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The 7th and current Governor of the United States Virgin Islands, serving since 2007.
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Gov. deJongh signs Steelworkers contracts


Government House announced Monday that Gov. John deJongh Jr. signed a collective bargaining agreement with United Steelworkers Masters, Local Union 8248 and 8249. The agreement extends contracts through 2013. The union represents government employees who work for Depart­ment of Licensing and Con­sumer Affairs, Finance Depart­ment, Property and Procurement Depart­ment, V.I. Police Department, Human Services Department, Per­sonnel Depart­ment, Tax As­ses­sor’s Office, Agriculture De­part­ment, Tourism Department, Education Depart­ment, ...


Premier O'Neal Congratulates Governor de Jongh On Victory


Premier and Minister of Finance Honourable Ralph T. O´Neal, OBE has congratulated United States Virgin Islands (USVI) Governor Honourable John de Jongh Jr. on his recent victory at the polls on behalf of the Government and people of the Virgin Islands. The incumbent Governor John P. de Jongh, Jr. will now serve a second term as Governor of the neighbouring United States Virgin Islands with running mate Mr. Gregory Francis serving as Lieutenant Governor. In a congratulatory telephone call to the United States Virgin Islands Governor yesterday, Premier O´Neal said, "I wish ...


DeJongh wins four more years


Gov. John deJongh Jr. won re-election Tuesday, but challenger Kenneth Mapp is not ready to concede. According to the unofficial results of the General Election, deJongh took about 56 percent of the vote and Mapp pulled in about 44 percent. Mapp did not talk with The Daily News on Tuesday night, but as he addressed his supporters at his St. Croix headquarters, he made it clear that he believes the race is not lost. “There are really some serious questions that must be resolved,” Mapp said. Over in the deJongh camp, victory was being celebrated — and no one was asking ...



 
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