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Tag: McKeeva Bush

Kurt’s brother contesting seat on Mac’s team

Kurt’s brother contesting seat on Mac’s team

| 27/03/2017 | 5 Comments
(CNS): Sibling rivalry will be pushed to a new level during this election campaign after Denniston Tibbetts was confirmed as the Cayman Democratic Party’s candidate for Red Bay at the weekend. The brother of Kurt Tibbetts, the former leader of government business, will be standing on the platform [...]

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West Bayers inject competition into district fight

West Bayers inject competition into district fight

| 23/03/2017 | 29 Comments
(CNS): Two more independent candidates have revealed their intentions to compete in the May 2017 general election for what could be hotly contest races in at least three of the West Bay seats. Mervin Smith has announced his bid for West Bay North and Katherine Wilks has declared for West Bay Centra [...]

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CDP party chair to run for GT North seat

CDP party chair to run for GT North seat

| 23/03/2017 | 10 Comments
(CNS Election): Theresa “Tessa” Bodden has been confirmed as the Cayman Democratic Party (CDP) candidate for George Town North. With less than a week to go until Nomination Day, she was among a flurry of candidates that emerged Thursday to confirm their intentions to run. This is Bodden& [...]

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CDP pushes back public general meeting

CDP pushes back public general meeting

| 22/03/2017 | 4 Comments
(CNS): The Cayman Democratic Party has postponed its first national public meeting of the election campaign, which was originally intended to be the moment when party leader McKeeva Bush unveiled his slate of candidates, until after Nomination Day. Following on the heels of the ruling PPM’s cancel [...]

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Saunders drops party allegiance to contest BTW

Saunders drops party allegiance to contest BTW

| 13/03/2017 | 36 Comments
(CNS): Chris Saunders, who failed to win a seat when he ran on the UDP ticket in 2013, is planning to launch his bid for Bodden Town West by sending a letter to every one of the 1,453 voters in the constituency, offering himself as an independent. With Saunders running in a loose alliance with [&hel [...]

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