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General Election Results - 22 June 1981

General elections were held in Anguilla on Monday, 22 June 1981.

Chief Minister Ronald Webster was forced to call the elections, after he was forced out of the Anguilla United Movement (AUM) three weeks prior to the election and after less than a year in office.

On Polling Day, voters returned Webster to office, with his new Anguilla People's Party (APP) sweeping the polls, and taking five of the seven seats in the Legislative Assembly. The other two seats went to the Anguilla National Alliance (ANA) of former Chief Minister Emile Gumbs, leaving Webster's former party (AUM) without representation.

 

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Polling Day Mon, 22 Jun 1981
POLITICAL LEADERS
  Photo Emile GUMBS
Anguilla National Alliance (ANA)
  Photo Ronald WEBSTER
Anguilla People's Party (APP) Winner
Elected Members of the Legislative Council
The unicameral Legislative Council was comprised of 7 elected members.
Electoral District Representative Party
District 1: Island Harbour WEBSTER, Nashville Anguilla People's Party
District 2: Sandy Hill FLEMING, Osbourne Anguilla People's Party
District 3: Valley North BANKS, Victor Anguilla People's Party
District 4: Valley South WEBSTER, Ronald J. Anguilla People's Party
District 5: Road North GUMBS, Emile R. Anguilla National Alliance
District 6: Road South CONNOR, Maurice Anguilla People's Party
District 7:West End HODGE, John Anguilla People's Party
Key
AUF = Anguilla United Front; AUM = Anguilla United Movement; DOVE = The DOVE Party; IND = Independent; * Incumbent; ** Political Leader
Sources
http://www.gov.ai/elections/
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