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Voting Goes Smoothly In Bimini

In North Bimini, locals trickled in one by one to cast their votes. While some dressed in regular colors, others didn’t hide who they voted for.

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BIMINI, BAHAMAS – In North Bimini, locals trickled in one by one to cast their votes. While some dressed in regular colors, others didn’t hide who they voted for.

But the common theme amongst these voters is that work needs to be done in Bimini.

But then there were these residents who shared why they voted either red or yellow.

Then there was Chloe Smith who doesn’t believe there needs to be any changes in Bimini.

While the wild weather didn’t prohibit voters from coming out, it did stop the candidates from traveling to the island.

Both PLP and FNM officials tell us the two camps planned to drop in for the advanced polls but that didn’t happen.

There was only one polling station opened in bimini on Wednesday. With only a little over 100 voters today, just over half of that number had already voted by noon.

While there, we came across this man who says Coalition of Independents Leader Lincoln Bain should have a chance.

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