Thomas Harvey

Constituency #2, St George’s West | Polling station: Penno’s Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal

Contact details 294.3202

As a lifelong resident of Wellington, I want to ensure that my constituency and my parish are represented in the most productive way. The OBA has shown it has the best interests of St George’s at heart.
I am a husband, father, brother and son. I am a small business owner. For three years the Government has failed to improve life for Bermudians and now it is putting power over people. The OBA has a better way.

Thomas Harvey is a lifelong resident of Wellington in St George’s and a small businessman who wants to make sure St George’s West gets the representation it needs and deserves.

A straight talker who has worked his way from the ground up, Thomas knows the issues facing St George’s West and will do better for his constituents.


  • Husband and father of two
  • Founder and owner of Strike Force General Trucking Ltd
  • Chairman of the St George Parish Council 2014-17
  • An active member of the East End Primary School PTA

Putting people first

Thomas is a small businessman and carpenter by trade. He understands traditional Bermuda building techniques and has done work at Malabar House in Dockyard, Perot Post Office and Bermuda Library. He believes Bermuda’s unique architecture reflects Bermudians’ ability to adapt and to use our natural resources to improve lives.

Thomas is a longtime community activist and helped to resolve issues between Wellington residents revolving around Cup Match. He was Chairman of the St. George Parish Council which staged events including Father’s Day Breakfast at local schools, Seniors Teas, a Wine Tasting Event, Christmas Dinner working with the Eastern Community Police Action Team, giving out Christmas hampers and distributing school backpacks to local students. Thomas has proven he can work with people of all political persuasions and that Bermuda does better when we work together..

As an active member of the East End Primary School PTA, he brought to the fore a number of issues revolving around safety and maintenance at the school and got them resolved as a result of his direct input to the Department of Education.

Thomas has also provided kite sticks to the St. George’s Cricket Club Easter children’s programme.

Thomas’ business supports an apprenticeship program and he now employs a young Bermudian in the craft of carpentry.

Constituency 2, St George's West, Bermuda