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Sutherland leading in St George South

JOHN SEALY, johnsealy@nationnews.com

Added 25 May 2018


Dwight Sutherland and wife Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland. (FILE)

Results for St George South so far show Barbados Labour Party candidate Dwight Sutherland has a healthy lead in the 2018 General Elections.

Sutherland has a lead of 1 274 after the count of five boxes.

Returning officer Trevor King announced the following results:


Box GA1

Andrew Banfield (Solutions Barbados) - 8;

Doris Ramratty Barrow (BIM) -  5;

Craig Harewood (UPP) - 2;

Esther Byer Suckoo (DLP) 60;

Dwight Sutherland (BLP) 281.

Box GA2 A to Z

Banfield 1; Barrow 1; Byer Suckoo 15; Harewood 2 and Sutherland 113.

GA4  A to H

Banfield 11; Barrow 2; Harewood 1; Byer Suckoo 56; Sutherland 340

GA4 I to Z

Banfield 16; Barrow 0; Byer Suckoo 54; Harewood 3; Sutherland 284. 


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