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Voters in Grenada went to the polls on 19 February 2013 to elect members to the House of Representatives. Caribbean Elections provides information and current news for voters, students, teachers on the electoral process in Grenada.
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New National Party
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National Democratic Congress
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  Carriacou & Petite Martinique
  St. Andrew North East
  St. Andrew North West
  St. Andrew South East
  St. Andrew South West
  St. David
  St. George North East
  St. George North West
  St. George South
  St. George South East
  St. John
  St. Mark
  St. Patrick East
  St. Patrick West
  Town of St. George
Head of State Inherited monarchy with a Governor-General appointed by the British Monarch
Head of Government Prime Minister is appointed by the Governor-General
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 13 seats and the House of Assembly with 15 seats.
Electoral Law 1 January 1973
Constituencies 15 single-member constituencies
Voting System In the Senate, 10 members are appointed by the government to serve a 5-year term and 3 members are chosen by the opposition party to serve a 5-year term. In House of Representatives 15 members are elected by popular vote to serve a 5-year term.
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements - age: 18 years
- British Commonwealth citizenship
- fulfilment of residence or domicile requirements
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements Qualified electors
- age: 18 years
- British Commonwealth citizenship
- domicile or residence in country or residence for at least 12 months immediately before polling
- sufficient ability to speak and read English
- ineligibility: undischarged bankruptcy, allegiance to a foreign State, insanity, sentence of death or imprisonment exceeding one year, government contractors
- nomination by at least six registered electors of the constituency
- deposit of EC$ 300, reimbursed if candidate obtains at least 1/8 of the constituency vote
Electoral Authority Supervisor of Elections
Last Elections 19 February 2013
Next Elections 13 March 2018
Country Profile Government Structure Election Basics Political Timeline Electoral Legislation
Year Polling Day Winning Party Total Seats Voter Turnout
Party % votes Seats
1951 Wed, 10 Oct 1951   Grenada Mental and Manual Workers Union 68.84% 6 8 70.21%
1954 Mon, 20 Sep 1954   Grenada United Labour Party 48.66% 6 8 67.40%
1957 Tue, 24 Sep 1957   Coalition of Parties   - 8 68.40%
1961 Mon, 27 Mar 1961   Grenada United Labour Party 53.35% 8 10 55.49%
1962 Thu, 13 Sep 1962   Grenada National Party 45.98% 6 10 72.60%
1967 Thu, 24 Aug 1967   Grenada United Labour Party 54.51% 7 10 74.82%
1972 Mon, 28 Feb 1972   Grenada United Labour Party 58.87% 13 15 83.49%
1976 Tue, 7 Dec 1976   Grenada United Labour Party 51.83% 9 15 65.26%
1984 Mon, 3 Dec 1984   New National Party 58.61% 14 15 86.19%
1990 Tue, 13 Mar 1990   National Democratic Congress + The National Party 52.04% 9 15 68.59%
1995 Tue, 20 Jun 1995   New National Party 32.34% 8 15 61.71%
1999 Mon, 18 Jan 1999   New National Party 62.47% 15 15 56.54%
2003 Thu, 27 Nov 2003   New National Party 47.77% 8 15 57.71%
2008 Tue, 8 Jul 2008   National Democratic Congress 51.17% 11 15 79.31%
2013 Tue, 19 Feb 2013   New National Party 58.82% 15 15 87.73%
2018 Thu, 13 Mar 2018   - - - - -
Year Report Download
2013 Preliminary Statement issed by the CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission to the General Elections in Grenada, 19 February 2013 Download
Verbal Report of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission for the General Elections in Grenada February 19, 2013 Download
2008 Preliminary Statement issed by the CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission to the General Elections in Grenada, 8 July 2008 Download
Final Report of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission for the General Elections in Grenada July 8, 2008 Download
2003 Report of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission to the General Elections Held in Grenada - 2003 Download
1999 Report of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States to the General Elections in Grenada 1999 Download
NNP= New National Party; NDC=National Democratic Congress; IND = Independent; * Incumbent; ** Political Leader
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