JLP’s Bartlett concerned over absent voters

Written by Denise Reid

Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) candidate for East Central St. James Edmund Bartlett said he was pleased with the work his party put in to mobilise voters for today’s general election but expressed concern about the absence of several names from the voters’ list.

While still exuding confidence of victory, Bartlett said some names that were on the original voters’ list weren’t on the list the presiding officer had today and that this could affect the results.

Also contesting this constituency are the People’s National Party’s (PNP) Donald Colomathi and independent candidate Royston Richards.

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