By 5 p.m. on May 17 there were six hopefuls for the governor’s race, three for the at-large seat in the Legislature, and one unopposed bid for delegate to Congress.
These are the candidates who have filed for election for 2022 in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A voting machine demonstration as well as a voter registration drive will be conducted. The public is encouraged to come out and participate in these very important meetings.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. and Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach formally announced Tuesday night that they will once again place their bid for a second term.
The Elections System of the V.I. has compiled a calendar of significant dates for the 2022 Primary and General elections, which the Source has reprinted here.
Senators Kurt Vialet and Janelle K. Sarauw officially made their gubernatorial announcement on Thursday at the Blue Bambou, formerly known as the new drive-in. About 60 people including friends, family and supporters of the candidates gathered to show support, with those numbers swelling to 200 as the night wore on.