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Willmoth Daniel
(18 August 1948 - )
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The Hon. Willmoth Stafford Daniel, MP
Former Cabinet Minister, Antigua and Barbuda

Willmoth Stafford Daniel is an Antiguan and Barbudan politican and former Cabinet Minister.

Early life and education

Willmoth was born on 18 August 1948 in the village of Bolans. He attended the St. John's Boys School and the Hill Secondary School.

Career

Willmoth has be the parliamentary representative for the consitutency of St. Philip South since 1994. With the United Progressive Party (UPP) vicotory in 2004, he was appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Communications. In the UPP's second term in office, Daniel served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health, Social Transformation, and Consumer Affairs.

Daniel successfully defended his St. Philip South seat in the 12 June 2014 election against Lennox Weston of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party.

Daniel is the Deputy Political Leader of the United Progressive Party.

Switching to the St. John's City West constituency for the 2018 general election, Daniel was defeated by incumbent Gaston Browne of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP).

Personal life

Daniel is married and is the father of two, son Willmoth Jr. and daughter Stacey. He is an Auctioneer by profession.

ELECTION TIMELINE
Year District Party Votes % votes Result Notes
2018 St. John's City West United Progressive Party 565 27.74% Lost Lost to Gaston Browne (ABLP)
2014 St. Philip South United Progressive Party 523 54.37% Won 4th Term
2009 St. Philip South United Progressive Party 662 68.04% Won 3rd Term
2004 St. Philip South United Progressive Party 557 58.45% Won 2nd Term
1999 St. Philip South United Progressive Party 588 49.66% Lost Lost to Sherfield Bowen (ALP)
1994 St. Philip South United Progressive Party 593 56.10% Won 1st Term
1989 St. Philip South United National Democratic Party 360 36.96% Lost Lost to Reuben Harris
1984 St. Philip South United People's Movement 303 34.35% Lost Lost to Reuben Harris
PARLIAMENTARY TIMELINE
Post Chamber Party Date
MP for St. Philip South House of Representatives UPP 23 Mar 2004 - 21 Mar 2018
MP for St. Philip South House of Representatives UPP 8 Mar 1994 - 9 March 1999
PORTFOLIOS
Post Date
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health, Social Transformation, and Consumer Affairs 16 Mar 2009 - 12 June 2014
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Transportation (including the Port Authority) 1 Jan 2007 - 15 Mar 2009
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Environment 5 Jan 2005 - 31 Dec 2006
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Communications 26 Mar 2004 - 4 Jan 2005
Sources
http://www.ab.gov.ag/
http://www.unitedprogressive.party
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Willmoth Daniel
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Occupation Politician
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Date of Birth 18 August 1948
Place of Birth Bolans, Antigua
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Notable Accomplishments
Current parliamentarian and former Cabinet Minister
Deputy Political Leader, United Progressive Party, Antigua and Barbuda
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