Two more people were killed in political violence in central Kingston, raising to 10 the number of deaths linked to this week's general elections, police said Wednesday.

Details of the killings were sketchy, but according to a spokeswoman for Prime Minister Edward Seaga's Jamaica Labor Party, one of the deaths occurred when a gunman attacked a group of Seaga supporters Tuesday evening and he was shot by pursuing police.About a half-hour later, a Seaga supporter was shot nearby, said the party official, who asked not to be identified by name.

Police said the two killings were related to politics surrounding Thursday's election, but would not say which parties were involved.