Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 10:59pm

Today, the people of St. Vincent & the Grenadines embraced the politics of love. They embraced our progressive agenda for the future by returning us to government. We are calling for a recount in North Leeward and South Leeward.

"I am humbled and honoured that the people of St. Vincent & the Grenadines embraced our bold vision for the future and rejected the politics of hate," noted Prime Minister Ralph Gonslaves. "We are looking into various issues in North Leeward and South Leeward and we are also calling for an immediate recount to ensure that ALL the votes are counted in those constituencies. There are more rejected ballots than the margin and those ballots should examined closely to determine the intent of the voters.

"We ask Vincentians to celebrate this victory in peace and maturity. Now is the time to come together as one nation to address our developmental challenges and move forward to uplift our nation and it's people."

Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 9:13pm

It is a great pleasure to speak to the nation on the eve of a general election. I ask you for your support and vote tomorrow. X next to the STAR.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 9:03am

It is illegal to intimidate voters that went through the proper voter registration process and are duly on the final election list of registered voters. The NDP, by threatening jail time for people that are lawfully registered, are attempting in vain to undermine our democratic institutions and the people’s right to choose their own government.

Let us be clear: if you are on the voters’ list and you have a photo identification, you are legally entitled to cast a ballot in tomorrow’s general election. Voting is sacred to democracies. All around the world, people have suffered and died to earn the right to vote.  Don’t let Eustace and an NDP desperate to gain power by whatever means necessary intimidate you from exercising your legal rights. 

We are hereby requesting the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Police to investigate the New Democratic Party’s threats to voters under Section 46 of the Representation of the People’s Act and all other relevant law. According to that section, any individual or organization that engages in “restraint” or “threatens to inflict damage, harm or loss against any person in order to induce or compel such person to vote or refrain from voting” faces jail.

We will also be writing to the various election observation missions currently in St. Vincent & the Grenadines and notify them that the New Democratic Party is attempting to intimidate lawfully registered voters just because they do not support their party.

Strong Leaders.

Meet Team ULP 2015:

Ralph Gonsalves, North Central Windward
Sir Louis Straker, Central Leeward
Saboto Caesar, South Central Windward
Camillo Gonsalves, East St. George
Jomo Sanga Thomas, South Leeward
St. Clair "Jimmy" Prince, Marriaqua
Carlos James, North Leeward
Cecil "Ces" McKie, West St. George
Berisford Phillips, Central Kingstown
Debbie Charles, West Kingstown
Frederick Stephenson, South Windward
Luke Browne, East Kingstown
Montgomery Daniel, North Windward
Edwin Snagg, Southern Grenadines
Herman Belmar, Northern Grenadines