Vincentian general election, 2005

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General elections were held in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on 7 December 2005. The result was a victory for the ruling Unity Labour Party, which won 12 of the 15 seats.[1] Ralph Gonsalves remained Prime Minister.

Campaign[edit]

A total of 34 candidates contested the elections; the Unity Labour Party and the New Democratic Party both fielded candidates in all 15 constituencies, whilst the Green Party nominated four candidates.

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Unity Labour Party 31,848 55.26 12 0
New Democratic Party 25,748 44.68 3 0
Green Party 34 0.06 0 New
Invalid votes 338
Total 57,968 100 15 0
Registered voters/turnout 91,045 63.64
Source: Adam Carr

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