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Election Concludes

At the announcement of George Town's final count on Thursday, 23 May morning, the triumphant George Town candidates received cheers from a enthusiastic crowd outside General Elections counting headquarters at the Family Life Centre on Walkers Road. L-r: Mr. Winston Connolly, Mr. Roy McTaggart, Mr. Kurt Tibbetts, Mr. Joey Hew, Mr. Marco Archer and Mr. Alden McLaughlin. Also seen in the background is Radio Cayman's Jay Ehrhart.

Voting in the 2013 Cayman Islands General Election has concluded and final election results are now available.

The full day of polling during the national holiday (Wednesday, 22 May) concluded at 6 p.m., and was followed by a marathon counting process which ended around 6 a.m. today (Thursday, 23 May).

There are 18, 492 registered electors. Of these, a total of 14,758 (79.93% of those registered) cast their ballots in the six districts.

The results of the popular vote and the Cayman Islands' 18 elected Members of the Legislative Assembly are as follows:

  • West Bay: 3,593 votes;

    • McKeeva Bush - 1,583
    • Tara Rivers - 1,483
    • Bernie Bush - 1,460
    • Capt. Eugene Ebanks - 1,307;

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  • George Town: 5,829 votes;

    • Kurt Tibbetts - 2,470
    • Roy McTaggart - 2,160
    • Alden McLaughlin - 2,145
    • Marco Archer - 2,085
    • Winston Connolly - 2,039
    • Joey Hew -1,940;

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  • Bodden Town: 3,593 votes;

    • Anthony Eden - 1,781
    • Osbourne Bodden - 1,615
    • Wayne Panton - 1,571
    • Alva Suckoo - 1,393;

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  • North Side: 465 votes;

    • Ezzard Miller - 295;

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  • East End: 554 votes;

    • Arden McLean - 285;

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  • Cayman Brac and Little Cayman: 835 votes;

    • Moses Kirkconnell - 628
    • Juliana O'Connor-Connolly - 461.

Supervisor of Elections Kearney Gomez expressed thanks to all involved in the process, including the electors, candidates, agents as well as the elections workers, support staff and the media. The final figures for all candidates, as well as supporting documentation on the process, are posted on the elections website www.electionsoffice.ky.

(GIS)

For further information contact: Bina Mani




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