2020 Saint Kitts and Nevis general election

2020 Saint Kitts and Nevis general election

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11 of 15 seats in the National Assembly
6 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
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Leader Shawn Richards Mark Brantley
Party PAM CCM
Alliance Team Unity Team Unity
Leader since 2012 29 October 2017
Leader's seat St Christopher #5 Nevis #9
Last election 27.90%, 4 seats 13.04%, 2 seats
Seats won 4 3
Seat change Steady Increase1
Popular vote 8,067 3,510
Percentage 29.00% 12.62%
Swing Increase1.10% Decrease0.42%

  Third party Fourth party
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Leader Denzil Douglas Timothy Harris
Party SKNLP PLP
Alliance None Team Unity
Leader since 1989 17 June 2013
Leader's seat St Christopher #6 St Christopher #7
Last election 39.27%, 3 seats 8.99%, 1 seat
Seats won 2 2
Seat change Decrease1 Increase1
Popular vote 10,316 3,681
Percentage 37.09% 13.23%
Swing Decrease2.18% Increase4.24%

Prime Minister before election

Timothy Harris
PLP

Elected Prime Minister

Timothy Harris
PLP

General elections were held in Saint Kitts and Nevis on Friday 5 June 2020.[1]

The ruling coalition, Team Unity consisting of PAM, CCM and PLP, won a landslide victory with nine out of the eleven directly elected deputies.[2]

Electoral system

Eleven of the fifteen seats in the National Assembly are elected, with the other four members appointed by the Governor-General at some point after the elections.[3] The eleven elected seats are elected in single-member constituencies using plurality voting.[4]

Results

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Party Votes % Seats +/–
Saint Kitts and Nevis Labour Party 10,316 37.09 2 –1
People's Action Movement 8,067 29.00 4 0
People's Labour Party 3,681 13.23 2 +1
Concerned Citizens' Movement 3,510 12.62 3 +1
Nevis Reformation Party 2,232 8.02 0 –1
Independents 11 0.04 0 0
Appointed members 4 0
Total 27,817 100.00 15 0
Valid votes 27,817 99.48
Invalid/blank votes 146 0.52
Total votes 27,963 100.00
Registered voters/turnout 48,076 58.16
Source: Winn FM

Elected MPs

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