MEET THE CANDIDATES (CLARENDON)

Friday, August 28, 2020

CLARENDON NORTH WESTERN 

RICHARD AZAN

PARTY: PNP

OCCUPATION: Entrepreneur

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Spaulding High, Holmwood Technical High

 

PHILLIP HENRIQUES

PARTY: JLP

OCCUPATION: Businessman

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Wolmer's Boys, Nova Southeastern University

 

MERRICK COHEN

PARTY: INDEPENDENT

 

 

CLARENDON NORTHERN

DWIGHT SIBBLIES

PARTY: JLP

OCCUPATION: Auditor

 

HORACE DALLEY

PARTY: PNP

OCCUPATION: Educator

 

 

CLARENDON NORTH CENTRAL

DESMOND BRENNAN

PARTY: PNP

OCCUPATION: Medical doctor

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Edwin Allen High School, Clarendon College, Ukraine State University, University of the West Indies

 

ROBERT NESTA MORGAN

PARTY: JLP

DOB: November 13, 1981

OCCUPATION: Communications expert

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Clarendon College, Garvey Maceo High, University of the West Indies

 

 

CLARENDON CENTRAL

ZULEIKA JESS

PARTY: PNP

OCCUPATION: Attorney

 

LESTER MICHAEL HENRY

PARTY: JLP

OCCUPATION: Author/ Publisher

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Beckford Smith and Ealing Technical College, UK

 

 

 

CLARENDON SOUTH WESTERN

LOTHAN COUSINS

PARTY: PNP

OCCUPATION: Attorney

 

KENT GAMMON

PARTY: JLP

OCCUPATION: Attorney

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: Calabar, Wolmer's Boys, University of New South Wales, University of the West Indies, University of Technology

 

 

CLARENDON SOUTH EASTERN

PEARNEL CHARLES JR

PARTY: JLP

OCCUPATION: Attorney

HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE: University of the West Indies, George Washington University Law School in Washington

 

PATRICIA DUNCAN-SUTHERLAND

PARTY: PNP

OCCUPATION: Businesswoman

EDUCATION: The University of the West Indies

 

 





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