USVIGOP extends condolences to family of WAPA lineman


Christiansted (September 13, 2017)—The Republican Party of the United States Virgin Islands issued the following statement by and through its Chairman John M. Canegata.

“My deepest condolences to the family and co-workers of the fallen, this has truly saddened us here at the USVIGOP. While we understand nothing we say or do, . . . → Read More: USVIGOP extends condolences to family of WAPA lineman

National GOP calls for equal U.S. citizenship for territories

AUGUST 25, 2017 — In major news, national GOP leaders repudiated the unequal citizenship of Americans living in the country’s territories during a meeting of the Republican National Committee on Friday in Nashville.

The Republican National Committee did so with the passage of a resolution entitled “Affirming the Equal Citizenship for All Americans.” The resolution’s . . . → Read More: National GOP calls for equal U.S. citizenship for territories

Why I’m a Republican

The following excerpt “Why I’m a Republican” was written by Republican National Committeeman Jevon O.A. Williams.


I have been a conservative my entire adult life, influenced greatly by the philosophy and the historical origins of the Republican Party, its lead role in the abolishment of slavery, the message of fiscal responsibility, limited government . . . → Read More: Why I’m a Republican

Debate Watch Party announced

Virgin Islanders interested in watching the first presidential debate between Republican nominee Donald J. Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton are invited to join the territorial Republican Party at its Debate Watch Party.

The Debate Watch Party, set for 8:30 p.m. Monday, will be held at Pie Whole Pizza in Frenchtown on the island . . . → Read More: Debate Watch Party announced

Does Plaskett live off slush funds?

Virgin Islanders deserve to know how incumbent Del. Stacey Plaskett lives when her financial disclosure form is blank.

Plaskett, a freshman Democrat from Frederiksted, is running for re-election against Republican nominee Gordon Ackley. She reports no assets over $1,000 in value, according to her financial disclosure form on file with the clerk of the . . . → Read More: Does Plaskett live off slush funds?