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JLP and PNP supporters flanked sections of Duke & Beeston Streets by Gordon House

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"Election spirits ran high yesterday as JLP and PNP supporters flanked sections of Duke and Beeston Streets by Gordon House, while Parliament debated the Boundaries Report. From early morning, party supporters positioned themselves, sang party songs…

PNP leader Michael Manley with exuberant supporters

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"PNP leader Michael Manley with exuberant supporters last night. At press time, the PNP had won 45 seats outright. The JLP had taken seven and eight were still undeclared."

Political party supporters on Duke & Beeston Streets by Gordon House

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"Election spirits ran high yesterday as JLP and PNP supporters flanked sections of Duke and Beeston Streets by Gordon House, while Parliament debated the Boundaries Report. From early morning, party supporters positioned themselves, sang party songs…

Prime Minister Michael Manley and others

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Former Prime Minister, Michael Manley, casting his ballot at the 1976 general elections as journalists take pictures. Looking on to the right is his mother, Edna Manley.

Honourable Michael Manley, Prime Minister shaking hands with a section of the people during his address in Port Maria

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"Prime Minister Addresses Public Meeting at Port Maria: Honourable Michael Manley, Prime Minister, (centre) shaking hands with a section of the people whom he addressed in Port Maria last Thursday night. The address followed a day's touring of East…

Opposition leader, Edward Seaga casting ballot at Half Way Tree Primary School

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"Opposition leader Edward Seaga, [right] places his finger under the integrity kit before casting his ballot at the Half Way Tree Primary School Thursday morning. His wife looks on."

Opposition leader, Edward Seaga arriving for nomination at Denham Town Primary

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"Opposition leader, Edward Seaga, arriving at the Denham Town Primary School yesterday to be nominated for the general election. At centre is Denham Town Division Councillor Desmond McKenzie and at right the controversial policeman, Keith 'Trinity'…