first_imgLucy Lindo wanted to make one thing clear after she and her husband of nearly 50 years, Joseph, exited a polling station together in Gordon Town, St Andrew East Rural. They acknowledged voting for the same political party, but Lucy insists that it was her choice to vote like her husband. “Him can’t tell me who fi vote fah. A me waan vote dah way deh,” she insisted, with her smiling husband standing nearby. Explaining his decision to vote, Lindo said he wanted to support a political party that would make things right for all Jamaicans. The Jamaica Labour Party’s Juliet Holness is challenging the People’s National Party’s Imani Duncan-Price to become the parliamentary representative for the constituencylast_img

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