Dominican General Election​ Voting Live 2019

Dominican General Election​ Voting Live

Dominican General Election​ Dates 2019

Dominican General Election​ Date: 6 December 2019 

General elections will be held on 6 December 2019 in Dominica. The elections were constitutionally required to be held by March 2020, but were widely expected to take place before the end of 2019.

Elections in Dominica have been taking place since 1832. Dominica elects on national level a legislature. The House of Assembly has 32 members, 21 members elected for a five-year term in single-seat constituencies, 9 appointed senators, the Speaker and 1 ex officio member. a head of state – the president – is elected by the House of Assembly.

Dominica has a two-party system, which means that there are two dominant political parties, with extreme difficulty for anybody to achieve electoral success under the banner of any other party. Dominica was once a three-party system until the Dominica Labour Party and the greatly diminished Dominica Freedom Party formed a coalition government. The DFP has failed to acquire any seats for two elections straight, leaving the United Workers' Party as the only opposition to the DLP.

 


Dominican General Election Voting Live 2019 

1. CAPA presents findings of latest Opinion poll

  • Caribbean Agency for Political Advancement (CAPA) will host a press conference on Friday, November 22 from 1:00 pm at Prevo Cinemall
  • Results of the latest finding of a scientific survey which was conducted in Dominica between November 2–16 will be released. CAPA is a certified political services agency based in Dominica which has a commitment to professional consultancy in the area of regional and world politics

2. Luis Almagro and his OAS are at it again, this time targeting Dominica's socialist Prime Minister SkerritR  and trying to de-legitimize next week's election.

 3. Dominica election on December 6

4. "Dominica PM predicts victory in general election". 14 August 2019. Retrieved 15 August 2019.

5. Commonwealth of Dominica: Election for House of Assembly IFES


The Electoral system of Dominican  

The 21 elected members of the House of Assembly are elected in single-member constituencies. A further nine members are either elected by the Assembly after it convenes or appointed by the President (five on the advice of the Prime Minister and four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition); the method of their choosing is voted on by the Assembly.

The 21 elected members of the House of Assembly were elected in single-member constituencies. A further nine members were appointed by the President, five on the advice of the Prime Minister and four on the advice of the Leader of the Opposition

 


Dominican party and Leaders 

Leader

Party

Roosevelt Skerrit

DLP

Lennox Linton

UWP


 Past Dominican Elections Results 

 

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

Dominica Labour Party

23,208

56.99

15

–3

United Workers' Party

17,479

42.92

6

3

Independents

37

0.09

0

0

Invalid/blank votes

471

Total

41,195

100

21

0

Haitian Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Haitian Parliamentary Election 2019 Voting Live

Haitian Parliamentary Election Dates 2019

Haitian Parliamentary Election Date:  27th October 2019 

Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held in Haiti on October 27, 2019.

The Constitution of Haiti provides for the election of the President, Parliament, and members of local governing bodies.

The current president is Michel Joseph Martelly, who received 68 per cent of the votes in the Haitian general election, 2010–2011.

Elections, delayed after a political impasse, are planned to be held for both the Presidency and Parliament in 2015.

 


Haitian Parliamentary Election Voting Live 2019

1. Haitian Parliamentary Elections 2019 will be held on 27th October 2019.

2. Haiti – Politic: The next elections, mission impossible.

3. Security Council approves ‘historic’ political Haiti mission, ending UN peacekeeping role in the country.


The Electoral system of Haitian

The 119 members of the Chamber of Deputies are elected in single-member constituencies for four-year terms using a modified two-round system; a candidate must receive either over 50% of the vote, or have a lead over the second-placed candidate equivalent to 25% of the valid votes in order to be elected in the first round; if no candidate meets this requirement, a second-round is held, in which the candidate with the most votes wins.

One-third of the 30-member Senate is elected every two years. The members are elected from ten single-member constituencies based on the departments, also using the two-round system.


Haitian Parties and leaders

 

N/A


Haitian past election results 

 

Party Deputies Senators
1st
Round
2nd
Round
(2015)
2nd
Round
(2016)
Total 1st
Round
2nd
Round
(2015)
2nd
Round
(2016)
Total
Haitian Tèt Kale Party (PHTK) 4 22 5 31 0 2 3 5
Truth (VERITE) 1 12 4 17 0 3 0 3
Struggling People's Organization (OPL) 0 7 2 9 0 1 0 1
Konvansyon Inite Demokratik (KID) 0 7 1 8 0 3 0 3
Fanmi Lavalas (FL) 0 6 2 8 0 1 0 1
Haiti in Action (AAA) 2 4 0 6 1 0 0 1
Reseau National Bouclier (BOUCLIER) 0 3 2 5 0 0 1 1
Patriotic Unity (INITE PATRIYOTIK) 1 3 0 4 0 0 1 1
Fusion of Haitian Social Democrats (FSDH) 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 0
Renmen Ayiti 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0
Alternative League for Haitian Progress and Emancipation (LAPEH) 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0
Tet Kole sous Chimen Devlopman pou un Nord'Ouest uni et Renonve (MOSANO) 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0
Consortium des Partis Politiques (CONSORTIUM) 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1
Platfom Pitit Desalin 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1
Ansanm Patriyot pou Lavni Ayiti (APLA) 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0
Pont 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1
Parti pour la Libération des Masses et d'Intégration Sociale (PALMIS) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Konbit Travaye Peyizan pou Libere Ayiti (KONTRA PEP LA) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Mouvement National Haïtien (MONHA) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Konsyans Patriotik (KP) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Federalist Party (PF) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Mouvement Action Socialiste (MAS) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Konbit Nasyonal (KONA) 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Platfòm Leve Kanpe 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
CANAAN 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Ligue Dessalinienne (LIDE) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Total 8 84 24 116 2 12 6 20

Cuban constitutional referendum 2019 Voting Live

Cuban constitutional referendum 2019 Results Voting Live

Cuban constitutional referendum Dates 2019

Cuban constitutional referendum Date: 24 Feb 2019 

constitutional referendum is scheduled to take place in Cuba on 24 February 2019. Voters will be asked whether they approved of a new constitution passed by the National Assembly of People's Power in July 2018.


Cuban constitutional referendum Voting Live 2019

1. The Cuba constitutional referendum election will be held on 24 Feb 2019.

2. Preparations Continue in Cuba for Constitutional Referendum.

3. Over 22,000 Cubans in Venezuela to Participate in 2019 Referendum.

4. Cuban government accused of censoring negative text message about the .new constitution.


The electoral system of Cuba

According to the constitution, Cuba is a socialist republic where all members or representative bodies of state power are elected and subject to recall and the masses control the activity of the state agencies, the deputies, delegates and officials. Elections in Cuba have two phases:

  1. election of delegates to the Municipal Assembly, and
  2. election of deputies to the Provincial and National Assemblies.

Candidates for municipal assemblies are nominated on an individual basis at local levels by the local population at nomination assemblies. Candidates for provincial assemblies and the National Assembly are nominated by the municipal assemblies from lists compiled by national, provincial and municipal candidacy commissions. Suggestions for nominations are made at all levels mainly by mass organizations, trade unions, people's councils, and student federations. The final list of candidates for the National Assembly, one for each district, is drawn up by the National Candidacy Commission; however, voters can, in theory, veto a candidate, because if a candidate failed to gain 50% of the vote, a new candidate would have to be chosen.

Anyone older than 16 other than those mentally incapacitated, imprisoned, or deprived of their political rights can vote and be nominated to these posts. No political parties (including the Communist Party of Cuba) are permitted to campaign. Instead, voters can consult candidates' biographies and photographs posted on public locations. All elections take place by secret ballot. Suffrage is afforded to Cuban citizens resident for two years on the island who are aged over sixteen years and who have not been found guilty of a criminal offense.


Cuba Parties and leaders

 

 

N/A


Cuba past election results 

Option Votes % Seats
Full list 5,620,713 80.44 605
Selective vote 1,366,328 19.56
Invalid/blank votes 412,850
Total 7,399,891 100 605
Registered voters/turnout 8,639,989 85.65

Bermuda Michael Dunkley Biography Age Wikipedia Family Marriage Education Career

Bermuda Michael Dunkley Biography Age Wikipedia Family Marriage Education Career

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017

Michael Henry Dunkley, JP, MP (born June 18, 1958), was sworn in as Premier of Bermuda on May 19, 2014, following the resignation of the former Premier, Craig Cannonier. He is currently the leader of the One Bermuda Alliance political party and an active businessman on the island.

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.


 

Michael Dunkley Biography Career Education Family

Also Read : Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

 

Michael Henry Dunkley, JP, MP (born June 18, 1958), was sworn in as Premier of Bermuda on May 19, 2014, following the resignation of the former Premier, Craig Cannonier. He is currently the leader of the One Bermuda Alliance political party and an active businessman on the island.

Dunkley is the son of Henry "Bill" Harlow Dunkley (1928-1975) and Marye Lee Dunkley (née O'Dea). He was educated at Saltus Grammar School in Bermuda, Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, and graduated from the University of Richmond in 1980.


He first entered politics in 1997 with his election to The House of Assembly in Bermuda. On December 17, 2012, the One Bermuda Alliance won a historic general election and Dunkley was appointed the Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Safety. He has been often recognized by the Best of Bermuda Gold Awards published by the Bermudian Magazine for his work in politics and in 2007 was voted "Most Effective Politician."
As a businessman he is Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Dunkley's Dairy, a milk processing plant and one of the island's largest food importers. Vice President of Island Properties Ltd, a property management company and is President of Dunkley's Management Holdings Ltd, a management consultant company.

 

Michael Dunkley Biography Family

Personal details
Born – 18 June 1958 (age 59)
Political party – One Bermuda Alliance
Spouse(s) – Pamela
Children – Christine, Brooke
Alma mater – University of Richmond.


Bermuda Election results 2017

PLP Won big in Bermuda General Election winning 24 out of 36 seats. For Majority, 15 seats minimum are required and PLP has much more than the required number to form the government.

PLP won 20,059 (58.89%) votes whereas OBA won 13,832(40.61%) votes.

PLP wins 24 and OBA wins 12 seats. Counting Completed.

Also Read: Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2017 

Also Read: Bermuda Election Results 2017 By Constituency Winner Party Vote %

Party Seats
PLP 24
OBA 12

Total Vote Count: 34060
Number of Registered Voters: 46669


 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

 

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

 

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

 

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.
However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


Bermuda General election Results 2012

General elections were held in Bermuda on 17 December 2012. The result was a victory for the One Bermuda Alliance, which won 19 of the 36 seats in the House of Assembly. Incumbent Premier Paula Cox lost her Devonshire North West seat, and later resigned as leader of the Progressive Labour Party

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

sources: wikipedia.org, caribbeanelections.com

Bermuda David Burt Biography Age Wikipedia Family Marriage Education Career

Bermuda David Burt Biography Age Wikipedia Family Marriage Education Career

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017

He is the Leader of the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party. Member of Parliament – Pembroke West Central, PMP, GWU Alumni, AΦA, West Ham.

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.


 

David Burt Biography Career Education Family

Also Read : Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

David graduated from Florida Air Academy in Melbourne, Florida in 1996. He went on to attend The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration with a double major in Finance and Information Systems in 2001. He was awarded The George Washington University Presidential Administrative Fellowship and received his Master of Science in Information Systems Development in 2003.
In 2004, David started GMD Consulting Limited, an IT and small business consulting firm focusing on project management and has served as President since its founding. In 2009, he was certified as a Project Management Professional. His proudest achievement in business is having mentored 3 Bermudians to attain their project management certifications.


David has served on the Tourism Board, National Training Board, as a Director of the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, and a Director of the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation. He is the PLP Spokesperson for Finance and Technology.
David believes strongly in empowering Bermudians to seize the opportunities of the future. This requires lifelong investment in our people by providing continuing education and training.

David Burt Biography Family

David is a strong proponent of Bermudians getting involved in their communities. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, the Western Stars Sports Club, and the Devonshire Recreation Club. He is a lifelong resident of Pembroke.


David is the son of Gerald and Merlin Burt and he and his wife Kristin have two chldren.


Bermuda Election results 2017

PLP Won big in Bermuda General Election winning 24 out of 36 seats. For Majority, 15 seats minimum are required and PLP has much more than the required number to form the government.

PLP won 20,059 (58.89%) votes whereas OBA won 13,832(40.61%) votes.

PLP wins 24 and OBA wins 12 seats. Counting Completed.

Also Read: Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2017 

Also Read: Bermuda Election Results 2017 By Constituency Winner Party Vote %

Party Seats
PLP 24
OBA 12

Total Vote Count: 34060
Number of Registered Voters: 46669


 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

 

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.
However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


Bermuda General election Results 2012

General elections were held in Bermuda on 17 December 2012. The result was a victory for the One Bermuda Alliance, which won 19 of the 36 seats in the House of Assembly. Incumbent Premier Paula Cox lost her Devonshire North West seat, and later resigned as leader of the Progressive Labour Party

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

sources: wikipedia.org, caribbeanelections.com

Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names PLP OBA Minister Post government ministers

Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names PLP OBA Minister Post government Ministers

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017 

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.


Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2017

Bermuda news Ministers list has not yet been announced.

David BURT is leading the PLP Party and is expected to be Premier of Bermuda next.

PLP Won big in Bermuda General Election winning 24 out of 36 seats. For Majority, 15 seats minimum are required and PLP has much more than the required number to form the government.

Also Read: Detailed Election Results Constituency Wise

PLP won 20,059 (58.89%) votes whereas OBA won 13,832(40.61%) votes.

PLP wins 24 and OBA wins 12 seats. Counting Completed.


Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2012

01 – St. George's North

 

Kenneth Bascome (OBA)   Junior Minister of Tourism 
02 – St. George's West Nandi Outerbridge (OBA)  Minister for Social Development & Sport
03 – St. David's Lovitta Foggo (PLP)   Shadow Minister of Education & Party Whip
04 – St. George's South Suzann Roberts-Holshouser (OBA)  Deputy Speaker
05 – Hamilton East Derrick Burgess (PLP)  Backbencher
06 – Hamilton West Wayne Furbert (PLP)  Backbencher
07 – Hamilton South Sylvan Richards Jr. (OBA)    Minister of Environment & Planning
08 – Smiths South N. Cole Simons (OBA)     Minister of Education
09 – Smiths West Trevor Moniz (OBA)   Attorney General & Minister of Legal Affairs
10 – Smiths North Michael Dunkley (OBA)   Premier  
11 – Devonshire East E. T. Bob Richards (OBA)   Deputy Premier & Minister of Finance
12 – Devonshire South C* Craig Cannonier (OBA)    Minister of Public Works
13 – Devonshire North C Diallo Rabain (PLP)  Shadow Minister of Environment and Planning 
14 – Devonshire North West Glen Smith (OBA)  Backbencher
15 – Pembroke East Walter Roban (PLP)   Shadow Minister of National Security
16 – Pembroke East C Michael Weeks (PLP)   Shadow Minster of Community, Youth & Sports
17 – Pembroke Central Walton Brown (PLP)     Shadow Minister of Home Affairs
18 – Pembroke West C David Burt (PLP)     Opposition Leader
19 – Pembroke West Jeanne Atherden (OBA)  Minister of Health & Seniors
20 – Pembroke South West Susan Jackson (OBA)   Backbencher
21 – Pembroke South East Rolfe Commissiong (PLP)   Backbencher
22 – Paget East Grant Gibbons (OBA)    Minister of Economic Development
23 – Paget West Patricia Gordon Pamplin (OBA)     Minister of Home Affairs
24 – Warwick South East Lawrence Scott (PLP)   Shadow Minister of Transportation
25 – Warwick North East Mark Pettingill (OBA)    Backbencher
26 – Warwick South C Neville Tyrrell (PLP)  Backbencher
27 – Warwick North C Wayne Scott (OBA)    Backbencher
28 – Warwick West Jeff Sousa (OBA)    Backbencher
29 – Southampton East Zane DeSilva (PLP)  Backbencher
30 – Southampton East C Leah Scott (OBA)   Junior Minister of Education
31 – Southampton West C Vacant   
32 – Southampton West Randolph Horton  Speaker of the House of Assembly
33 – Sandys South Jamahl Simmons (PLP)  Shadow Minister of Tourism
34 – Sandys South Central Kim Wilson (PLP)    Shadow Minister of Health
35 – Sandys North Central Dennis Lister (PLP)  Shadow Minister of Public Works 
36 – Sandys North Michael Scott (PLP)  Shadow Attorney General

Bermudan General election results 2017 live Details

Also Read : Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

PLP Won big in Bermuda General Election winning 24 out of 36 seats. For Majority, 15 seats minimum are required and PLP has much more than the required number to form the government.

PLP won 20,059 (58.89%) votes whereas OBA won 13,832(40.61%) votes.

PLP wins 24 and OBA wins 12 seats. Counting Completed.

Party Seats
PLP 24
OBA 12

Total Vote Count: 34060
Number of Registered Voters: 46669 

Bermuda Election Results 2017 By Constituency Winner Party Vote %

Constituency OBA PLP Winner
1 – ST. GEORGES NORTH  38.22% 61.78% PLP
2 – ST. GEORGES WEST  34.29% 65.71% PLP
3 – ST. DAVIDS  23.63% 76.37% PLP
4 – ST. GEORGES SOUTH  39.69% 60.31% PLP
5 – HAMILTON EAST  19.20% 80.80% PLP
6 – HAMILTON WEST  28.79% 65.06% PLP
7 – HAMILTON SOUTH  51.10% 48.90% OBA
8 – SMITHS SOUTH  71.61% 26.92% OBA
9 – SMITHS WEST  57.14% 42.86% OBA
10 – SMITHS NORTH  52.26% 47.74% OBA
11 – DEVONSHIRE EAST  44.96% 55.04% PLP
12 – DEVONSHIRE SOUTH CENTRAL  83.02% 16.98% OBA
13 – DEVONSHIRE NORTH CENTRAL  35.36% 64.64% PLP
14 – DEVONSHIRE NORTH WEST  38.73% 57.14% PLP
15 – PEMBROKE EAST  9.06% 90.94% PLP
16 – PEMBROKE EAST CENTRAL  6.61% 93.39% PLP
17 – PEMBROKE CENTRAL  34.39% 65.61% PLP
18 – PEMBROKE WEST CENTRAL  33.78% 66.22% PLP
19 – PEMBROKE WEST  56.98% 43.02% OBA
20 – PEMBROKE SOUTH WEST  78.69% 21.31% OBA
21 – PEMBROKE SOUTH EAST  28.50% 67.25% PLP
22 – PAGET EAST  63.94% 36.06% OBA
23 – PAGET WEST  67.05% 32.95% OBA
24 – WARWICK SOUTH EAST  31.60% 68.40% PLP
25 – WARWICK NORTH EAST  53.53% 46.47% OBA
26 – WARWICK SOUTH CENTRAL  20.96% 79.04% PLP
27 – WARWICK NORTH CENTRAL  33.83% 66.17% PLP
28 – WARWICK WEST  49.43% 50.57% PLP
29 – SOUTHAMPTON EAST  16.65% 83.35% PLP
30 – SOUTHAMPTON EAST CENTRAL  52.71% 47.29% OBA
31 – SOUTHAMPTON WEST CENTRAL  52.54% 47.46% OBA
32 – SOUTHAMPTON WEST  28.37% 69.58% PLP
33 – SANDYS SOUTH  34.17% 65.83% PLP
34 – SANDYS SOUTH CENTRAL  18.89% 81.11% PLP
35 – SANDYS NORTH CENTRAL  28.84% 71.16% PLP
36 – SANDYS NORTH  33.98% 66.02% PLP

Seats won by the PLP

Wayne Furbert
Rolfe Commissiong
Kim Swan ­— won from OBA
Derrick Burgess
Zane DeSilva
Christopher Famous — won from OBA
Wayne Caines — won from OBA
Michael Weeks
Kim Wilson
Neville Tyrrell


Jamahl Simmons
Diallo Rabain
David Burch
Walton Brown
Dennis Lister
Dennis Lister III
Michael Scott

Seats held by the OBA


Jeff Baron
Patricia Gordon-Pamplin


Leah Scott
Susan Jackson
Trevor Moniz
Craig Cannonier
Sylvan Richards
Jeanne Atherden
Grant Gibbons
Michael Dunkley

  1. Constituency 5 Hamilton East – PLP's Derrick Burgess wins Over OBA's Peter Barrett
  2. Constituency 2 St. George’s West – PLP's Kim Swan wins Over OBA's Nandi Outerbridge
  3. Constituency 21 Pembroke South East – PLP's Rolfe Commissiong wins Over OBA's Rodney Smith and independent Elmore Warren
  4. Constituency 30 Southampton East Central – OBA's Leah Scott wins Over PLP's Quinton Butterfield
  5. Constituency 23 Paget West – OBA's Patricia Gordon-Pamplin wins Over PLP's Rev. Dr. Emilygail Dill

 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

Bermudan General election results 2017 live Voting Details

 

  1. Voting Started at 8 am today. Even though its raining now, it is expected to clear by afternoon.
  2. Polling to take place from 8.00am to 8.00pm,
  3. Voter need to show identification to vote. Acceptable forms of ID are a commonwealth passport, a Bermuda driver’s licence, a Special Persons Card, and Voters Identification Card.
  4. Total of 46,669 registered voters will cast their vote in the island today,with 36 polling stations.
  5. In 2012 elections OBA won with 19 seats and PLP got 17 seats.

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.
However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017


 

Candidates for General election 2017

 


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


Bermuda General election Results 2012

General elections were held in Bermuda on 17 December 2012. The result was a victory for the One Bermuda Alliance, which won 19 of the 36 seats in the House of Assembly. Incumbent Premier Paula Cox lost her Devonshire North West seat, and later resigned as leader of the Progressive Labour Party

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Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

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Bermuda General election results 2017 Constituency Party Winner Vote %

Bermuda General election results 2017 Constituency Party Winner

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.


 

Bermudan General election results 2017 live Details

Also Read : Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

PLP Won big in Bermuda General Election winning 24 out of 36 seats. For Majority, 15 seats minimum are required and PLP has much more than the required number to form the government.

PLP won 20,059 (58.89%) votes whereas OBA won 13,832(40.61%) votes.

PLP wins 24 and OBA wins 12 seats. Counting Completed.

Party Seats
PLP 24
OBA 12

Total Vote Count: 34060
Number of Registered Voters: 46669 

Bermuda Election Results 2017 By Constituency Winner Party Vote %

Constituency OBA PLP Winner
1 – ST. GEORGES NORTH  38.22% 61.78% PLP
2 – ST. GEORGES WEST  34.29% 65.71% PLP
3 – ST. DAVIDS  23.63% 76.37% PLP
4 – ST. GEORGES SOUTH  39.69% 60.31% PLP
5 – HAMILTON EAST  19.20% 80.80% PLP
6 – HAMILTON WEST  28.79% 65.06% PLP
7 – HAMILTON SOUTH  51.10% 48.90% OBA
8 – SMITHS SOUTH  71.61% 26.92% OBA
9 – SMITHS WEST  57.14% 42.86% OBA
10 – SMITHS NORTH  52.26% 47.74% OBA
11 – DEVONSHIRE EAST  44.96% 55.04% PLP
12 – DEVONSHIRE SOUTH CENTRAL  83.02% 16.98% OBA
13 – DEVONSHIRE NORTH CENTRAL  35.36% 64.64% PLP
14 – DEVONSHIRE NORTH WEST  38.73% 57.14% PLP
15 – PEMBROKE EAST  9.06% 90.94% PLP
16 – PEMBROKE EAST CENTRAL  6.61% 93.39% PLP
17 – PEMBROKE CENTRAL  34.39% 65.61% PLP
18 – PEMBROKE WEST CENTRAL  33.78% 66.22% PLP
19 – PEMBROKE WEST  56.98% 43.02% OBA
20 – PEMBROKE SOUTH WEST  78.69% 21.31% OBA
21 – PEMBROKE SOUTH EAST  28.50% 67.25% PLP
22 – PAGET EAST  63.94% 36.06% OBA
23 – PAGET WEST  67.05% 32.95% OBA
24 – WARWICK SOUTH EAST  31.60% 68.40% PLP
25 – WARWICK NORTH EAST  53.53% 46.47% OBA
26 – WARWICK SOUTH CENTRAL  20.96% 79.04% PLP
27 – WARWICK NORTH CENTRAL  33.83% 66.17% PLP
28 – WARWICK WEST  49.43% 50.57% PLP
29 – SOUTHAMPTON EAST  16.65% 83.35% PLP
30 – SOUTHAMPTON EAST CENTRAL  52.71% 47.29% OBA
31 – SOUTHAMPTON WEST CENTRAL  52.54% 47.46% OBA
32 – SOUTHAMPTON WEST  28.37% 69.58% PLP
33 – SANDYS SOUTH  34.17% 65.83% PLP
34 – SANDYS SOUTH CENTRAL  18.89% 81.11% PLP
35 – SANDYS NORTH CENTRAL  28.84% 71.16% PLP
36 – SANDYS NORTH  33.98% 66.02% PLP

Seats won by the PLP

Wayne Furbert
Rolfe Commissiong
Kim Swan ­— won from OBA
Derrick Burgess
Zane DeSilva
Christopher Famous — won from OBA
Wayne Caines — won from OBA
Michael Weeks
Kim Wilson
Neville Tyrrell


Jamahl Simmons
Diallo Rabain
David Burch
Walton Brown
Dennis Lister
Dennis Lister III
Michael Scott

Seats held by the OBA


Jeff Baron
Patricia Gordon-Pamplin


Leah Scott
Susan Jackson
Trevor Moniz
Craig Cannonier
Sylvan Richards
Jeanne Atherden
Grant Gibbons
Michael Dunkley

  1. Constituency 5 Hamilton East – PLP's Derrick Burgess wins Over OBA's Peter Barrett
  2. Constituency 2 St. George’s West – PLP's Kim Swan wins Over OBA's Nandi Outerbridge
  3. Constituency 21 Pembroke South East – PLP's Rolfe Commissiong wins Over OBA's Rodney Smith and independent Elmore Warren
  4. Constituency 30 Southampton East Central – OBA's Leah Scott wins Over PLP's Quinton Butterfield
  5. Constituency 23 Paget West – OBA's Patricia Gordon-Pamplin wins Over PLP's Rev. Dr. Emilygail Dill

 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

Bermudan General election results 2017 live Voting Details

 

  1. Voting Started at 8 am today. Even though its raining now, it is expected to clear by afternoon.
  2. Polling to take place from 8.00am to 8.00pm,
  3. Voter need to show identification to vote. Acceptable forms of ID are a commonwealth passport, a Bermuda driver’s licence, a Special Persons Card, and Voters Identification Card.
  4. Total of 46,669 registered voters will cast their vote in the island today,with 36 polling stations.
  5. In 2012 elections OBA won with 19 seats and PLP got 17 seats.

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.
However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017


 

Candidates for General election 2017

 


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


Bermuda General election Results 2012

General elections were held in Bermuda on 17 December 2012. The result was a victory for the One Bermuda Alliance, which won 19 of the 36 seats in the House of Assembly. Incumbent Premier Paula Cox lost her Devonshire North West seat, and later resigned as leader of the Progressive Labour Party

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

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Bermuda General election 2017 Polling booth List Location

Bermuda General election 2017 Polling booth List Location

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.

 


Bermudan General election 2017 Polling Booth Details

Also Read: Bermudan General election results 2017 live Voting Details

Also Read : Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

Constituencies – Location Of Election Rooms
1 St. George’s North – East End Primary School
2 St. George’s West – Penno’s Wharf Terminal
3 St. Davids – Clearwater Middle School
4 St. George’s South – Holy Trinity Church Hall
5 Hamilton East – Francis Patton Primary School
6 Hamilton West – Harrington Sound Primary School
7 Hamilton South – Whitney Institute
8 Smith’s South – Elliot Primary School


9 Smith’s West – Somersfield Academy
10 Smith’s North – Christ Church Hall, Devonshire
11 Devonshire East – Horticultural Hall, Botanical Gardens
12 Devonshire South Central – Visitors’ Centre, Botanical Gardens
13 Devonshire North Central – Prospect Primary School
14 Devonshire North West – CedarBridge Academy
15 Pembroke East – Sports Pavilion, National Stadium
16 Pembroke East Central – Victor Scott Primary School
17 Pembroke Central – The Berkeley Institute
18 Pembroke West Central – Northlands Primary School
19 Pembroke West – West Pembroke Primary School

20 Pembroke South West – Seventh-day Adventist Church Hall, King Street
21 Pembroke South East – St. Paul’s Church Hall, Hamilton
22 Paget East – St, Paul’s Church Hall, Paget
23 Paget West – Evangelical Church Hall, Mission Road, Paget
24 Warwick South East – Bermuda College
25 Warwick North East – Paget Primary School
26 Warwick South Central – Bright Temple Church Hall
27 Warwick North Central – St. Mary’s Church Hall
28 Warwick West – Purvis Primary School
29 Southampton East – Windreach Bermuda

30 Southampton East Central – Heron Bay Primary School
31 Southampton West Central – Mount Zion Church Hall
32 Southampton West – Dalton E. Tucker Primary School
33 Sandys South – Somers Isle Lodge
34 Sandys South Central – West End Primary School
35 Sandys North Central – Somerset Primary School
36 Sandys North – St. James Church Hall

 

 

 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.
However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017


 

Candidates for General election 2017

 


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


Bermuda General election Results 2012

General elections were held in Bermuda on 17 December 2012. The result was a victory for the One Bermuda Alliance, which won 19 of the 36 seats in the House of Assembly. Incumbent Premier Paula Cox lost her Devonshire North West seat, and later resigned as leader of the Progressive Labour Party

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

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Bermuda General election results 2017 Voting Live Updates

Bermuda General election results 2017 Voting Live Updates

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.


Bermudan General election results 2017 live Voting Details

 

  1. Voting Started at 8 am today. Even though its raining now, it is expected to clear by afternoon.
  2. Polling to take place from 8.00am to 8.00pm,
  3. Voter need to show identification to vote. Acceptable forms of ID are a commonwealth passport, a Bermuda driver’s licence, a Special Persons Card, and Voters Identification Card.
  4. Total of 46,669 registered voters will cast their vote in the island today,with 36 polling stations.
  5. In 2012 elections OBA won with 19 seats and PLP got 17 seats.

Bermudan General election results 2017 live Details

 

Also Read : Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

PLP Won big in Bermuda General Election winning 24 out of 36 seats. For Majority, 15 seats minimum are required and PLP has much more than the required number to form the government.

PLP won 20,059 (58.89%) votes whereas OBA won 13,832(40.61%) votes.

PLP wins 24 and OBA wins 12 seats. Counting Completed.

David BURT is leading the PLP Party and is expected to be Premier of Bermuda next.

Who is David BURT Biography Family Education Career

Who is Michael Dunkley Biography Family Education Career

Also Read: Bermuda Cabinet Ministers List 2017

Party Seats
PLP 24
OBA 12

  Total Vote Count: 34060
Number of Registered Voters: 46669 

Also Read: Bermuda Election Results 2017 By Constituency Winner Party Vote %

Constituency OBA PLP Winner
1 – ST. GEORGES NORTH  38.22% 61.78% PLP
2 – ST. GEORGES WEST  34.29% 65.71% PLP
3 – ST. DAVIDS  23.63% 76.37% PLP
4 – ST. GEORGES SOUTH  39.69% 60.31% PLP
5 – HAMILTON EAST  19.20% 80.80% PLP
6 – HAMILTON WEST  28.79% 65.06% PLP
7 – HAMILTON SOUTH  51.10% 48.90% OBA
8 – SMITHS SOUTH  71.61% 26.92% OBA
9 – SMITHS WEST  57.14% 42.86% OBA
10 – SMITHS NORTH  52.26% 47.74% OBA
11 – DEVONSHIRE EAST  44.96% 55.04% PLP
12 – DEVONSHIRE SOUTH CENTRAL  83.02% 16.98% OBA
13 – DEVONSHIRE NORTH CENTRAL  35.36% 64.64% PLP
14 – DEVONSHIRE NORTH WEST  38.73% 57.14% PLP
15 – PEMBROKE EAST  9.06% 90.94% PLP
16 – PEMBROKE EAST CENTRAL  6.61% 93.39% PLP
17 – PEMBROKE CENTRAL  34.39% 65.61% PLP
18 – PEMBROKE WEST CENTRAL  33.78% 66.22% PLP
19 – PEMBROKE WEST  56.98% 43.02% OBA
20 – PEMBROKE SOUTH WEST  78.69% 21.31% OBA
21 – PEMBROKE SOUTH EAST  28.50% 67.25% PLP
22 – PAGET EAST  63.94% 36.06% OBA
23 – PAGET WEST  67.05% 32.95% OBA
24 – WARWICK SOUTH EAST  31.60% 68.40% PLP
25 – WARWICK NORTH EAST  53.53% 46.47% OBA
26 – WARWICK SOUTH CENTRAL  20.96% 79.04% PLP
27 – WARWICK NORTH CENTRAL  33.83% 66.17% PLP
28 – WARWICK WEST  49.43% 50.57% PLP
29 – SOUTHAMPTON EAST  16.65% 83.35% PLP
30 – SOUTHAMPTON EAST CENTRAL  52.71% 47.29% OBA
31 – SOUTHAMPTON WEST CENTRAL  52.54% 47.46% OBA
32 – SOUTHAMPTON WEST  28.37% 69.58% PLP
33 – SANDYS SOUTH  34.17% 65.83% PLP
34 – SANDYS SOUTH CENTRAL  18.89% 81.11% PLP
35 – SANDYS NORTH CENTRAL  28.84% 71.16% PLP
36 – SANDYS NORTH  33.98% 66.02% PLP

Seats won by the PLP

Wayne Furbert
Rolfe Commissiong
Kim Swan ­— won from OBA
Derrick Burgess
Zane DeSilva
Christopher Famous — won from OBA
Wayne Caines — won from OBA
Michael Weeks
Kim Wilson
Neville Tyrrell


Jamahl Simmons
Diallo Rabain
David Burch
Walton Brown
Dennis Lister
Dennis Lister III
Michael Scott

Seats held by the OBA


Jeff Baron
Patricia Gordon-Pamplin


Leah Scott
Susan Jackson
Trevor Moniz
Craig Cannonier
Sylvan Richards
Jeanne Atherden
Grant Gibbons
Michael Dunkley

  1. Constituency 5 Hamilton East – PLP's Derrick Burgess wins Over OBA's Peter Barrett
  2. Constituency 2 St. George’s West – PLP's Kim Swan wins Over OBA's Nandi Outerbridge
  3. Constituency 21 Pembroke South East – PLP's Rolfe Commissiong wins Over OBA's Rodney Smith and independent Elmore Warren
  4. Constituency 30 Southampton East Central – OBA's Leah Scott wins Over PLP's Quinton Butterfield
  5. Constituency 23 Paget West – OBA's Patricia Gordon-Pamplin wins Over PLP's Rev. Dr. Emilygail Dill

 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.
However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017


 

Candidates for General election 2017

 


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


Bermuda General election Results 2012

General elections were held in Bermuda on 17 December 2012. The result was a victory for the One Bermuda Alliance, which won 19 of the 36 seats in the House of Assembly. Incumbent Premier Paula Cox lost her Devonshire North West seat, and later resigned as leader of the Progressive Labour Party

Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

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Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

Bermuda General election 2017 OBA PLP Candidate List

Bermuda General election Dates 2017

Bermuda General election Date: 18 July 2017

Bermuda General Election 2017 OBA and PLP candidate Lists have been declared.

Also Read: Bermuda General election results 2017 live Voting Details and Results


Bermuda OBA Candidate Lists 2017

Constituency #1 St Georges North: Kenneth Bascome [OBA] Renee Ming [PLP]
Constituency #2 George’s West: Nandi Outerbridge [OBA] Kim Swan [PLP]
Constituency #4 St George’s South: Suzann Roberts Holshouser [OBA] Tinee Furbert [PLP]
Constituency #5 Hamilton East: Peter Barrett [OBA]
Constituency #6 Hamilton West: Simone Barton [OBA]
Constituency #7 Hamilton South: Sylvan Richards [OBA]
Constituency #10 Smith’s North: Rev Dr Ernest Peets [PLP]


Constituency #17 Pembroke Central: Andrew Simons [OBA]
Constituency #18 Pembroke West Central: Nicholas Kempe [OBA]
Constituency #19 Pembroke West: Jeanne Atherden [OBA]
Constituency #20 Pembroke South West: Susan Jackson [OBA]
Constituency #24 Warwick South East: Nalton Brangman [OBA]
Constituency #25 Warwick North East: Jeff Baron [OBA]
Constituency #26 Warwick South Central: Robyn Swan [OBA]
Constituency #27 Warwick North Central: Sheila Gomez [OBA]
Constituency #28 Warwick West: Jeff Sousa [OBA]


Bermuda General Election 2017 PLP Candidate List

 

 

Bermuda General Election 2017 Details

General elections will be held in Bermuda on 18 July 2017 to elect all 36 members to the House of Assembly.

Head of State
Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 11 seats and the House of Assembly with 36 seats.
Electoral Law Bermuda Constituitional Order
Constituencies 36 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate 11 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms. In the House of Assembly 36 members are elected by popular vote to serve 5-year terms. Members of the Senate are appointed by the governor, the premier and members of the opposition parties.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements – age: 18 years
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualification & Disqualification under Sections 29&30 of the Bermuda Constituitional Order 1968.
Electoral Authority Parliamentary Registry Office (PRO)
Last Elections 17 Dec 2012
Next Elections 18 July 2017

Bermuda General election Results Live 2017

Area: 53 sq km (20.6 sq miles)| Population: 63,800 (UN, 2009)
Capital City: Hamilton


Electoral system of Bermuda

Under section 49(2) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968, the Parliament of Bermuda must be dissolved by the Governor five years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Premier advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 51(1) of the Constitution, a general election must be held no later than three months after a dissolution. The first meeting of the current parliament took place on 8 February 2013, meaning parliament would have needed to be dissolved before midnight on 7 February 2018 for an election to take place before 7 May 2018.


However, after the ruling One Bermuda Alliance lost its majority in the House of Assembly with the resignation of two MPs to sit as independents, the opposition Progressive Labour Party proposed a vote of no-confidence which was scheduled for 9 June 2017. However, Premier Michael Dunkley pre-empted the vote on 8 June 2017 by asking the Governor to dissolve the House and call an election for 18 July 2017

 


                        Bermuda Parties and leaders

 

Party
Political Leader
Progressive Labour Party or PLP David BURT
One Bermuda Alliance or OBA Michael DUNKLEY

 


 

Bermuda General election Results 2012

Party

 

 

 

 

Votes % +/– Seats +/–
One Bermuda Alliance 15949 51.68 4.34 19 5
Progressive Labour Party 14218 46.07 –6.38 17 –5
Independents 685 2.25 2.04 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 174
Total 31026 100 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 43652 71.08

Bermuda election 2017

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