Pinewood Constituencies and Candidates

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May 02, 2012





Constituency            Candidates        Registered Voters                    Island

Pinewood                          4                          4933                             New Providence



 Byron Woodside FNM Free National Movement

Byran Woodside was born in Nassau.  He attended The College of The Bahamas, where he obtained an associates of arts degree in sociology. He was awarded an external LL.B. (Hons.) degree from the University of London and obtained a certificate of legal education from the Eugene Dupuch Law School. He was called to the Bahamas Bar in 2003. A former columnist for The College of The Bahamas publication, The Spectrum, he attended Brigham Young University, obtaining a bachelor of science degree in sociology with a minor in economics.

Khaalis Rolle PLP Progressive Liberal Party

Mr. Khaalis Rolle was born on January 9th, 1973, in Nassau, Bahamas. Mr. Rolle is the Immediate Past Chairman of the newly merge Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation and former President of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce. Khaalis served as the Caribbean Region President of the Organization of American States Inter-America Private Sector Organization, the Hemispheric Private Sector Organization located in Washington, D.C. from 2007 to 2009.

 DNA Democratic National Alliance

Wellington Woods was born in Nassau. Having received a quality education, it was now time to apply what he had learned over the years. Having gained adequate experience abroad, returned to The Bahamas where he was employed at Donald Cartwright & Associates and 3AW Design Group.

 Elkin Sutherland IND Independent

Elkin B. Sutherland was born in Nassau, Bahamas. Sutherland has demonstrated his knowledge through a number of diverse business initiatives, both domestically and internationally.  He boasts of his frequent business travels and adventures throughout the world, particularly Asia.  In 2004, Mr. Sutherland was a cofounder of a group that revolutionized travel from the Caribbean to the Asia.

News date : 05/02/2012    Category : About Bahamians, Politics

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