Tobago PNM Council leader runs unopposed in THA election

Tobago PNM Council leader runs unopposed in THA election

Political leader for the Tobago PNM Council Tracy Davidson-Celestine is running unopposed in the upcoming Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election.

She is the current Secretary of Health, Wellness and Family Development, and will contest the Lambeau/Signal Hill district.

Davidson-Celestine recently beat Former Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles for the political leadership of the Tobago arm of the PNM.

Charles, who is the current representative for the Black Rock/Whim/Spring Garden electoral district, has decided to not contest any district in the upcoming elections.

However, he will remain as Secretary for Education, Innovation and Energy.

On Wednesday a list of nominees was published and the various parties have until today, Friday, to decide which nominees will be chosen to be screened for the election which should take place sometime next year.

THA’s Chief Secretary Ancil Dennis has submitted his name for the Buccoo/Mt Pleasant district.

See below the names of the nominees and their districts:

BACOLET/MT ST GEORGE

Joel Jack

Charles Smith

BELLE GARDEN/GOODWOOD

Boxhill Bailey

Stephanie Washington John

Carl Mc Ewen

Kenneth Puncheon Thomas

Julette Pope

Sheridan Kirk

Ronnie Bacchus

Gizelle Davis

BETHEL/ MT IRVINE

Shomari Hector

Ellis Clarke

Navia Mc Millian Beckles

Ricardo Warner

BLACK ROCK/WHIM/SPRING GARDEN

Kelvin Morris

Learie Paul

Marlon Brizan

BUCCOO/MT PLEASANT

Ancil Dennis

Keigon Denoon

CANAAN/BON ACCORD

Clarence Jacob

Jaiye Melville

Huey Newton Cadette

Dominique Kerr

LAMBEAU/SIGNAL HILL

Tracy Davidson-Celestine

PARLATUVIER/L’ANSE FOURMI/SPEYSIDE

Rory Dillon

Soren Nicholas Bishop

PLYMOUTH/GOLDEN LANE

Marisha Osmond

Cecil Noel

Deon Isaac

Stephon Isaac

Melissa James Guy

PROVIDENCE/MASON HALL/MORIAH

Sheldon Cunningham

Kwesi Des Vignes

Dr Kern Johnson

ROXBOROUGH/DELAFORD

Venus Orr

Nadine Stewart Phillips

Maxlon Roberts

Neil Beckles

SCARBOROUGH/CALDER HALL

Marslyn Melville-Jack

Dr Denise Tsoiafatt-Angus

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