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Anguilla Election Centre 2015
Anguilla Election Centre 2015
Voters in Anguilla went to the polls on 22 April 2015 to elect members to the House of Assembly. Caribbean Elections provides information and current news for voters, students, teachers on the election and the Anguilla electoral process.
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PARTIES DISTRICTS CANDIDATES RESULTS PAST EDUCATION
POLITICAL PARTIES
AUF
Anguilla United Front
AUF
Victor BANKS
Political Leader
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7 CANDIDATES - 6 SEATS
AUM
Anguilla United Movement
AUM
Ellis WEBSTER
Political Leader
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7 CANDIDATES - 0 SEATS
DOVE
Party
DOVE
Sutcliffe HODGE
Political Leader
No Manifesto Avaialble
3 CANDIDATES - 0 SEATS
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES = 2 (1 SEAT WON); TOTAL CANDIDATES = 19
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS
Electoral Map
Anguilla elects on territorial level a legislature. The House of Assembly has 11 members, 7 members elected for a five-year term in single-seat constituencies, 2 ex officio members and 2 nominated members.
 District 1: Island Harbour
 District 2: Sandy Hill
 District 3: Valley North
 District 4: Valley South
 District 5: Road North
 District 6: Road South
 District 7: West End
OVERVIEW OF ELECTORAL SYSTEM
Head of State Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Chief Minister appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Unicameral House of Assembly
Electoral Law Anguilla Constitution Order (1982, as amended) and the Elections Act (2008, as amended)
Constituencies 7 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the House of Assembly, 7 members are elected by plurality vote in single-member constituencies to serve 5-year terms, 2 members are appointed ex officio to serve 5-year terms and 2 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements

Age: 18 years

a) Is a British Dependent Territories citizen born in Anguilla, and is domiciled there at the qualifying date;

or b) Is (i) a person who belongs to Anguilla who has resided in Anguilla for a period of not less than twelve months immediately before the qualifying date, and is domiciled there at that date, and is the lawful spouse, widow or widower, or the son or daughter or the spouse of such son or daughter of a person who was born in Anguilla; or (ii) is a person who belongs to Anguilla who is domiciled in Anguilla and has resided there for a period of at least five years immediately before the qualifying date.

Candidate Eligibility and Requirements

21 years

The candidate shall either 1) be born in Anguilla and be domiciled there at the date of his nomination for election; or 2) been residing in Anguilla for a period of not less than three years immediately before the date of his nomination for election and is domiciled there at that date and is the son or daughter of parents at least one of whom was born in Anguilla.

Registered to vote.

Electoral Authority Supervisor of Elections
Last Elections 22 April 2015
Next Elections April 2020
VOTER EDUCATION
Country Profile Government Structure
Election Basics Electoral Legislation
PAST ELECTIONS
1972 Mon, 24 Jul 1972 People’s Progressive Party - 6 7 46.92%
1976 Mon, 15 Mar 1976 People’s Progressive Party 56.10% 6 7 71.67%
1980 Wed, 28 May 1980 Anguilla United Movement - 6 7 79.16%
1981 Mon, 22 Jun 1981 Anguilla People's Party - 5 7 -
1984 Fri, 09 Mar 1984 Anguilla National Alliance 53.80% 4 7 72.17%
1989 Mon, 27 Feb 1989 Anguilla National Alliance + IND 46.53% 4 7 73.24%
1994 Wed, 16 Mar 1994 AUP + ADP Coalition 43.39% 4 7 75.17%
1999 Thu, 04 Mar 1999 AUP + ADP Coalition 47.52% 5 7 73.70%
2000 Fri, 03 Mar 2000 Anguilla United Front 47.17% 4 7 64.16%
2005 Mon, 21 Feb 2005 Anguilla United Front 39.09% 4 7 74.49%
2010 Mon, 15 Feb 2010 Anguilla United Movement 32.68% 4 7 82.07%
2015 Wed, 22 Apr 2015 Anguilla United Front 54.47% 6 7 73.14%
VOTING TRENDS
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ELECTION REPORTS
Year Report Download
2015 Commonwealth Parliamentary Association British Islands and Mediterranean Region Electoral Observer Mission for the General Elections in Anguilla 22 April 2015 Download
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