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Independent Liberal Party (ILP)
political leader Jack Warner said
he encountered minor problems
when he went to cast his vote at
around 6 am at the Five Rivers
He said only four polling stations
were up and running at the school
while the fifth was not operating.
"I was running from pillar to post
to find out where was my polling
station and it seemed mine was the
fifth one because that was where
my name was but the fifth polling
station was not set up," he said.
Warner said a presiding officer
came to assist and the matter was
sorted out quickly.
He said he was confident of win-
ning his seat and also expected elec-
tion success for at least three or
four of his candidates.
There was a steady stream of
voters at the Five Rivers Hindu
School which is in the Lopinot/Bon
Air West constituency.
One polling officer said he
observed mostly middle-aged and
elderly people casting their ballots
and some of them started lining up
even before the polls opened.
"For the morning period there
were very few young people coming
out to vote.
"Those who did were people,
basically older folks and middle-
aged persons, some of whom looked
like they were also on their way to
"At some polling stations the
lines were long but everything was
flowing smoothly," he added.
The Lopinot/Bon Air West seat
includes parts of the former Arouca
North seat and four polling divisions
from what had previously been the
eastern edge of the Tunapuna con-
Some 26,382 people were regis-
tered to vote there in 29 polling
divisions. The polling stations
included Five Rivers Junior Sec-
ondary, Arouca Girls RC Primary
School and Arima Senior Compre-
Candidates for the area are Cher-
Minor problems for Jack to vote
ILP leader Jack Warner after casting his vote at the Five Rivers Hindu
School yesterday. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
rie-Ann Crichlow-Cockburn for the
PNM, Lincoln Douglas for the COP and
Nigel Reyes for the ILP.
Over 17,500 people voted in the last
general election in 2010. Douglas got
just over 9,200 votes, while his closest
rival, the PNM s Neil Parsanal, got over
Claims and counter-
claims of election irreg-
ularities during yester-
day s poll flew between
the People s National
Movement and People s
accusations by PNM
leader Dr Keith Rowley
that the PP s Dr Bhoe
Tewarie broke election
law and "campaigned"
Rowley spoke to
reporters about this and
other issues around 9.15
am after voting at the
International School in
He said he was confi-
dent of a PNM victory
and that the party could
win 21-plus seats.
Dressed in a casual
plaid shirt, he entered the
compound in one of four
black SUVs, another of
which transported his
wife, Sharon, and daugh-
ter to the station.
Voting at the Diego
Martin stations was
heavy in the morning
with a steady flow of
vehicles arriving and
Around parts of Port-
of-Spain, some people
wore their red PNM
shirts and jerseys with
candidates names on it.
Regarding the claim
against Tewarie, Rowley
said he had evidence of
which was against elec-
tion law. He said he was
sending it to the author-
ities, including the police.
He was also very
emphatic that full action
should be taken in regard
to the fire set on the stage
by a man at last week-
end s PNM rally in
Parties accuse each other
of voting day misconduct
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