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May 11, 2021

Dr. Patricia Bartlette is NRP's New Candidate for Nevis 2


Brown Hill Village in Nevis was the place to be on Saturday, May 08, 2021, for the electrifying and dynamic candidacy launch of Dr. Patricia Bartlette, the Nevis Reformation Party’s (NRP) new candidate for Nevis 2 (St. John’s Parish), who will contest the seat in the upcoming Nevis Island Assembly elections. READ MORE

March 08, 2021

The Hon. Cleone Stapleton- Simmonds, the former teacher, now lawyer, celebrated her first year as a Member of Parliament for St. Thomas’ Parish (Nevis 5) in the Nevis Island Assembly following her historic win in the March 05, 2020 by-election.


Hon. Stapleton-Simmonds worked hard to maintain the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) stronghold seat previously held by long-time serving Parliamentarian and former political leader of the NRP, Mr. Joseph Parry, who retired from politics in 2020.

The Cotton Ground village native had a short-term election strategy as she campaigned voraciously to be the first elected female parliamentarian for the NRP.

Mrs. Stapleton- Simmonds, the young mother of two, wife, and career woman continued visiting her constituents regularly with holiday gifts, food packages, or just a simple house-call to see how her constituents are doing since that victorious day on March 05, 2020, when she secured 514 votes over the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Candidate Mr. Keith Scarborough’s 191 votes.

To commemorate her first anniversary, Hon. Stapleton-Simmonds celebrated with a calendar of events:

On Thursday, March 04 she appeared on the popular 2020 Vision Radio “Tell Me” program. READ MORE

September 14, 2020

Dr. Janice Daniel-Hodge Is the Political Leader of the Nevis Reformation Party


St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The 50-year-old Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) is now the first major political party in St. Kitts and Nevis to elect a woman to its top position.

At the party’s convention Sunday (September 13), the daughter of the party’s founder and first leader Dr. Simeon Daniel, Dr. Janice Daniel-Hodge was elected President and party leader.

Dr. Daniel-Hodge and NRP Representative in the Nevis Island Assembly Cleone Stapleton-Simmonds competed for the top spot, the first time in the nation’s history that the top party contenders were women.  READ MORE

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