Catchy jingles spread the message for JLP
On a recent visit to Montego Bay, St. James, an aunt told me tales of how my nine-year-old cousin gets into a mad frenzy when he hears "Labour Party marching on" playing over the radio more
'Babsy' says unity the way forward
The Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP) winning candidate for Central St. Catherine, incumbent Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, says unity and prosperity will be the way forward for her constituency and Jamaica at large. more
11 injured in victory motorcade
Eleven supporters of Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP) candidate Michael Stern in North West Clarendon were injured when the vehicle they were travelling in crashed. more
Rastas have faith in Jamaica Labour Party
At least one Rastafarian groupis viewing the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), which came out victorious in Monday's general elections, as the force that will effect changes needed to push Jamaica into the new millennium. more
We have elected a new government
My fellow Jamaicans (to use a favourite Portia phrase), we have elected a new Government made up of a new executive, a new Opposition, and a new legislature. We have decided to separate by the thinnest of margins the majority party more
Clear victory for JNLPP
WHEN THE original general election date of August 27 was announced by soon-to-be former Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, I declared my position as spokesman (by default) of the Just Not Loving Politics Party (JNLPP) more
The People's National Party (PNP) last night conceded defeat in Monday's general election, but maintained it would reserve its right to challengethe results of some seats once the final counts are made public. more
Business leaders and Church congratulate Jamaica Labour Party
The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) yesterday congratulated the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) on being voted in by the Jamaican electorate to head the next government. more
'I've made my mark, now how do I remove the ink?'
Jamaicans all across the island came out on Monday to cast their ballots for the political candidate and, in some instances, party leader they believed deserved the chance to take the country into its next phase. more
Dad wanted me to be Prime Minister of Jamaica
ONE OF the burning questions during the recent election campaign was what type of relationship former Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Edward Seaga and his successor, Bruce Golding, shared. more
Mayors move into House
The momentum established by the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) in the 2003 local government elections came forcefully to light Monday night. Three of the party's mayors will sit in Gordon House as new Members of Parliament. more
Observers see eye to eye - No widespread incidents - CAFFE
Local and international observers yesterday described Monday's general elections as transparent and said the polls were a success. more
What's an election petition?
If the People's National Party chooses to challenge the results of Monday's general election, it will have to go the route of filing election petitions. An election petition is an appeal complaining of an undue return more
Post-election violence continues
The post-election period for Jamaica continued to be filled with acts of criminality and indiscipline, as gunmen roamed sections of the Corporate Area, brandishing and utilising their weapons.
What's a magisterial recount?
If the results of the general election in any constituency are challenged, after the final count is announced, a magisterial recount can be requested. more
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