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Ermine Queeley-Evelyn
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Ermine Queeley-Evelyn, MH
Former Election Candidate, St. Kitts and Nevis

Ermine Queeley-Evelyn is a former election candidate in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Career

In 1979, Ermine Queeley-Evelyn became the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party’s first female candidate by contesting the Nevis local elections; and, in 1980, the national elections as a candidate in Nevis. She was unsuccessful in her election bid, losing to Simeon Daniel of NEvis Reformation Party.

Honours and awards

In 2008, she was awardd the Medal of Honour for her contribution to politics.

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Occupation Politician
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Place of Birth Nevis
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Notable Accomplishments

First female Senator in NAtional Assembly: 1980

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