Micronesian parliamentary election, 2003

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Parliamentary elections were held in the Federated States of Micronesia on 4 March 2003.[1] As there were no political parties, all 28 candidates ran as independents. Four candidates were elected unopposed.[2]

Electoral system[edit]

At the time of the election, Congress consisted of 14 members, of which 10 were elected for two-year terms and four elected for four-year terms.[2] The 2003 elections were for both types of seats.[2]

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats
Independents 81,029 100 14
Total 81,029 100 14
Source: Adam Carr

Elected members[edit]

State Seat Term Elected member Notes
Chuuk At large 4 years Redley A. Killion
District 1 2 years Henry Asugar
District 2 2 years Roosevelt Kansou Unopposed
District 3 2 years Sabino Asor
District 4 2 years Twitier Aritos
District 5 2 years Nelson Moses
Kosrae At large 4 years Alik L. Alik
2 years Claude Phillip Unopposed
Pohnpei At large 4 years Resio Moses
District 1 2 years Dohsis Halbert Unopposed
District 2 2 years Dion Neth
District 3 2 years Peter Christian
Yap At large 4 years Joseph Urusemal
2 year Isaac Figir Unopposed
Source: Adam Carr

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