United States Virgin Islands gubernatorial election, 2014
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The 2014 United States Virgin Islands gubernatorial election took place on November 4, 2014, to elect the Governor of the United States Virgin Islands. Incumbent Democratic Governor John de Jongh is term-limited and cannot run for re-election to a third term in office. Since no candidate received a majority in the general election, as required by the Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands, a runoff was held between Donna Christian-Christensen and Kenneth Mapp, the two top vote receivers. Mapp went on to win the run off in a landslide victory, with almost 64% of the vote.
- 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
- Running mate: Calford Martin
- Moleto Smith, former deputy and interim/acting commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Human Services
- Running mate: Hubert Frederick, business executive and former deputy commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Health
|Democratic||Adlah Donastorg Jr.||2,083||24.3|
|Democratic||Gerard Luz James||835||9.74|
- Soraya Diase Coffelt, former Territorial Court Judge
- Mona Barnes, first female State Command Sergeant Major of the Virgin Islands
- Running mate: Wendy Coram
- Sheila Alvin Scallion
- Running mate: Robert Quinn
|Independent||Soraya Diase Coffelt||1,837||7.07|
|Independent||Sheila A. Scullion||83||.32|
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