Three Candidates At C10 Nomination Day

May 9, 2024 | 3 Comments

Nomination day for the by-election for Constituency 10 Smith’s North was held yesterday [May 8] and the confirmed candidates are the OBA’s Robert King, the PLP’s Lindsay Simmons and Independent Sir John Swan.

A spokesperson said, “The public will be aware that the Parliamentary Registry Office [PRO] announced that a Bye-Election for Constituency 10, Smith’s North will take place on May 22, 2024.

“This morning [May 8], Nomination Day for the Constituency 10 Bye-Election took place at the Christ Anglican Church Hall in Devonshire.

“At the close of nominations, the confirmed candidates are as follows:

  • “Mr. Robert King – One Bermuda Alliance
  • “Ms. Lindsay Simmons – Progressive Labour Party
  • “Sir John Swan – Independent

“Voters in the Constituency 10, Smith’s North Bye-Election should be aware of the following important events:

  • “Advanced polling for travellers and incapacitated voters will take place on May 15, 2024.
  • “Any voter unable to visit the polls and wishing to be visited at their place of residence should call the Parliamentary Registrar to schedule an appointment no later than May 10, 2024.
  • “Polling Day will take place on May 22, 2024.

“All election-related information can be found at or by calling 293-VOTE.

“The Parliamentary Registry Office takes this opportunity to encourage all eligible voters to participate in the upcoming Bye-Election.”

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  1. Pa says:

    May I ask, what are the educational qualifications required of candidates running for election to serve the Bermuda Government?

    Are we the people again just casting our trusted votes based on promises for a change for a new Bermuda. kind of “old rope” don’t you think !

    We have heard the word change being used many time in the past and look where that has landed us, hardship disappointment and failure.

    The British Government thinks there is no benefit in amending our voting system are they still living in the dark ages of pomp and circumstance?
    Ok ! for them, they were not born,or live ,and to die here .

    It looks like we the people can only expect more of the same for virtually every thing.
    We have been getting a 3 , we want an 8 and more simple we can no longer survive on , you all know the rest .

    • Joe Bloggs says:

      “May I ask, what are the educational qualifications required of candidates running for election to serve the Bermuda Government?”

      There are no educational qualifications. There is not even a requirement that one be literate.

    • Billy says:

      Surrogates just need to be black and the OBA places you as a candidate. After they use you and you fail they wash + repeat by looking for more surrogates.

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