Rivers pushes back up

| 23/05/2013

(CNS): The C4C's Tara Rivers pushed back up into second place ahead of Bernie Bush as more results came in from West Bay before midnight. McKeeva Bush maintained his lead with 626 votes as Rivers continued her historic challenge only 22 votes behind the seven term incumbent and former premier. While Bernie moved down to third place and Captain Eugene Ebanks held on to fourth, Mervin Smith passed Velma Hewitt again to hold 5th place. The PNA's fortunes continued to decline as Cline Glidden slipped into 11th place, although Rolston Anglin clung on to 8th. The PPM were also looking to be out of the West Bay race with Woody Da Costa still in seventh place as around a quarter of the votes were counted.

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