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United States Virgin Islands gubernatorial election, 2014


United States Virgin Islands gubernatorial election, 2014

United States Virgin Islands gubernatorial election, 2014

November 4 and November 18, 2014

Nominee Kenneth Mapp Donna Christian-Christensen
Party Independent Democratic
Running mate Osbert Potter Basil Ottley, Jr.
Popular vote 12,108 general
15,268 runoff
10,173 general
8,573 runoff
Percentage 46.61% general
63.89% runoff
39.16% general
35.87% runoff

Governor before election

John de Jongh

Elected Governor

Kenneth Mapp

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the United States Virgin Islands

The 2014 United States Virgin Islands gubernatorial election took place on November 4, 2014, to elect the Donna Christian-Christensen and Kenneth Mapp, the two top vote receivers.[1] Mapp went on to win the run off in a landslide victory, with almost 64% of the vote.[2]

Democratic primary


Won Primary

  • Running mate: Basil Ottley, Jr., former Virgin Islands Senator

Defeated in Primary

  • Running mate: Angel A. "Gito" Torres
  • Running mate: Patrick Sprauve
  • Running mate: Winston Braithwaite
  • Marvin Pickering, former Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cruzan Rum[4]
  • Running mate: Calford Martin
  • Running mate: Hubert Frederick, business executive and former Deputy Commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Health[5]


Democratic primary results[6]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Donna Christian-Christensen 3,016 35.18
Democratic Adlah Donastorg Jr. 2,083 24.3
Democratic Gregory Francis 1,064 12.41
Democratic Marvin Pickering 912 10.64
Democratic Gerard Luz James 835 9.74
Democratic Moleto Smith 650 7.58
Democratic Write-ins 13 0.15
Total votes 8,573 100

Independent candidates

  • Running mate: Osbert Potter, former Virgin Islands Senator, former Commissioner of Licensing and Consumer Affairs and former television show host ("Behind the Headlines" on WTJX-TV).[7]
  • Mona Barnes, first female State Command Sergeant Major of the Virgin Islands[4]
  • Running mate: Wendy Coram
  • Sheila Alvin Scallion
  • Running mate: Robert Quinn


Election results, U.S. Virgin Islands Gubernatorial Election, November 4, 2014.[9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Kenneth Mapp 12,108 46.61
Democratic Donna Christian-Christensen 10,173 39.16
Independent Soraya Diase Coffelt 1,837 7.07
Independent Mona Barnes 1,693 6.52
Independent Sheila A. Scullion 83 .32
Independent Write In 81 .31
Total votes 25,975 100
Election results, U.S. Virgin Islands Gubernatorial Election Run Off, November 18, 2014. [10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Kenneth Mapp 15,268 63.89
Democratic Donna Christian-Christensen 8,573 35.87
Independent Write In 58 .24


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External links

  • St. Croix Source: Candidates for 2014 V.I. Elections
  • Election System of the Virgin Islands: Listing of Candidates for Primary and General Elections - 2014
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