Elections in the Turks and Caicos Islands
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politics and government of
the Turks and Caicos Islands
Elections must be held at least every four years, though can be called at an earlier date, as happened in 1991.
Currently the Turks and Caicos Islands have a two-party system, with the Progressive National Party and People's Democratic Movement vying for power; no other party put up candidates in the 2007 elections.
|People's Democratic Movement||Oswald Skippings||3,164||50.13||4||15,431||50.71||3||7||+5|
|Progressive National Party||Rufus Ewing||2,833||44.87||6||14,764||48.52||2||8||–5|
|People's Progressive Party||Harold Charles||310||4.91||0||–||–||–||0||New|
|Source: TCI News, TCI News|
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