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Premier says no serious challengers to PPM

Premier says no serious challengers to PPM

| 23/05/2017 | 5 Comments
(CNS Election): The premier asked voters to consider, when they go to the polls Wednesday, if anyone else on the ballot paper had the track record of the Progressives team, claiming there had been no real serious challenge to his party during the campaign. In an address to the country on the eve of [...]

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Rivers hopes track record will take her back to LA

Rivers hopes track record will take her back to LA

| 23/05/2017 | 7 Comments
(CNS Election): The education minister is hoping that her track record will carry her back to the Legislative Assembly tomorrow. Speaking at a meeting Monday evening, Tara Rivers said she had addressed many long-standing issues in education and employment, pointing to amendments to the pension syste [...]

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Bush says choice is clear for voters

Bush says choice is clear for voters

| 23/05/2017 | 17 Comments
(CNS Election): The leader of the opposition and the CDP has accused the government of broken promises, as he urged voters to elect a new government in a 20 minute national address on the eve of the elections. McKeeva Bush said the PPM were not able to address crime and indicated that a government l [...]

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Mac pushes hard for Bryan in GTC

Mac pushes hard for Bryan in GTC

| 22/05/2017 | 60 Comments
(CNS Election): The opposition and Cayman Democratic Party leader published a political video on Monday urging people to vote for independent candidate Kenneth Bryan. McKeeva Bush had already declared his support for Bryan, one of Dr Steve Tomlinson’s stable of candidates who is in a head-to-h [...]

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Leaders are no-shows at TV debate

Leaders are no-shows at TV debate

| 19/05/2017 | 25 Comments
(CNS Election): What was expected to be a national TV debate between Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush and Premier Alden McLaughlin failed to materialise Thursday after Bush pulled out, and as a result the premier following suit. Although the Cayman Democratic Party advertised the appearance of their l [...]

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McLaughlin confident of victory

McLaughlin confident of victory

| 11/05/2017 | 15 Comments
(CNS): With less than two weeks to go before Cayman goes to the polls, the premier said that over the last few weeks he had become increasingly confident of victory for his party. As he presented the PPM manifesto to the press Thursday, still buoyed by what the Progressives saw as a very successful [...]

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Candidate recruits business sector to help East End

Candidate recruits business sector to help East End

| 09/05/2017 | 22 Comments
(CNS Election): Isaac Douglas Rankine, who is running as an independent candidate in East End, has enlisted the help of the business community to address some of the needs of his would-be constituents ahead of polling day. He said that companies have agreed to make a sizable contribution towards [...]

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Capt. Bryan gets on board with CDP

Capt. Bryan gets on board with CDP

| 05/05/2017 | 24 Comments
(CNS Election): A PPM candidate in the 2013 election for West Bay, Captain Bryan Ebanks, has switched his allegiance to the party he was deriding four years ago. Appearing on the Cayman Democratic Party platform at a West Bay meeting last week, he said the Progressives were a disappointment to the p [...]

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Premier sticks by arrest allegations against Bryan

Premier sticks by arrest allegations against Bryan

| 05/05/2017 | 89 Comments
(CNS Election): Kenneth Bryan has refuted allegations made by the premier on the campaign trail that he was arrested twice while he worked as his political assistant earlier in this administration, but the PPM leader is sticking by his accusations. Alden McLaughlin told CNS he had heard that Bryan h [...]

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Election signs damage brings wide condemnation

Election signs damage brings wide condemnation

| 05/05/2017 | 15 Comments
(CNS Election) UPDATED: As the election campaign heats up and the candidates sling mud at opponents as well as trying to press home a mixed and confusing bag of policies, it’s hard to find much agreement on anything, even in some case among the rank and file of party supporters. But one thing that [...]

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