The Elections Office confirms that it has received a complaint 14 April 2021 from a candidate concerning the handling of ballot boxes during the General Election.
Outgoing Premier Alden McLaughlin who is defending his Red Bay seat and his government’s track record, traded policy ideas with his constituency challenger Sammy Jackson when they met in the Chamber of Commerce’s Candidates Forum on Monday evening.
Veteran West Bay Central politician Capt. Eugene Ebanks, a Parliamentary Secretary in the current government, is facing a second challenge from independent candidate Kathy Ebanks-Wilks in what has been a longstanding safe seat for him.
Incumbent Joseph ‘Joey’ Hey managed to hold on to his seat in George Town North after a highly contested campaign against contender Johann Moxam.
Newly elected candidate from the Newlands electoral district, Mr. Wayne Panton met with His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Martyn Roper at the Governor’s Office today, Thursday, 15 April 2021.
They were jumping for joy at the Savannah and Newlands office for Heather Bodden and Wayne Panton during the victory celebrations after a long and hard campaign under the slogan, “community creates country.”
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce congratulates the newly elected members of Parliament. The Council and Staff look forward to working with them in the years ahead to address the many challenges and issues that are facing the Islands.
The Cayman Islands have a long and proud history of democratic elections. The first meeting to discuss our islands’ legislative future took place at Pedro’s Castle in the 1830s. Today we have a modern, vibrant democracy with a well deserved reputation for organising free and fair elections.