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Who would you chose as the next leader of the PNP?


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Categories: Politics

Who would you chose as the next leader of the PNP?

As Prime Minister, P.J. Patterson prepares to step down as leader of the People's National Party (PNP). The race is on for his successor! The four contenders are Dr. Peter Phillips, Dr. Omar Davies, Dr. Karl Blythe and the lone female Portia Simpson-Miller.

The recent Don Anderson Polls published in the Gleaner November 20, 2005 showed Portia Simpson-Miller way ahead of her comrades with 57.8%. Dr. Peter Phillips was next in line with 19.8%, Omar Davies had 7.2% and Karl Blythe brought up the rear with 6.2%.

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