Vincentian general election, 2010

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Vincentian general election, 2010
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
2010 ←
13 December 2010 → 2015

15 seats in the House of Assembly of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Registered 101,067
Turnout 62.33%
  First party Second party
  Ralph Gonsalves Arnhim Eustace (cropped).jpg
Leader Ralph Gonsalves Arnhim Eustace
Party Unity Labour Party New Democratic Party
Leader's seat North Central Windward East Kingstown
Last election 12 seats 3 seats
Seats won 8 seats 7 seats
Seat change Decrease 4 Increase 4
Popular vote 32,099 30,568
Percentage 51.11% 48.67%

Saint Vincent 2015 Election Results Map.png

Presidential election results map. Red denotes Constituency won by Ralph Gonsalves, and Blue denotes those won by Arnhim Eustace.

Prime Minister before election

Ralph Gonsalves
Unity Labour Party

Elected Prime Minister

Ralph Gonsalves
Unity Labour Party

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General elections were held in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on 13 December 2010. The result was a victory for the Unity Labour Party, which won eight of the fifteen seats in the House of Assembly.[1]


The date of the elections was announced at the Calliaqua Playing Field by Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves on 14 November 2010. It was also announced that parliament would be dissolved on 15 November and nomination day would be on 26 November.


A total of 44 candidates contested the elections; the Unity Labour Party and the New Democratic Party both fielded a full slate of 15 candidates, whilst the Green Party had 14 candidates.[1]


Party Votes % Seats +/–
Unity Labour Party 32,099 51.11 8 –4
New Democratic Party 30,568 48.67 7 +4
Green Party 138 0.22 0 0
Invalid votes 188
Total 62,993 100 15 0
Registered voters/turnout 101,067 62.33
Source: IPU