An article in the daily Gleaner of August 17, 2020 refers.

I received a report on the matter from Councillor McDonald of the Toll Gate division on Saturday

August 15 at 8:56 p.m. He advised that the JLP candidate for Clarendon South Western, Mr Kent Gammon and his party was prevented from campaigning in Havanna Heights by PNP supporters who were in the road shouting and making it hard for vehicles to go through. I met with candidate Mr Cousins by telephone at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday August 16. He confirmed that the conduct of supporters was unacceptable and that he had visited the community and advised the citizens that all candidates and their supporters should be free to enter the community and should not be impeded in any way.

Mr Cousins agreed to advise Councillor McDonald of the corrective action taken. The Office of the Political Ombudsman informed Councillor McDonald, who was aware that Mr Cousins had visited the area of this incident, at 4:06 p.m. on Sunday August 16. There was no report of any physical threat against any individual.

The matter is closed.

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