Cayman Islands General Elections Results 2017 District Candidate Vote %

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Cayman islands General Elections Dates 2017

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 Voting Live 2017

Read: Cayman Island Election Candidate List 2017 Here

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

Voting Will start on 24th May morning from 7 am onwards local time. Results would be declared soon

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.

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


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.

WEST BAY CENTRAL

       
      Postal &
Mobile
WBC    
1 Ebanks, Capt. Eugene 32 403 435 55.98%
2 Ebanks-Wilks, Katherine  28 314 342 44.02%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
WEST BAY NORTH        
      Postal &
Mobile
WBN    
1 Bush, Bernie Alfredo 19 287 306 38.06%
2 Orrett-Ebanks, Sarah Louise 3 66 69 8.58%
3 Smith, Mervin Jonathon 19 172 191 23.76%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
WEST BAY SOUTH        
      Postal &
Mobile
WBS    
1 Jefferson, John Dwight 29 287 316 31.85%
2 Rankin, Burns  ** 2 66 68 6.85%
3 Rivers, Tara Antoinette 41 172 213 21.47%
4 Young, Laura Revon ** 9 763    
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
WEST BAY WEST        
      Postal &
Mobile
WBW    
1 Bush, William McKeeva 51 554 605 71.26%
2 Orrett, Daphne Louise ** 5 63 68 8.01%
3 Rivers, Paul Desmond  8 168 176 20.73%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
GEORGE TOWN CENTRAL      
      Postal &
Mobile
GTC    
1 Archer, Marco Shearer 49 411 460 48.17%
2 Bryan, Kenneth Vernon 32 463 495 51.83%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
GEORGE TOWN EAST        
      Postal &
Mobile
GTE    
1 Bodden, Theresa Elizabeth 6 187 193 21.42%
2 McTaggart, Roy Michael 29 381 410 45.50%
3 Roulstone, Sharon Elaine 10 182 192 21.31%
4 Webster, Dr. Kenrick Herbert 5 101 106 11.76%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
GEORGE TOWN NORTH        
      Postal &
Mobile
GTN    
1 Hew, Joseph Xavier 49 353 402 51.08%
2 McGaw-Lumsden, Pearlina 16 252 268 34.05%
3 Thompson, Karin M. 6 111 117 14.87%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
GEORGE TOWN SOUTH        
      Postal &
Mobile
GTS    
1 Adam, Mike   17 290 307 33.30%
2 Conolly, Barbara Elizabeth  34 341 375 40.67%
3 Hurlston, Paul Wendell ** 6 66 72 7.81%
4 Lindsay, Alric Jeremy  ** 11 79 90 9.76%
5 Tyson, Catherine Rosita ** 7 71 78 8.46%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
GEORGE TOWN WEST        
      Postal &
Mobile
GTW    
1 Piercy, Jonathan Bardowell 19 315 334 38.97%
2 Solomon, Ellio Anthony 3 90 93 10.85%
3 Warren Jr., Dennie Erling ** 4 76 80 9.33%
4 Wight, David Charles 34 316 350 40.84%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
PROSPECT          
      Postal &
Mobile
PROSP    
1 Harris Jr., Austin Osmond 28 438 466 54.63%
2 Leslie, Matthew Tyrone 2 56 58 6.80%
3 Seymour, Lucille Dell 29 300 329 38.57%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
RED BAY          
      Postal &
Mobile
RED    
1 McField, Dr. Frank Swarres 3 89 92 10.90%
2 McLaughlin, Alden  47 431 478 56.64%
3 Tibbetts, Denniston Leitch 16 258 274 32.46%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
BODDEN TOWN EAST        
      Postal &
Mobile
BTE    
1 Berry, Arnold Thomas ** 2 39 41 3.64%
2 Bodden, Osbourne Vendryes 15 275 290 25.78%
3 Bodden, Robert Anthony  21 346 367 32.62%
4 Seymour, Dwayne Stanley "John John" 25 402 427 37.96%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
BODDEN TOWN WEST        
      Postal &
Mobile
BTW    
1 Berry, Stafford 10 207 217 19.91%
2 Bodden Robinson, Maxine Jolevet 29 277 306 28.07%
3 McLean, Gilbert Allan 17 170 187 17.16%
4 Saunders, Christopher Selvin 22 358 380 34.86%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
NEWLANDS          
      Postal &
Mobile
NEW    
1 Gonzalez Jr., Raul 4 152 156 15.49%
2 Panton, Gurney Wayne 46 372 418 41.51%
3 Suckoo, Alva Horatio 27 406 433 43.00%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
SAVANNAH          
      Postal &
Mobile
SAV    
1 Bodden, Heather Dianne 34 323 357 36.92%
2 Eden, Anthony Samuel 25 421 446 46.12%
3 McTaggart, Kent Ashton 9 155 164 16.96%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =          
             
             
             
NORTH SIDE          
      Postal &
Mobile
NS    
1 Chisholm, Edward Owen  12 127 139 23.40%
2 Ebanks, Johany "Jay" 7 172 179 30.13%
3 Ebanks, Justin Craig 10 65 75 12.63%
4 Miller, Ezzard Denison 26 175 201 33.84%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =        
             
EAST END          
      Postal &
Mobile
EE    
1 McLean, Jr., John Bonwell   11 63 74 12.50%
2 McLean, V. Arden 48 224 272 45.95%
3 Rankine, Isaac Douglas 25 221 246 41.55%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =        
             
CAYMAN BRAC EAST        
      Postal &
Mobile
CBE    
1 Connolly, Juliana O'Connor   26 199 225 55.15%
2 Dixon, Rudolph Lenbergh 6 177 183 44.85%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =        
             
             
             
CAYMAN BRAC WEST & LITTLE CAYMAN    
             
      Postal &
Mobile
CBW&LC    
1 Kirkconnell III, Moses  34 268 302 76.07%
2 Moore, Maxine Avon  18 77 95 23.93%
  TOTAL BALLOTS COUNTED IN DISTRICT  =        
             
             
             

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

Cayman Island Election Candidate List 2017 Here

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