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Montserratians went to the polls on Thursday, 11 September 2014 to elect a new government. Caribbean Elections provides information and current news for voters, students, teachers on the election and the Montserrat electoral process.
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PARTIES DISTRICTS CANDIDATES 2014 RESULTS PAST EDUCATION
POLITICAL PARTIES
MCAP
Movement for Change and Prosperity
MCAP
Reuben MEADE
Political Leader
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9 CANDIDATES - 2 SEATS
PDM
People's Democratic Movement

PDM
Donaldson ROMEO
Political Leader
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9 CANDIDATES - 7 SEATS
AIC
Alliance of Independent Candidates

AIC
Lowell LEWIS
Political Leader
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3 CANDIDATES - 0 SEATS
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES = 2 (1 SEAT WON); TOTAL CANDIDATES = 19
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS
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OVERVIEW OF ELECTORAL SYSTEM
Head of State Inherited monarchy with a Governor appointed by the Briish Monarch
Head of Government Premier appointed by Governor
Structure of Parliament Unicameral Legislative Assembly with 9 seats + 2 ex-officio members
Electoral Law Constitution
Constituencies 9 single-member constituencies
Voting System Voting at Large
Term of Office 5 years
Voter Requirements

every person who:
- has attained the age of eighteen years; and
- is not a person of unsound mind so found under any law in force in Montserrat; and
- is a Commonwealth citizen; and
- has resided in Montserrat for 36 months immedi­ately preceding the date of registration as a voter or is domiciled in Montserrat and is resident therein at the date of such registration; and
- is not disqualified under the provisions of this Act from being registered as a voter;
shall be entitled to be registered as a voter and, when registered, to vote at an election:

Candidate Eligibility and Requirements -
Electoral Authority Department of Administration
Last Elections 11 September 2014
Next Elections September 2019
VOTER EDUCATION
Country Profile Government Structure Election Basics Political History of TCI Electoral Legislation
2014 ELECTION - BY THE NUMBERS
Voter Information 3,868
REGISTERED VOTERS
View Electoral Districts/Constituencies 6
POLLING DISTRICTS
Learn more about Election 2013 candidates 31
ELECTION CANDIDATES
PARTY CANDIDATES RESULTS
Female Male Total 2014 2009
MCAP MCAP
Movement for Change and Prosperity
1 8 9 2 6
PDM PDM
People's Democratic Movement
2 7 9 7 0
AIC AIC
Alliance of Independent Candidates
0 3 3 0 0
PDM IND
Independent Candidates
2 8 10 0 3
    5 26 31 9 9
The unicameral Legislative Assembly compries 11 seats - 9 members popularly elected to serve five-year terms; the Attorney General and Financial Secretary sit as ex-officio members.
PAST ELECTIONS
1952 Wednesday, 20 February 1952 Montserrat Labour Party - 5 5 -
1955 Friday, 18 March 1955 Montserrat Labour Party - 4 5 -
1958 Thursday, 8 May 1958 Montserrat Labour Party - 4 5 -
1961 Thursday, 2 March 1961 Montserrat Labour Party - 5 5 -
1966 1966 Montserrat Labour Party - - 5 -
1970 Tuesday, 15 December 1970 Progressive Democratic Party 64.5% 7 7 80.00%
1973 Thursday, 20 September 1973 Progressive Democratic Party 71.8% 5 7 -
1978 November 1978 People's Liberation Movement 64.4% 7 7 -
1983 February 1983 People's Liberation Movement - 5 7 -
1987 Tuesday, 25 August 1987 People's Liberation Movement - 4 7 -
1991 Tuesday, 8 October 1991 National Progressive Party 43.0% 4 7 64.00%
1996 Monday, 11 November 1996 Coalition (MNR + NPP + IND) - 4 7 58.11%
2001 Monday, 2 April 2001 New People's Liberation Movement 51.8% 7 9 77.48%
2006 Wednesday, 31 May 2006 Coalition (MDP + NPLM + IND) 63.9% 5 9 74.63%
2009 Tuesday, 8 September 2009 Movement for Change and Prosperity 52.6% 6 9 66.75%
2014 Thursday, 11 September 2014 People's Democratic Movement 50.1% 7 9 71.06%
ELECTION REPORTS
Year Report Download
2014 Commonwealth Parliamentary Association British Islands and Mediterranean Region, Election Observer Mission, Montserrat General Election September 2014 Final Report Download
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