YOUR CHOICE: ELECTION 2011

Published: Friday | December 30, 2011 Comments 0
Dr Horace Chang (left), JLP candidate for North West St James, assists his supporters who transported an elderly woman to vote at the Flanker Primary and Junior High in Montego Bay, St James. - Photo by Nagra Plunkett
Dr Horace Chang (left), JLP candidate for North West St James, assists his supporters who transported an elderly woman to vote at the Flanker Primary and Junior High in Montego Bay, St James. - Photo by Nagra Plunkett
People's National Party president Portia Simpson Miller assists an elderly voter to a polling station in her South West St Andrew constituency. - Ian Allen/Photographer
People's National Party president Portia Simpson Miller assists an elderly voter to a polling station in her South West St Andrew constituency. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Ninety-one-year-old Myrtle Waite-Thompson waves after voting and receives applause and adulations for her efforts at the Oliveit Gospel Hall on Waltham Park Road in the South West St Andrew constituency. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Ninety-one-year-old Myrtle Waite-Thompson waves after voting and receives applause and adulations for her efforts at the Oliveit Gospel Hall on Waltham Park Road in the South West St Andrew constituency. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Elections seem to have a way of bringing out the ladies. It was no different in Central Kingston as these two enjoy the spectacle. - Collin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Elections seem to have a way of bringing out the ladies. It was no different in Central Kingston as these two enjoy the spectacle. - Collin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Edward Seaga hugs a Jamaica Labour Party supporter at Tivoli Gardens High School in the constituency of West Kingston yesterday. - Collin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Edward Seaga hugs a Jamaica Labour Party supporter at Tivoli Gardens High School in the constituency of West Kingston yesterday. - Collin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
An elderly woman who's wheelchair mobile is assisted to the polling station in Seaforth in Western St Thomas. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
An elderly woman who's wheelchair mobile is assisted to the polling station in Seaforth in Western St Thomas. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Voters in Llandewey, St Thomas, do not seem to care about the colour their neigbours wear as both People's National Party and jamaica Labour Party supporters enjoy election day yesterday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Voters in Llandewey, St Thomas, do not seem to care about the colour their neigbours wear as both People's National Party and jamaica Labour Party supporters enjoy election day yesterday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is a young man, and I want to give him the chance to shape this country. I am weak, as I am stricken in years, but it will be a fitting birthday present for me should the JLP win this election.

Cynthia Gilmore, Portland

Up here nice man; Labourite and PNP live good because we can't take politics put before life.

Leroy Malcolm, East Central St James

I don't get in the habit of criticising pollsters. Polling is a science, a science that accepts a margin of error. So I will reserve my comments on Don Anderson's polls.

Andrew Holness, West Central St Andrew

When the polls close I expect to be the member of parliament for Eastern St Andrew.

André Hylton, St Andrew Eastern

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