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Vialet Tops Democratic Primary on St. Croix for Senate in Low-Turnout Election; Frett-Gregory Leads…

Ernice Gilbert | August 01, 2020

Senator Kurt Vialet led the St. Croix Democratic Senate candidates during the 2020 Primary Election on Saturday, coming in first place with 1,194 votes. He was closely followed by Novelle Francis with 1,097 votes. Allison DeGazon and Genevieve Whitaker came in close in third and fourth place with 892 and 877 votes respectively. On St. Thomas, Senator Donna Frett-Gregory led the group with 1,249 votes, a strong outcome that shows the lawmaker's staying power. She was followed by Athneil Thomas and Milton Potter with 995 and 970 votes respectively. The results for all offices are here or below this article. The Election System of the Virgin Islands still has to count 179 absentee ballots for St. Croix, and 409 for the St. Thomas-St. John District, so tonight's results are preliminary and may change once all votes are counted. Saturday's voter…

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Kia Griffith | July 27, 2020

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Ernice Gilbert | July 22, 2020

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Kia Griffith | July 09, 2020

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