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St. Philip West
2018 CANDIDATES
 BLP
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John
KING
Barbados Labour
Party
 DLP
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David C.
ESTWICK*
Democratic Labour
Party
 SB
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Leighton
GREENIDGE
Solutions
Barbados
   
CONSTITUENCY SNAPSHOT  
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Emerald City Complex, Six Road, St. Philip, Barbados
Photo by Neil Gittens/CE
BACKGROUND
The constituency of St. Philip West was created and first contested in 2003.
Year of creation 2003
Polling Divisions 10
Registered Electors (2013) 8,994
Voter Turnout (2013) 67.50%
   
Incumbent David SETWICK (DLP)
2013 RESULTS
Candidate Party Votes %
  ESTWICK, D. winner DLP 3,720 61.64%
   
  EASTOMOND, L. BLP 2,315 38.36%
   
ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES  
Year   Winner Party % Votes Notes
2003   David C. ESTWICK Democratic Labour Party 54.57% First time seat contested
2008   David C. ESTWICK Democratic Labour Party 57.99% DLP hold
2013   David C. ESTWICK Democratic Labour Party 61.64% DLP hold
VOTING TRENDS  
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CONSTITUENCY TIMELINE  
Thursday
21 Feb 2013
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
DAVID C. ESTWICK winner DLP 3,720 61.64%
Lynette V. Eastmond BLP 2,315 38.36%
Tuesday
15 Jan 2008
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
DAVID C. ESTWICK winner DLP 3,166 57.99%
Lynette V. Eastmond BLP 2,294 42.01%
Wednesday
21 May 2003
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
DAVID C. ESTWICK winner DLP 2,714 54.57%
Lynette V. Eastmond BLP 2,259 45.43%
POLLING STATIONS (2013)  
Polling Division Areas
PJ1 St Philip's Church Hall (Old St. Philip's Senior School)
PJ2 Ebenezer Methodist Church
PK1 Princess Margaret Secondary School
PK2 Princess Margaret Secondary School
PL1 St. Martins Mangrove Primary School
PL2 St. Patrick's Primary School
PL3 Charnocks Pentecostal Church
PM1 St. Bartholomew Church
PM2 St. Patrick's Church Hall
PM3 Wayne Daniel Pavilion, Brereton
CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES
From a point on the coast south of Monument (B.17) placed at the edge of the cliff and east of the Airport boundary fence; thence in a northerly direction to Monument (B.17); thence in a northerly, westerly and northerly direction along a track leading to Highway 7 (the Rock Hall-Spencers Road), thence in a easterly direction along Highway 7 to its junction with Highway 5B (the Six Roads-Kirtons Road); thence along Highway 5B to its junction with Kirtons-Mangrove Road; thence in a westerly direction along Mangrove Road to its junction with Highway N (the Oldbury Road); thence in a north easterly direction to its junction with Highway 5B (the Six Roads-Four Roads-Kirtons Road); thence in a north-westerly direction to its junction with Six Cross Roads Roundabout; thence in an easterly direction along Highway 5 (the Carrington-Ruby Road) to its junction with Beulah Corner and Highway M (the Beulah-Bushy Park Road); thence along the middle of Highway M to its junction with Bushy Park-Harrow Road; thence along the middle of Bushy Park Road-Harrow Road to its junction with Marchfield-St. Philip Church Road; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of Marchfield-St. Philip Church Road to its junction with Church Village-Thickets Road; thence in a westerly direction to its junction with Cox Hill; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of Cox Hill to the junction at Hillview, thence along the middle of Hillview Road in a south westerly direction to monument (B.14), then generally westward to a point which is marked by Monument (B.13); thence in a westerly direction along a line joining this to a point in the gully running from Woodland, marked by Monument (B.12); thence in a southerly direction along this gully to the point at which it is crossed by Highway 4B (the Frenches-Chapel Road); thence in a westerly direction along the middle of Highway 4B to its junction with an unclassified road leading to Edgecumbe; thence in a southerly direction along this unclassified road to its junction with the Edgecumbe-Ebenezer Road; thence in a southerly direction along the middle of the Edgecumbe-Ebenezer Road to its junction with Highway 5 (Bridgetown-Windsor Road); thence along Highway 5 to its junction with Lower Greys-Boarded Hall-South District Road; thence in a southerly direction along Lower Greys-Dayrells Hill Road to its junction with Highway R (the Pilgrim-Ridge Road); thence along the middle of Highway R to its junction with the ABC Highway; thence along the middle of the ABC Highway to a point near light pole #499; thence in a southerly direction in a straight line to its junction with the Fairy Valley Road; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Fairy Valley Road to its junction with the Seawell House-Paragon Road; thence along the middle of the Seawell House-Paragon Road to a straight line leading to a point on the Sea Coast south of Paragon House; thence in an easterly direction along the sea coast to a point on the coast south of the Monument (B.17) (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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