DNA candidate denies spreading'nastiness'

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Democratic National Alliance candidate for St John’s Rural West in the March elections Anthony Stuart says he did not spread any “nastiness” during his campaign.
Stuart is responding to comments by his then-opponent, the United Progressive Party’s Rural West candidate Richard Lewis. Lewis was speaking on OBSERVER radio on Thursday.
 

That was UPP’s Richard Lewis, now the Senate Minority Leader and Vice Chairman of the party. Stuart has dismissed the claim from Lewis.

In St John’s Rural West, the Antigua Barbuda Labour Party’s Londell Benjamin won with 1,712 votes to Richard Lewis’ 1,528 votes. Stuart on a DNA ticket came out with 113 votes.

Democratic National Alliance candidate for St John’s Rural West in the March elections Anthony Stuart.

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