McLean, John Jr.

Name: John McLean Jr.

District: East End

Affiliation: Independent

 

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Campaign donors partially revealed

Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital founder Dr. Steve Tomlinson contributed more than $194,000 to 10 political candidates during the final eight weeks of Cayman’s 2017 general election campaign.

East End residents want more police

About 100 East End district residents gave Police Commissioner Derek Byrne an earful Thursday night regarding concerns that crime is growing in the small community and their perception that police seem to be doing little about it.

Police, employment issues focus of first national debate

Police accountability and crime opened the first Cayman Islands national debate ahead of the May 24 election.

EE candidates kick off election debates

The three political candidates for East End, Arden McLean, John McLean Jr. and Isaac Douglas Rankine, were the first to participate in the series of pre-election forums starting Monday night and organized by the Chamber of Commerce.

Record-setting Nomination Day: 63 hopefuls compete for 19 seats

A record 63 candidates will contest the Cayman Islands general election on May 24 after a frantic day of nominations across the country generated some surprises.

John McLean seeks to reclaim ‘dad’s’ seat

East End’s John McLean Jr. is hoping the third time is the charm in his efforts to win the Legislative Assembly seat that once belonged to his father. Mr. McLean announced his candidacy this week, becoming the third person to enter the East End constituency race.

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