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St. James Central
2018 CANDIDATES
 BLP
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Kerrie D.
SYMMONDS*
Barbados Labour
Party
 DLP
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George
CONNOLLY
Democratic Labour
Party
 SB
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Daniel
CHALBAUD
Solutions
Barbados
   
 UPP
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Wendell
CALLENDER
United Progressive
Party
 PDC/CUP
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Eric
MARSHALL
People's Democratic Congress
 IND
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Joseph
JORDAN
Independent
Candidate
   
CONSTITUENCY SNAPSHOT  
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Fitts Village, St. James, Barbados
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BACKGROUND
The constituency of St. James Cenral was created and first contested in 2003.
Year of creation 2003
Polling Divisions 11
Registered Electors (2013) 7,815
Voter Turnout (2013) 59.22%
   
Incumbent Kerrie SYMMONDS (BLP)
2013 RESULTS
Candidate Party Votes %
  SYMMONDS, K.D. winner BLP 2,315 50.18%
   
  HUTSON, E.G. DLP 2,247 48.71%
   
  MARSHALL, E.. PDC 51 1.11%
   
ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES  
Year   Winner Party % Votes Notes
2003   Kerrie D. SYMMONDS Barbados Labour Party 52.86% First time seat contested
2008   Edwin G. HUTSON Democratic Labour Party 52.52% DLP gain
2013   Kerrie D. SYMMONDS Barbados Labour Party 50.18% BLP gain
VOTING TRENDS  
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CONSTITUENCY TIMELINE  
Thursday
21 Feb 2013
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
KERRIE D. SYMMONDS winner BLP 2,315 50.18%
Edwin G. Hudson DLP 2,247 48.71%
Eric R. Marshall PDC 51 1.11%
Tuesday
15 Jan 2008
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
EDWIN GEORGE HUTSON winner DLP 2,378 52.52%
Kerrie D. Symmonds* BLP 2,150 47.48%
Wednesday
21 May 2003
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
KERRIE D.SIMMONS winner BLP 2,061 52.86%
Edwin G. Hutson DLP 1,838 47.14%
POLLING STATIONS (2018)  
Polling Division Areas
SJ1 Good Shepherd Church Hall, Fitts Village
SJ2 Full Gospel Assembly, Prospect
SJ3 Good Shepherd Primary School
SK1 Paynes Bay Methodist Church Hall
SK2 Courtney Browne and Luther King Pavilion
SK3 Frederick Smith Secondary School (St. James Secondary)
SL1 Paynes Bay Pentecostal Church
SL2 St. John the Baptist Church Hall
SM1 Evening Light Pentecostal Church
SM2 Welches Primary School
SM3 Bagatelle Pavilion
CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES
From a point on the western seacoast west of the terminus of the Batts Rock Road in a straight line to Batts Rock Road; thence along the middle of Batts Rock Road to its junction with Highway 1 (the Bridgetown-Holetown Road); thence in an easterly direction to the base of the Prospect-Appleby-Derricks Hill; thence in a northerly direction along the base of the Prospect-Appleby-Derricks Hill to a point at which it is crossed by Holders Hill Road-Thorpes Road; thence in an easterly and then southerly direction along the Holders Hill Road-Thorpes Road to its junction with Denny Road; thence along the middle of Denny Road to and through the southern side of Lot #18 Prior Park Gardens; thence in an easterly direction along the Prior Park Gardens Road to its junction with Prior Park Road; thence in a northerly direction to its junction with Prior Park Roundabout; thence in an easterly direction to its junction with the Ronald Mapp Highway (the Warrens-Bennetts Road); thence in a southerly direction along the Ronald Mapp Highway to its junction with the Terrace Drive Road, Welches Terrace; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Terrace Drive Road to the Apple Grove Gully; thence in a north-easterly direction along the Apple Grove Gully to its junction with the Bagatelle-Grand View Road; thence in a north-westerly direction along the Bagatelle-Grand View Road to its junction with the Ronald Mapp Highway; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of the Ronald Mapp Highway to its junction with the Ridgeway Bridge; thence in a westerly direction to a point adjacent to monument (B.8); thence in a northerly direction to the monument (B.8); thence in an easterly direction along the Seaview-Reeves Hill Road to its junction with the Ronald Mapp Highway; thence in a northerly direction to its junction with Highway C (the Trents-Apes Hill Road); thence in a westerly direction along Highway C to its junction with Highway 1 (the Bridgetown-Speightstown Road); thence in a westerly direction to a point on the seacoast; thence in a southerly direction along the seacoast to the point west of the terminus at the Batts Rock Road (the starting point).
Key
  Bajan Free Party   NDP = National Democratic Party   United Progressive Party
  Barbados Integrity Movement   People's Democratic Congress   WPB = Workers Party of Barbados
  Barbados Labour Party   PEP = People's Empowerment Party   Independent Candidate
  Democratic Labour Party   PPA = People's Political Alliance   *incumbent
  Kingdom Government of Barbados   Solutions Barbados   ** Political Leader
Sources
Barbados Electoral and Boundaries Commission
Bajan Free Party (2018). Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/Bajan-Free-Party-BFP-HonAlex-MitchellEl-1767331239973521/
Barbados Integrity Movement (2018). Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/barbdaosintegritymovement/?ref=py_c
Barbados Labour Party. (2018). Retrieved from https://www.blp.org.bb/
Coalition of United Party. (2018) Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/alexmitchell.el/
Democratic Labour Party. (2018). Retrieved from http://dlpbarbados.org/site/
Solutions Barbados. (2018). Retrieved from https://solutionsbarbados.com/
United Progressive Party. (2018). Retrieved from https://uppbarbados.org/
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