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CAHS Students Forecast 2010 V. I. Elections

Students at the Charlotte Amalie High School recently received lessons on the electoral system which enlightened them about their civic responsibilities at an Election Forum sponsored by the Social Studies Department on Oct. 26. In preparation for this event, students were taught a unit on the electoral process and had the opportunity to listen to and interact with almost all the political aspirants including those vying for governor of the Virgin Islands, delegate to Congress, senator- at-large and St. Thomas-St. John District senators for the 29th Legislature. The students demonstrated much enthusiasm about their lessons in the political process and eagerly exercised their right to vote in a mock election held on Oct. 27.
CAHS Mock Election Tabulated Results
Governor
John P. deJongh Jr./Gregory Francis………..665
Kenneth Mapp/Malik Sekou………………527
Delegate to Congress
Donna Christensen………………………….836
Vincente Danet……………………………….97
Jeffrey Moorhead…………………………….. 88
Gulliaume Mimoun……………………………. 52
Senator-at-Large
Craig Barshinger………………………………754
Alecia Wells………………………………… 189
Lorelei Monsanto……………………………..183
Senators for St. Thomas-St. John
Carlton “Ital” Dowe…………………………….878
Alvin Williams…………………………………..797
Shawn-Michael Malone………………………. 796
Louis Patrick Hill………………………………. 695
Celestino White Sr……………………………. 627
Patrick Simeon Sprauve…………………… 529
Clarence Payne……………………………… 505
Janette Millin Young………………………… 371
Wayne “Facts Man” Adams………………… 357
Lisa Williams……………………………………355
Horace Brooks…………………………………321
Tregenza Roach……………………………… 250
Stephen “Smokey” Frett………………………….250
Shirley Sadler………………………………… ….228
Dwane A. Callwood……………………………….219
Paul Alexander……………………………………181
Lt. Joseph “Wojo” Gumbs………………………..178
Bishop Darryl Williams……………………………..99
Dolores Todman……………………………………95
Elvin Fahie…………………………………………82
Rapheal “Raphy” Corneiro…………………………53
Write-ins for Governor
Adlah Donastog…………………………………………1
Derno Lettsome…………………………………………1

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Students at the Charlotte Amalie High School recently received lessons on the electoral system which enlightened them about their civic responsibilities at an Election Forum sponsored by the Social Studies Department on Oct. 26. In preparation for this event, students were taught a unit on the electoral process and had the opportunity to listen to and interact with almost all the political aspirants including those vying for governor of the Virgin Islands, delegate to Congress, senator- at-large and St. Thomas-St. John District senators for the 29th Legislature. The students demonstrated much enthusiasm about their lessons in the political process and eagerly exercised their right to vote in a mock election held on Oct. 27.
CAHS Mock Election Tabulated Results
Governor
John P. deJongh Jr./Gregory Francis…........665
Kenneth Mapp/Malik Sekou………………527
Delegate to Congress
Donna Christensen………………………….836
Vincente Danet……………………………….97
Jeffrey Moorhead…………………………….. 88
Gulliaume Mimoun……………………………. 52
Senator-at-Large
Craig Barshinger……………………………...754
Alecia Wells………………………………… 189
Lorelei Monsanto……………………………..183
Senators for St. Thomas-St. John
Carlton “Ital” Dowe…………………………….878
Alvin Williams…………………………………..797
Shawn-Michael Malone………………………. 796
Louis Patrick Hill………………………………. 695
Celestino White Sr……………………………. 627
Patrick Simeon Sprauve…………………… 529
Clarence Payne……………………………… 505
Janette Millin Young………………………… 371
Wayne “Facts Man” Adams………………… 357
Lisa Williams……………………………………355
Horace Brooks…………………………………321
Tregenza Roach……………………………… 250
Stephen “Smokey” Frett………………………....250
Shirley Sadler………………………………… ....228
Dwane A. Callwood………………………….......219
Paul Alexander…………………………………...181
Lt. Joseph “Wojo” Gumbs………………………..178
Bishop Darryl Williams……………………………..99
Dolores Todman…………………………………...95
Elvin Fahie…………………………………………82
Rapheal “Raphy” Corneiro…………………………53
Write-ins for Governor
Adlah Donastog…………………………………………1
Derno Lettsome…………………………………………1