Which political party is in the lead?
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Prime Minister Andrew Holness 'called it' on December 4 and Don Anderson, the most credible pollster in the business, went into the field the next day to find out which political party is in the lead. Read Thursday's Observer for the answer in the latest Observer/Don Anderson Polls.
THE Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) has refused to comment on the incumbent Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP) performance in education, noting that the issues and challenges in the system go beyond a ... more
THE Electoral Office of Jamaica is reporting that some 23.7 percent of Jamaicans or 380,169 individuals have already voted as at 11 this morning as the taking of the General Election polls continue ... more
MONTEGO BAY, St James — There were wild celebrations in sections of the resort city of Montego Bay last night as People's National Party (PNP) supporters took to the streets to celebrate the ... more
IN the summer of 1967 I met Gigi and fell head over heels in love with her. To me, she was the prettiest girl in the world. Like me, she was 17, and on her birthday she presented me with a neatly w ... more
THE police are advising members of the public that Belmont Road and Old Hope Road in St Andrew will be closed to vehicular traffic until midnight. This is to facilitate activities at the headquarter ... more
FALMOUTH, Trelawny — People's National Party (PNP) President Portia Simpson Miller has declared that she won Tuesday's leadership debate between herself and Prime Minister Andrew Holness. "Be ... more
COMMISSIONER of Police Owen Ellington has suspended vacation for all cops during the election season with immediate effect. In this week's force orders Ellington said all cops must be available for ... more
These are more scenes from Election Day. Keep checking for more. (Photos: Jermaine Barnaby, Garfield Robinson, Napthali Junior, and Joseph Wellington) more
A large contingent of People's National Party (PNP) supporters, led by a marching band, accompanied Patrick Roberts from the constituency office on Marl Road to the nomination centre at Rosalee Aven ... more