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2014 United States Virgin Islands general election

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the United States Virgin Islands

The United States Virgin Islands general election was held on 4 November 2014. Voters chose the non-voting delegate to the United States House of Representatives, all fifteen seats in the Legislature of the Virgin Islands, and the Governor of the United States Virgin Islands.

Governor

Governor John deJongh was term-limited and could not seek a third term in office in 2014. Kenneth Mapp went on to win the election after a run off, defeating Donna Christian-Christensen in a landslide with almost 64% of the vote.[1]

U.S. House of Representatives

Donna Christian-Christensen did not seek re-election to her delegate seat to run for Governor of the United States Virgin Islands.[2] Stacey Plaskett went on to win the general election with 90% of the vote.[3]

Legislature of the Virgin Islands

All fifteen seats in the Legislature of the Virgin Islands were contested.

Election results

Election results, Legislature of the Virgin Islands, November 4, 2014, Senator at Large[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Almando "Rocky" Liburd 12,048 58.53
Democratic Ronnie E. Jones 8,267 40.16
Independent Write In 268 1.30
Total votes 20,583 100
Democratic hold
Election results, Legislature of the Virgin Islands, November 4, 2014, St. Thomas-St. John District. [5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Marvin A. Blyden 6,394 10.02
Democratic Myron D. Jackson 6,428 9.79
Democratic Clifford Graham 6,196 9.71
Independent Tregenza A Roach 5,743 9.00
Democratic Jean Forde 5,702 8.93
Democratic Janette Millin Young 5,369 8.41
Democratic Justin Harrigan, Sr. 5,228 8.19
Democratic Donald "Ducks" Cole 5,139 8.05
Independent Lawrence "Recon" Olive 4,112 6.44
Independent Dwayne M. DeGraff 3,783 5.93
Independent Citizens Movement Stephen "Smokey" Frett 2,652 4.15
Independent Wilma Marsh Monsanto 1,829 2.87
Independent C. Milliner-Emanuel 1,551 2.43
Republican Larence Lary Boschulte 1,306 2.05
Independent Real Deal Bruce Flamon 1,162 1.82
Republican Jodi Hodge 662 1.04
Independent Write-in 461 .72
Independent Citizens Movement Charlesworth Halstead 302 .72
Election results, Legislature of the Virgin Islands, November 4, 2014, St. Croix District [6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Kurt Vialet 8,288 12.19
Democratic Novelle E. Francis 7,318 10.76
Democratic Samuel Sanes 5,805 8.54
Democratic Kenneth Kenny Gittens 5,451 8.02
Democratic Neville James 5,114 7.52
Independent Citizens Movement T. Positive Nelson 4,891 7.19
Independent Nereida Rivera O' Reilly 4,757 7.00
Democratic Malcom McGregor 3,883 5,71
Independent Citizens Movement Naomi "Sandra" Joseph 3,386 4.98
Independent Write-In 3,282 4.83
Independent Jamila Russel 3,248 4.78
Independent Citizens Movement Arthur A. Joseph 3,241 4.77
Democratic Diane Capehart 3,130 4.60
Independent Citizens Movement Ignacio Llanos III 1,716 2.52
Independent Miguel Quinones, Jr. 1,624 2.39
Republican Robert B. Moorhead 1,070 1.57
Independent Linus Louis Lacane 771 1.13
Independent Arthur Brown, Jr. 490 .72
Independent Dwight Nicholson 328 .48
Independent Kevin Romain 192 .28

References

  1. ^ http://viconsortium.com/politics/kenneth-mapp-8th-elected-governor-united-states-virgin-islands/
  2. ^ http://atr.rollcall.com/house-delegate-donna-christensento-run-for-governor/
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-11-08. Retrieved 2015-01-18.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://www.vivote.gov/Election%202014/GEreports/Territory%20wide.HTM
  5. ^ http://www.vivote.gov/Election%202014/GEreports/Territory%20wide.HTM
  6. ^ http://www.vivote.gov/Election%202014/GEreports/Territory%20wide.HTM


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