are chosen by local parties, through national party
organisations - which must approve local candidates.
Candidates are not required to live in the constituencies
in which they run; the candidate with the most votes
wins the constituency seat. A total of 41 candidates will compete in the 2014 General Election (Read more @ Caribbean Elections Today).
ABLP = Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party; ABPM = Antiga BArbuda People's Movement; ABTLP = Antigua and Barbuda True Labour Party; BPM = Barbuda People's Movement; MLVOP = Missing Link VOP; UPP = United Progressive Party
ABLP = Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party; UPP = United Progressive Partry; ABTLP = Antigua and Barbuda True Labour Party; BPM = Barbuda Preople's Movemnet; ABPM = Antigua Barbuda People's Movement; IND = Independent Candidate; *incumbent; ** Political Leader
Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission
Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (2014). www.ablp.ag
United Progressive Party (2014). www.uppantigua.com
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