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Jerome ROBERTS*
Constituency District 2: Sandy Hill
Party

Anguilla United Movement (AUM)

OPPONENT
Cora
RICHARDSON-HODGE
AUF
   
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Minister and incumbent Representative for District 2
PROFILE

Jerome Roberts is the incumbent Representative for District 2 and the current Minister of Home Affairs, Education, Youth and Culture and Library Services.

Jerome Roberts graduated from the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School in 1987. He worked in the private sector for a period of two years before joining the Treasury Department of the Government of Anguilla.  In 1991, he transferred to the Electrical Company (ANGLEC) where he worked for 19 years in various positions, the most recent being that of Supervisor of the Customer Care and Billing Department, a post he held for eight years.

While he was employed in the electricity company, Mr. Roberts obtained certification in leadership and supervision courses from the Caribbean Electric Utility Services (CARILEC), and jointly from the International Organisation of Business (IOB) and the University of the West Indies (UWI).

Mr. Roberts contested the 2010 general election as a member of the Anguilla Progressive Party, and was elected on 15 February 2010 as a legislator in the Anguilla House of Parliament. After a consultation with his constituents, and long and careful consideration over a period of time, he joined the AUM government on 1 August, 2010, as the Advisor to the Chief Minister, the Hon. Hubert Hughes. The Hon. Jerome Roberts currently holds the portfolio of Home Affairs, Education, Youth and Culture and Library Services.

He is seeking a second term in the general election as a candidate of the AUM in District.

ELECTION TIMELINE
Year District Party Votes % votes Result Notes
2005 2 APP 107 23.83% Lost Lost to Hubert Hughes (AUM)
2010 2 APP 317 53.46% Won 1st Term
2015 2 AUM 295 39.02% Lost Lost to Cora Richardson-Hodge (AUF)
Key
AUF = Anguilla United Front; AUM = Anguilla United Movement; DOVE = The DOVE Party; IND = Independent; * Incumbent; ** Political Leader
Sources
http://www.gov.ai/elections/
http://anguillaunitedmovement.com
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