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Election Results 1951 - present

The 15 members of the House of Representatives are elected in single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting to serve a five-year term. Currently, there is no fixed election date in effect; hence, the choice of election date is the prerogative of the Prime Minister.

This section provides information on general elections held in Grenada from 1951 until present.  Click on the year or specific date for further information.

 OVERVIEW
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            
 VOTING TRENDS
Key
NNP = New National Party; NDC = New Democratic Congress; 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
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