Nevis Island Assembly

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Nevis Island Assembly

The Nevis Island Assembly is the local legislative body for the island of Nevis.

The Assembly has a total of eight members. Five are directly elected in single-member constituencies using the first-past-the-post system. Three are appointed. Members serve five-year terms.

The Nevis Island Assembly meets in Charlestown on the second floor of Museum of Nevis History building.

Mark Brantley has been Premier of Nevis since the 2017 election after leading the Concerned Citizens' Movement to victory.[1]

Election results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 18 December 2017 Nevis Island Assembly election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Concerned Citizens' Movement 3,753 56.7% 4
Nevis Reformation Party 2,864 43.3% 1
Appointed members 3
Total 6,617 8


In the election the NRP lost a seat (St Paul's) to the CCM.

Results by parish constituency[edit]

St Paul's
Party Candidate Votes %
CCM Spencer Brand 596 50.5%
NRP Robelto Hector 585 49.5%
Total votes 1,181
St John's Parish
Party Candidate Votes %
CCM Mark Brantley 1,334 57.2%
NRP Hensley Daniel 1,000 42.8%
Total votes 2,334


St George's
Party Candidate Votes %
CCM Eric Evelyn 761 76.6%
NRP Cory Tyson 233 23.4%
Total votes 994
St James
Party Candidate Votes %
CCM Alexis Jeffers 833 61.2%
NRP Virgil Browne 528 38.8%
Total votes 1,361


St Thomas
Party Candidate Votes %
NRP Joseph Parry 518 69.3%
CCM Keith Scarborough 229 30.7%
Total votes 747

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Parker, Benjamin. "Brantley elected Premier as CCM win Nevis election". WIC News.