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Robert Gordon
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Rober I. Gordon
Former Member of Parliament, St. Kitts and Nevis

Robert I. Gordon was a politician and Member of Parliament in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Career

Gordon successfully contested the St. George/St. James (Nevis) seat as an Independent Candidate in the 1952 general election.  Running as a candidate for the Nevis Progressive Party (NPP) in the 1957, he was unseated by Independent Wilmoth Nicholls. He did not contest any subsequent elections.

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Occupation Politician
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Former Member of Parliament: 1952 - 1957
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