Douglas East

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Douglas East is a House of Keys constituency in Douglas, Isle of Man. It elects 2 MHKs.

MHKs & Elections[edit]

Year Election Turnout Candidates Elected Notes
1962

General Election

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  • Percy Coupe
1971

General Election

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1976

General Election

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1981

General Election

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  • Dominic Delaney
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1986

General Election

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1991

General Election

53%

  • Dominic Delaney (796 votes, elected)
  • Phil Kermode (522 votes, elected)
  • Brenda Cannell (306 votes)
  • PT Bell (240 votes)
  • A Shea (54 votes)
The two sitting MHKs held their seats.
1995

By-Election

39.9%

  • Phil Braidwood (611 votes, elected)
  • Brenda Cannell (336 votes)
  • Christian (289 votes)
  • Freegard (161 votes)

By-election called by the elevation of Dominic Delaney to the LegCo.

1996

General Election

50.9%

  • Phil Braidwood (1289 votes, elected)
  • Brenda Cannell (836 votes, elected)
  • Phil Kermode (593 votes)
2001

General Election

41%

  • Phil Braidwood (1168 votes, elected)
  • Brenda Cannell (973 votes, elected)
  • Colin Cain (474 votes)
  • Philip White (201 votes)
The two sitting MHKs held their seats.
2006

General Election

51%

  • Phil Braidwood (777 votes, elected)
  • Brenda Cannell (728 votes, eelcted)
  • Carol Jempson (189 votes)
  • Steve Osbourne (194 votes)
  • Bill Platt (252 votes)
  • Chris Robertshaw (574 votes)
The two sitting MHKs held their seats.
2010

By-election

n/a

  • Chris Robertshaw (388 votes, elected)
  • Kate Beecroft, Liberal Vannin (381 votes)
  • Kevin Woodford (276 votes)
  • Colin Cain (245 votes)
  • John Joughin (146 votes)
  • Chris Heath (72 votes)

By-election called by the elevation of Phil Braidwood to the LegCo.

2011

General Election

40.7%

  • Chris Robertshaw (915 votes, elected)
  • Brenda Cannell (757 votes, elected)
  • Paul Moulton (490 votes)
  • Geraldine O'Neill (441 votes)
  • Richard Kissack (238 votes)
  • John Karran (123 votes)
The two sitting MHKs held their seats.

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Coordinates: 54°09′26″N 4°28′38″W / 54.15722°N 4.47722°W / 54.15722; -4.47722