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St. Michael North West
2018 CANDIDATES
 BLP
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Neil
ROWE
Barbados Labour
Party
 DLP
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Christopher P.
SINCKLER*
Democratic Labour
Party
     
CONSTITUENCY SNAPSHOT  
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Free Hill, Black Rock, St. Michael, Barbados
Photo by Neil Gittens/CE
BACKGROUND
St. constituency of St. Michael North West was created and first contested in 1971.
Year of creation 1971
Polling Divisions 10
Registered Electors (2013) 6,942
Voter Turnout (2013) 57.72%
   
Incumbent Christopher SINCKLER (DLP)
2013 RESULTS
Candidate Party Votes %
  SINCKLER, C. winner DLP 2,650 63.35%
   
  NICHOLLS, G. BLP 1,533 36.65%
   
ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES  
Year   Winner Party % Votes Notes
1971   Philip M. GREAVES Democratic Labour Party 57.69% First time seat contested
1976   Ezra ALLEYNE Barbados Labour Party 52.18% BLP gain
1981   Lawson A. WEEKES Democratic Labour Party 53.04% DLP gain
1986   Lawson A. WEEKES Democratic Labour Party 69.24% DLP hold
1991   Lawson A. WEEKES Democratic Labour Party 62.00% DLP hold
1994   Lawson A. WEEKES Democratic Labour Party 46.69% DLP hold
1999   Mark Z. WILLIAMS Barbados Labour Party 50.38% BLP gain
2003   Clyde A. MASCOLL Democratic Labour Party 57.99% DLP gain
2008   Christopher P. SINCKLER Democratic Labour Party 53.84% DLP hold
2013   Christopher P. SINCKLER Democratic Labour Party 63.35% DLP hold
VOTING TRENDS  
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CONSTITUENCY TIMELINE  
Thursday
21 Feb 2013
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
CHRISTOPHER P. SINCKLER winner DLP 2,650 63.35%
Gregory P.B. Nicholls BLP 1,533 36.65%
Tuesday
15 Jan 2008
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
CHRISTOPHER P. SINCKLER winner DLP 2,330 53.84%
Clyde A. Mascoll* BLP 1,990 48.35%
Akil Umi PDC 8 0.18%
Wednesday
21 May 2003
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
CLYDE A. MASCOLL winner DLP 2,450 57.99%
Mark Z. Williams BLP 1,775 42.01%
Wednesday
20 Jan 1999
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
MARK Z. WILLIAMS winner BLP 1,902 50.38%
Clyde A. Mascoll DLP 1,873 49.62%
Tuesday
6 Sep 1994
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
LAWSON A. WEEKES winner DLP 1,683 46.69%
Orville C. Applewhaite NDP 344 9.54%
Carlisle A. Best BLP 1,517 42.08%
Sally M. Cools IND 61 1.69%
Tuesday
22 Jan 1991
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
LAWSON A. WEEKES winner DLP 2,139 62.00%
Leroy F. Callender BLP  1,065 30.87%
Sally M.S. Cools NDP 246 7.13%
Friday
28 Mar 1986
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
LAWSON A. WEEKES winner DLP 3,116 69.24%
John E.D. Williams BLP 1,384 30.76%
Thursday
18 Jun 1981
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
LAWSON A. WEEKES winner DLP 2,133 53.05%
Anthony Reece BLP 1,790 44.52%
J. Rice IND 98 2.44%
Thursday
2 Sep 1976
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
EZRA ALLEYNE winner BLP 2,797 52.18%
Philip M. Greaves DLP 2,563 47.82%
Thursday
9 Sep 1971
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
Philip M. GREAVES winner DLP 2,925 57.69%
L. Whitehead BLP 2,145 42.31%
POLLING STATIONS (2013)  
Polling Division Areas
HA1 Carlton Club House
HA2 St. Stephen's Nursery School
HA3 St. Stephen's Primary School
HA4 Ellerslie Secondary School
HA5 Mt.Hermon United Centre, Cave Hill
HB1 Deacons Development Complex
HB2 Deacons Primary School
HB3 Carlton Club House
HC1 Church of Christ, Black Rock Main Road
HC2 Eagle Hall Primary School
CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES
From a point on the western sea coast west of the junction of Spring Garden Highway with Brandons Road in a straight line to Brandons Road; thence along the middle of Brandons Road to its junction with Lower Westbury Road and Lower Deacons Road; thence in a northerly and north easterly direction along the middle of Lower Deacons Road to its junction with Goodland Cross Road; thence in a south easterly direction along the middle of Goodland Cross Road to its junction with Bridge Gap; thence in a north easterly direction along the middle of Bridge Gap to its junction with Highway 1 (Eagle Hall-Holetown Road); thence in a north westerly direction along the middle of Highway 1 to its junction with St. Stephens Hill; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of St. Stephens Hill to its junction with Cave Hill Road; thence in a westerly, south westerly and westerly direction along the middle of Cave Hill Road to its junction with University Drive; thence in a westerly and then southerly direction along the middle of University Drive to its junction with Highway 1; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of Highway 1 to its junction with Batts Rock Road; thence in a westerly direction along the middle of Batts Rock Road to its terminus; thence in a straight line to a point on the western sea coast, west of the Batts Rock Road terminus; thence in a southerly direction along the sea coast to a point on the coast west of the junction of Spring Garden Highway with Brandons 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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 Christ Church South
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 St. John
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 POLITICAL PARTIES learn more
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  Barbados Labour Party
  Democratic Labour Party
  Kingdom Government of Barbados
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  Solutions Barbados
  United Progressive Party
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