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10 Bees after three picks

ERIC SMITH, [email protected]

10 Bees after three picks

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THE ST JOHN CONSTITUENCY is attracting more than its fair share of prospective candidates for the Barbados Labour Party (BLP).

Four people are showing an interest in the contest to represent the party in a constituency that has been a stronghold of the governing Democratic Labour Party (DLP). 

The nomination meeting will be held on Sunday at St John Primary School starting at 4:30 p.m.

Hudson Griffith, who unsuccessfully contested the last two polls in St John, will again be seeking favour, but will face a challenge from businessman Keith Rayside, and two other newcomers and relatively unknowns at the national level in Charles Griffith and Fabian Jones. Both are public officers. (ES)

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