Micronesian parliamentary election, 2013

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Parliamentary elections were held in the Federated States of Micronesia on 5 March 2013 for the 10 seats in the Congress elected for a two-year term.[1] A total of 21 candidates ran for election.[1] Three MPs were elected unopposed.[1]

Results[edit]

State Constituency Candidate Votes % Notes
Yap Isaac Figir 2,692 100 Incumbent, re-elected
Total 2,692 100
Chuuk Mortlocks Florencio Singkoro Harper 2,463 100 Incumbent
Total 2,463 100
Northern Namoneas Victory Gouland 2,525 50.4 Elected
Roger Mori 2,464 49.6 Incumbent
Total 4,989 100
Southern Namoneas Bonsiano Fasy Nethon 3,181 50.6 Incumbent, re-elected
Augustina Takashy 1,539 24.5
Michael Kanas 1,561 24.9
Total 6,281 100
Faichuuk Tiwiter Aritos 3,442 53.0 Incumbent, re-elected
Setiro Paul 3,050 47.0
Total 6,492 100
Northwestern Tony Otto 813 29.0 Incumbent, re-elected
Ruphin Micky 554 19.8
Williander Jack 539 19.3
Robson Romolow 511 18.3
Moses Nelson 382 13.6
Total 2,799 100
Pohnpei Sokesh, Kolonia, Sapwuahfik,
Nukuoro, Kapingamarangi and Oroluk
Dohsis Halbert 2,489 52.17 Incumbent, re-elected
Ferny Perman 2,271 47.60
Write-in votes 11 0.23
Total 4,771 100
Madolenihmw and Kitti Berney Martin 2,981 54.83 Incumbent, re-elected
Dion Neth 2,456 45.17
Total 5,437 100
Nett, U, Mwoakilloa and Pingelap David Panuelo 2,124 98.65 Incumbent, re-elected
Write-in votes 29 1.35
Total 2,153 100
Kosrae Paliknoa Welly 2106 69.60 Incumbent, re-elected
Johnson Asher 920 30.40
Total 3,026 100
Source: Kaselehlie Press, Adam Carr

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 21 contenders for national elections in 2013 Kaselehlie Press, 28 November 2013