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Ballot Positions Determined for Primary

August 11, 2006 – Positions on the primary elections ballot were drawn Thursday. Candidates gathered at noon at elections offices on St. Thomas to draw their lots. Here is how the candidates will appear on the ballot.
Governor/Lieutenant Governor
1. Vargrave Richards and Roy Jackson
2. John de Jongh and Gregory Francis
3. Judge Edgar Ross and Lorraine Berry
Senator at Large
4. Williams Belardo
5. Elsie Thomas-Trotman
6. Craig W. Barshinger
Senator District of St. Thomas/St. John District
7. Shirley M. Sadler
8. Louis Patrick Hill
9. Shawn-Michael Malone
10. Alvin L. Williams
11. Athneil "Bobby" Thomas
12. Horace T. Brooks
13. Rev. Toi Barbel
14. Niles W. "Nicky" Russell
15. Patrick Simeon Sprauve
16. Basil Ottley
Board of Elections
1. Arturo Watlington
2. Claudette A. Georges
3. Andre Dorsey
Democratic State Chair
1. Marylyn A. Stapleton
2. Mark D. Hodge
3. Cecil R. Benjamin
4. Luis "Tito" Morales
5. Barbara Petersen
Republican State Chair
1. Lawrence T. Boschulte
2. Herbert Schoenbohm
Republican Territorial Committee at Large
1. Herbert Schoenbohm
2. George Blackhall
3. Fred Vialet Jr.

Editor's note: The Source published some lot numbers incorrectly originally. What currently appears are the corrected numbers.

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