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Grenada Constituencies
Grenada is divided into 15 electoral districts or constituencies. Select a constituency to learn more about the candidates and the constituency itself.  Click on the candidate's photo or name to learn more about the candidate.
Constituency Map
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
 
CONSTITUENCY TIMELINE
The number of constituencies in Grenada has increased from eight during the 1951 election to the present 15.
Number of Constituencies 8 10 15
Elections 1951, 1954, 1957 1961, 1962, 1967 1972, 1976, 1984, 1990, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2018
Constituencies Carriacou Carriacou Carriacou & Petite Martinique
St. Andrew North St. Andrew North St. Andrew North East
St. Andrew South St. Andrew South St. Andrew North West
St. David St. David St. Andrew South East
St. George Parish St. George Parish North St. Andrew South West
St. George's Town St. George Parish South St. David
St. John/St. Mark St. George's Town St. George North East
St. Patrick St. John St. George North West
  St. Mark St. George South
  St. Patrick St. George South East
    St. John
    St. Mark
    St. Patrick East
    St. Patrick West
    Town of St. George
Key
NNP = New National Party; NDC = New Democratic Congress; GEM = Grenada Empowerment Movement; GPM = Grenada Progressive Movement; GRP = Grenada Renaissance Party; GUPM = Grenada United Patriotic Movement; TLP = The Liberal Partry; TPP= The Progress Party; ULP = United Labour Platform; GULP = Grenada United Labour Platform; PLM = People's Labour Movement; GOD = Good Old Democracy; MBPM = Maurice Bishop Patriotic Movement; URP = United Republican Party; CDLP = Christian Democratic Labour Party; GFLP = Grenada Federated Labour Party;IND = Independent; * Incumbent; ** Political Leader
Sources
Grenada Parliamentary Elections Office
Electoral Office of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
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 CONSTITUENCIES learn more
  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
 POLITICAL PARTIES learn more
  National Democratic Congress (NDC)
  New National Party (NNP)
  Grenada Empowerment Movement (GEM)
  Grenada Progressive Movement (GPM)
  Grenada Renaissance Party (GRP)
  Grenada United Patriotic Movement (GUPM)
  The Liberal Party (TLP)
  The Progress Party (TPP)
 PARTY MANIFESTOS learn more
Download NDC 2018 Manifesto
Download NNP 2018 Manifesto
Download GEM 2018 Manifesto
Download TPP 2018 Manifesto
 POPULAR RESOURCES learn more
Download Grenada Knowledge Centre
Learn more Grenada Heads of State
Learn more Grenada Heads of Government
Learn more Grenada Leaders of the Opposition
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