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Major St. Clair LEACOCK*
Constituency Central Kingstown
Party

New Democratic Party (NDP)

OPPONENT
Berisford
PHILLIPS
ULP
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Marsha
CARUTH
SVGP
 
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1-term Incumbent
PROFILE

Major St. Clair Leacock brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the New Democratic Party.  Through his history of dedicated service to the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, whether through his activities in the football arena, his contribution to the development of the St. Vincent Cadet Force or his participation in major national development issues, Major St. Clair Leacock continues to perform yeoman service to this nation.

Major Leacock has a background in Law, Accounts, Management Studies, and Business.  He specialized in the field of Management, achieving his first degree in Management Studies as well as a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of the West Indies. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute of the UK.

Leacock’s unparalleled community service has ranged from the national level to his participation in community sporting events.  This family man has heeded the call to service for his country on many occasions such as the Officer in Charge of the evacuation effort during the La Soufriere Volcanic eruption and the intervention party to the Prison Riots.  He is also recognised for his Military qualifications and service to the security of his country.  His life defines the true meaning of the popular phrase “To Protect and Serve”.

His role as a Justice of the Peace, as a main contributor to the development of the St. Vincent Coast Guard Service, President of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Association and Commandant of the Cadet Force and Auxiliary Police Force all serve to illustrate his unwavering devotion to his country.  He has won several awards based on his meritorious service and contribution to the development of the Football Association, Cadet Service, and President of the Employer’s Federation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

A former Opposition Senator, Leacock won the Central Kingstown seat for the New Democratic Party in 2010.
ELECTION TIMELINE
2005 Central Kingstown NDP 1,961 49.82% Lost Lost to Conrad Sayers (ULP)
2010 Central Kingstown NDP 2,445 54.09% Won Winner, first term
Key
DRP= Democratic Republican Party; NDP = New Democratic Party; SVGP = St. Vincent and the Grenadines Green Party; ULP = Unity Labour Party; IND = Independent; * Incumbent; ** Political Leader
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