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Antigua and Barbuda General Election Candidates - 12 March 2009

A total of 42 candidates contested the 2009 elections. At stake were 16 seats in Antigua and one seat in Barbuda. Both the UPP and the ALP endorsed candidates in all 16 constituencies in Antigua. The BPM put forward a candidate in the sole seat in Barbuda, which the ALP also contested. The Organisation for National Development (OND) contested the general elections for the first time, fielding four candidates. Four independent candidates also ran.

SUMMARY
ABLP
17 candidates
UPP
16 candidates
OTHER PARTIES & IND
9 candidates
CANDIDATES BY PARTY AND CONSTITUENCY

Constituency

ALP

UPP

OTHER /IND
St. John's City West Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Gaston Alphonso
BROWNE*
Colin V.A.
DERRICK
   
St. John's City East Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Ronald
MAGINLEY
Harold Earl Edmund
LOVELL*
   
St. John's City South Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate  
  Steadroy Olivero 'Cutie'
BENJAMIN*
Lenworth
JOHNSON
Ernest Sylvester
MERRILL
(OND)
 
St. John's Rural West Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Gail
CHRISTIAN
Winston Balwin
SPENCER**
   
St. John's Rural South Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Eustace
LAKE*
Winston
WILLIAMS
   
St. John's Rural East Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate  
  Lester Bryant
BIRD**
Leon Errol
CORT*
Melford Walter
NICHOLAS
(OND)
 
St. John's Rural North Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  H. Charles 'Max'
FERNANDEZ
John
MAGINLEY*
   
St. Mary's North Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate  
  Molwyn Morgorson
JOSEPH
Bertrand
JOSEPH*
Eyon Tyrone
MANNING
(IND)
 
St. Mary's South Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate  
  Samantha Nicole
MARSHALL
Hilson
BAPTISTE*
Glentis Wyndham
GOODWIN
(OND)
 
All Saints East & St. Luke Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate  
  Osbert Richard
FREDERICK
Chester
HUGHES
Ralph
FRANCIS
(OND)
 
 
All Saints West Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate  
  Daven ClairFoster
JOSEPH
Lorencezo Chanlah
CODRINGTON*
Davidson
BENJAMIN
(IND)
 
St. George Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Dean
JONAS
Jacqui
QUINN-LEANDRO*
   
St. Peter Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Asot Anthony
MICHAEL*
Joanne Maureen
MASSIAH
   
St. Phillip North Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Robin Kensworth
YEARWOOD*
Elmore 'Tamo'
CHARLES
   
St. Phillip South Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Maureen
PAYNE-HYMAN
Wilmoth Stafford
DANIEL*
   
St. Paul Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate
  E. Paul Chet
GREENE
Elston M.
ADAMS*
Gregory Shoy
ATHIL
(IND)
Wigley Franklin N.
GEORGE
(IND)
Barbuda Learn more about candidate Learn more about candidate    
  Arthur
NIBBS
Trevor Myke
WALKER*
(BPM)
   
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Key
ABLP = Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party; UPP = United Progressive Partry; ABTLP = Antigua and Barbuda True Labour Party; BPM = Barbuda Preople's Movemnet; ABPM = Antigua Barbuda People's Movement; IND = Independent Candidate; *incumbent; ** Political Leader
Sources
Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission. http://www.abec.gov.ag/
Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party. https://www.ablpantigua.com/
Antigua Barbuda True Labour Party. https://www.facebook.com/truelabourite/
Democratic National Alliance. https://www.facebook.com/DNAAntiguaBarbuda/
United Progressive Party. www.http://unitedprogressive.party
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