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National General Elections Date: 24 May 2017 

Elections in the Cayman Islands gives information on election and election results in the Cayman Islands. An election is a process in which a vote is held to elect candidates to an office. It is the mechanism by which a democracy fills elective offices in the legislature, and sometimes the executive and judiciary, and in which electorates choose local government officials.


Cayman island General elections Candidate List 2017

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Read: Cayman Island Election results Live 2017 Live by District and Party

Party Seats Votes%
CDP 3 24.08
Independent 9 44.69
Progressives 7 31.23
Voter Turnout   74.75%
% Counted   100%

Mr Rodan will be one of a delegation of six observers who are travelling to Grand Cayman – a British overseas territory – ahead of their general elections on May 24.

Cayman Islands Detailed election Results 2017 by District

West Bay North – Mr. Bernie Bush
West Bay West – Mr. McKeeva Bush
West Bay Central – Capt. Eugene Ebanks
West Bay South – Ms. Tara Rivers
George Town North – Mr. Joseph Hew
George Town West – Mr. David Wight
George Town Central – Mr. Kenneth Bryan
George Town South – Ms. Barbara Conolly
George Town East – Mr. Roy McTaggart
Red Bay – Mr. Alden McLaughlin
Prospect – Mr. Austin Harris


Savannah – Mr. Anthony Eden
Newlands – Mr. Alva Suckoo
Bodden Town West – Mr. Christopher Saunders
Bodden Town East – Mr. Dwayne Seymour
Northside – Mr. Ezzard Miller
East End – Mr. Arden McLean
Cayman Brac West & Little Cayman – Mr. Moses Kirkconnell
Cayman Brac East – Ms. Juliana Connolly


ELECTORAL DISTRICT

 

 

 

CANDIDATE'S SURNAME CANDIDATE'S CHRISTIAN NAMES STATUS
WEST BAY NORTH       
1 Bush  Bernie Alfredo CDP
2 Orrett-Ebanks Sarah Louise IND
3 Smith  Mervin Jonathon IND
       
WEST BAY WEST      
1 Bush William McKeeva CDP
2 Orrett Daphne Louise  Progressives 
3 Rivers  Paul Desmond  IND
       
WEST BAY CENTRAL      
       
1 Ebanks Capt. Eugene  CDP
2 Ebanks-Wilks Katherine  IND
       
WEST BAY SOUTH       
1 Jefferson John Dwight  CDP
2 Rankin Burns  IND
3 Rivers  Tara Antoinette IND
4 Young  Laura Revon IND 
GEORGE TOWN NORTH       
1 Hew Joseph Xavier Progressives
2 McGaw-Lumsden Pearlina CDP
3 Thompson  Karin M.  IND 
       
GEORGE TOWN WEST      
1 Piercy  Jonathan Bardowell CDP
2 Solomon  Ellio Anthony IND
3 Warren, Jr.  Dennie Erling IND
4 Wight  David Charles Progressives
       
GEORGE TOWN CENTRAL     
1 Archer Marco Shearer     Progressives
2 Bryan Kenneth Vernon  IND
       
GEORGE TOWN SOUTH       
1 Adam  Mike CDP
2 Conolly Barbara Elizabeth  Progressives
3 Hurlston Paul Wendell  IND
4 Lindsay  Alric Jeremy  IND
5 Tyson Catherine Rosita IND
GEORGE TOWN EAST       
1 Bodden Theresa Elizabeth CDP
2 McTaggart Roy Michael Progressives
3 Roulstone  Sharon Elaine IND 
4 Webster Dr. Kenrick Herbert IND 
       
RED BAY       
1 McField Dr. Frank Swarres IND
2 McLaughlin  Alden  Progressives
3 Tibbetts  Denniston Leitch CDP
       
PROSPECT       
1 Harris, Jr. Austin Osmond IND
2 Leslie Matthew Tyrone IND
3 Seymour  Lucille Dell Progressives
SAVANNAH       
1 Bodden  Heather Dianne Progressives
2 Eden Anthony Samuel IND
3 McTaggart Kent Ashton IND
       
NEWLANDS      
1 Gonzalez, Jr. Raul IND 
2 Panton  Gurney Wayne  Progressives 
3 Suckoo Alva Horatio  IND 
       
BODDEN TOWN WEST       
1 Berry Stafford CDP
2 Bodden Robinson  Maxine Jolevet Progressives
3 McLean Gilbert Allan  IND
4 Saunders  Christopher Selvin  IND
       
BODDEN TOWN EAST       
1 Berry  Arnold Thomas  IND
2 Bodden  Osbourne Vendryes Progressives
3 Bodden  Robert Anthony  CDP
4 Seymour Dwayne Stanley "John John" IND
       
NORTH SIDE       
1 Chisholm Edward Owen  Progressives
2 Ebanks  Johany "Jay" IND
3 Ebanks  Justin Craig IND
4 Miller Ezzard Denison IND
       
EAST END      
1 McLean, Jr. John Bonwell IND
2 McLean V. Arden IND
3 Rankine Isaac Douglas IND
       
CAYMAN BRAC WEST & LITTLE CAYMAN    
1 Kirkconnell, III Moses  Progressives
2 Moore Maxine Avon  IND
       
CAYMAN BRAC EAST       
1 Connolly Juliana O'Connor Progressives
2 Dixon  Rudolph Lenbergh IND

Electoral system of Cayman Island

 

The Cayman Islands elect on territorial level a legislature. The Legislative Assembly has 20 members, 18 elected members for a four-year term in two-seat constituencies and 2 members ex officio. In the 2000 elections, with a turnout of 80% only non-partisans were elected. After the election members of parliament formed the United Democratic Party. The Cayman Islands had a no-party system, but it evolved into a two-party system, the opposition United Democratic Party and the current ruling People's Progressive Movement party.

 


Candidates for General election 2017

N/A

Cayman Island Parties and leaders

United Democratic Party, People's Progressive Movement, Cayman Vanguard Party, National Democratic Party.

Cayman Island General election Results

 

Legislative Assembly election results

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

 

People's Progressive Movement

21,859

36.1

9

+4

 

United Democratic Party

16,816

27.8

3

–6

 

Coalition for Cayman

11,275

18.6

3

New

 

People's National Alliance

3,436

5.7

1

New

 

Independents

7,212

11.9

2

+1

Total votes cast

60,598

100

18

+3

Total voters

14,760

Registered voters/turnout

18,492

79.82