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Democrats Ready to Caucus June 8 Ahead of National Convention in August

Plans for the 2024 Virgin Islands Democratic Caucus on June 8 are in place and ready for execution, according to Democratic Party State Chairman Stedmann Hodge Jr.  

Taxicab Drivers Voice Concerns at Town Hall

Taxicab drivers had the opportunity to voice their concerns at a not so well attended town hall meeting Friday at the Fritz E. Lawaetz Legislative Conference Room on St. Croix.  This was the final meeting in a series of town hall meetings that have taken place on all three islands. The town hall was an opportunity for taxicab operators on St. Croix to share their concerns and recommendations for the industry operations.

Virgin Islands Democratic Party State Chair Informs Members of Election Cycle Calendar

The proposed Election Cycle Calendar kicks off with a Prayer Breakfast on June 15 and ends on Dec. 14, 2024, with an Innovations Awards Gala.

December 30th Campaign Disclosure Reports Due on January 23

The forms can be downloaded from the Elections System website.

Board of Elections Completes 2022 General Election Audit

A successful audit ensures that voting systems operated accurately.

Board of Elections to Audit 2022 General Election Results on Dec. 1

“After each election, the Board of Elections conducts an audit to ensure the accuracy of the voting machines to ensure voter confidence.”

DPW Reminds Candidates: Remove Roadside Signs By Dec. 6

Candidates have until Dec. 6 to remove their political campaign signs from both public and private property or face fees for their removal, the Department of Public Works announced Tuesday.

Where the Candidates Stand | Sen. Donna Frett-Gregory

In this series, the Source introduces the community to the platforms of senatorial and gubernatorial candidates and gauges their approaches to issues in the territory. The Source sent each candidate the same questions and is running the answers in the order in which the candidates responded. This story covers the views and planned initiatives of St. Thomas-St. John Sen. Donna Frett-Gregory.

WATCH NOW: The Fish Fry, Episode 2 – Alma Francis Heyliger

The Source has partnered with VI Crawl and Viya to bring you "The Fish Fry," a series that gives our General Election candidates the chance to discuss the issues most important to them and highlight their platforms. Produced by the talented VI Crawl team, we are airing two episodes a day through Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., followed by an all-day marathon on Nov. 7. Click inside to watch Episode 1 with Sen. Alma Francis Heyliger.

WATCH NOW: The Fish Fry, Episode 1 – Sen. Donna Frett-Gregory

The Source has partnered with VI Crawl and Viya to bring you "The Fish Fry," a series that gives our General Election candidates the chance to discuss the issues most important to them and highlight their platforms. Produced by the talented VI Crawl team, we are airing two episodes a day through Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., followed by an all-day marathon on Nov. 7. Click inside to watch Episode 1 with Sen. Donna Frett-Gregory.

St. Croix Foundation Releases Results of Candidate Questionnaire

The St. Croix Foundation’s USVI KIDS COUNT team has released the results of its candidate questionnaire that was sent to all gubernatorial and Senate contenders in the upcoming General Election.

Where the Candidates Stand | Sen. Kurt Vialet and Sen. Janelle Sarauw (Candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor)

In this series, the Source introduces the community to the platforms of senatorial and gubernatorial candidates and gauges their approaches to issues in the territory. The Source sent each candidate the same questions and is running the answers in the order in which the candidates responded. This story covers the views and planned initiatives of Sen. Kurt Vialet and Sen. Janelle Sarauw, who are running for Governor and Lieutenant Governor.

2022 General Election Early Voting Closes With 11,849 Voters

After 22 days of Early Voting, the 2022 General Election Early Voting has ended with a successful turnout, according to Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes.

Monday is Last Day of Early Voting for 2022 General Election

Monday is the last day of early voting for the 2022 General Election on Nov. 8, the Election System of the Virgin Islands announced.

Where the Candidates Stand | Governor Albert Bryan Jr. and Lieutenant Gov. Tregenza Roach

In this series, the Source introduces the community to the platforms of senatorial and gubernatorial candidates and gauges their approaches to issues in the territory. The Source sent each candidate the same questions and is running the answers in the order in which the candidates responded. This story covers the views and planned initiatives of Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.

Daniel H. Huston Appointed to Oversee Election Day Complaints

United States Attorney Delia L. Smith announced Wednesday that Assistant United States Attorney Daniel H. Huston has been appointed to serve as the District Election Officer for the District of the Virgin Islands.

Fawkes Encourages Voters Not to Wait Until Last Day to Cast Early Voting Ballot

The 2022 General Election Early Voting continues throughout the territory for the Nov. 8th General Election, which will conclude on Monday, Oct. 31,

Where the Candidates Stand | Senator Alma Francis Heyliger

In this series, the Source introduces the community to the platforms of senatorial and gubernatorial candidates and gauges their approaches to issues in the territory. The Source sent each candidate the same questions and is running the answers in the order in which the candidates responded.

5,753 Early Voters Cast Their Votes as of October 21

A steady flow of voters continues to exercise their right to vote as they use this opportunity during early voting for the 2022 General Election.

Voter Turnout Remains Constant

Supervisor of Elections Caroline F. Fawkes says “Every election is determined by the people who show up.”

UPCOMING EVENTS

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