How much of Jamaica’s history do I really know?………………With that said, I am going to get a few interested friends and we are going to visit Accompong. I have never been and it is about time I see first hand and acquaint myself with the history of the Maroons. I’m actually excited about this.
Accompong Maroons go to the polls tomorrow
(Jamaica Observer, Wednesday, April 15, 2015) | 3:29 PM
He told OBSERVER ONLINE that there will be polling stations in the St Elizabeth communities of Accompong, Windsor, Aberdeen, Cedar Spring, Elderslie and White Hall, Garland and Montego Bay in St James, and one in Kingston.
Currie said that the election is set to start at 7:00 am at all polling stations, but is expected to end at varying hours.
He said that there will be Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) representatives overseeing the proceedings at all the polling stations. He also said, in his capacity as director of elections, he is expecting to have the result by about 6:30 pm.
Senior members of the Accompong Maroon community Meredie Rowe, Elizabeth Campbell, Norma Edwards, and outgoing Colonel Ferron Williams are all vying for the leadership post.
Currie said that there will be a final count on Friday.