Cooks Island Parliament General election Results Dates 2018 by Party

Cooks Island Parliament General election Results Dates 2018 by Party

Cooks Island Parliamentary election Dates 2018

Election Date: 14 June 2018

  1. Tom Marsters made a public announcement on local radio stating that the elections would be held on Thursday 14 June.
  2. Radio Cook Islands reports the date will allow the next administration to pass the budget.
  3. The Cook Islands parliamentary staff say no official documentation or notice has been delivered yet.
  4. The Parliament of the Cook Islands is the legislature of the Cook Islands. Originally established under New Zealand colonial rule, it became the national legislature on independence in 1965.
    The Parliament consists of 24 members directly elected by universal suffrage from single-seat constituencies. Members are elected for a limited term, and hold office until Parliament is dissolved (a maximum of four years). It meets in the capital of Rarotonga.
    The Cook Islands follows the Westminster system of government, and is governed by a cabinet and Prime Minister commanding a majority in Parliament.
    The Speaker of the House is currently Niki Rattle. The Deputy Speaker is Rose Toki-Brown

Cooks Island Parliament General election Results Dates 2018 by Party

Elections – Cook Islands – Ministry of Finance and Economic Management

 


 

Table 1: Elector Population by constituency as at 12 June 2018                                    
Constituency Total 18-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85-89 90-94 95 –
RAROTONGA 8368 300 748 862 722 732 738 807 803 751 540 475 347 277 168 66 22 10
Tupapa-Maraerenga 1252 46 126 142 96 111 106 133 107 115 85 74 39 37 23 9 3  
Takuvaine-Tutakimoa 780 19 55 56 88 82 77 81 77 64 59 40 24 22 19 10 4 3
Avatiu-Ruatonga-Palmerston 733 34 60 86 53 63 64 68 58 71 57 39 23 27 18 8 3 1
Nikao-Panama 1156 44 120 123 119 127 105 121 105 77 55 67 44 24 18 6 1  
Ruaau 982 35 99 100 84 90 87 83 90 93 68 42 41 39 17 12 1 1
Akaoa 588 21 52 68 55 50 48 60 53 53 34 38 21 20 7 4 1 3
Murienua 628 16 60 70 59 43 66 68 62 45 40 31 30 18 15 2 3  
Titikaveka 928 36 65 89 68 77 69 74 114 103 52 63 52 33 24 7 2  
Ngatangiia 641 20 48 53 38 37 43 75 66 72 52 49 33 34 14 4 1 2
Matavera 680 29 63 75 62 52 73 44 71 58 38 32 40 23 13 4 3  
SOUTHERN ISLANDS 1964 54 120 127 145 119 159 183 216 221 158 151 137 89 54 24 7 0
Amuri-Ureia 358 5 23 36 31 23 30 26 37 30 32 23 29 16 12 2 3  
Arutanga-Reureu-Nikaupara 370 18 29 27 38 20 31 39 36 29 21 25 34 14 6 3    
Vaipae-Tautu 355 6 14 31 32 36 33 28 39 45 28 22 19 12 7 2 1  
Oneroa 183 3 13 2 4 8 16 23 21 31 13 15 15 9 6 3 1  
Ivirua 89 7 3 1 3 4 5 7 14 9 14 7 6 5 2 2    
Tamarua 58 1 3 2 2 2 7 4 2 12 7 4 3 5 2 1 1  
Teenui-Mapumai 120 6 4 13 10 13 6 10 11 9 8 13 4 6 3 3 1  
Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua 129 4 5 3 6 2 8 18 24 16 10 12 12 3 5 1    
Mauke 186 2 14 6 13 7 18 10 18 29 18 18 11 11 6 5    
Mitiaro 116 2 12 6 6 4 5 18 14 11 7 12 4 8 5 2    
NORTHERN ISLANDS 585 27 61 48 59 55 47 61 60 71 32 19 21 9 5 9 1 0
Rakahanga 61 1 3 4 5 11 7 9 2 6 6 2 3 1 1      
Manihiki 132 5 6 12 14 7 12 14 18 21 9 5 7   1 1    
Pukapuka-Nassau 271 19 38 23 27 19 15 27 27 33 13 7 9 4 3 7    
Penrhyn 121 2 14 9 13 18 13 11 13 11 4 5 2 4   1 1  
COOK ISLANDS 10917 381 929 1037 926 906 944 1051 1079 1043 730 645 505 375 227 99 30 10
Cooks Island Electoral Roll Details 2018  Southern Group Northern Group
  As at 19 April 2018  As at 10 May 2018  
Tupapa Maraerenga  Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Takuvaine Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Avatiu-Ruatonga-Palmerston   Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Nikao-Panama Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Ruaau Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Akaoa Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Murienua Main Roll  Supplementary Roll   
Titikaveka Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Ngatangiia Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Matavera Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
  As at 19 April 2018  As at 10 May 2018  
Amuri-Ureia Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Arutanga-Reureu-Nikaupara Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Vaipae-Tautu Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Oneroa Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Ivirua Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Tamarua Main Roll    Supplementary Roll  
Teenui-Mapumai Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Mauke Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Mitiaro Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
  As at 19 April 2018  As at 10 May 2018  
Rakahanga Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Manihiki Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Pukapuka-Nassau Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  
Penrhyn Main Roll  Supplementary Roll  

It wil be declared on 14th June evening after the voting ends.