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St. Andrew
2018 CANDIDATES
 BLP
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George W.
PAYNE*
Barbados Labour
Party
 DLP
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Irene V.
SANDIFORD- GARNER
Democratic Labour
Party
 SB
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Cherie
POUNDER
Solutions
Barbados
 UPP
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Roli
ROACHFORD
United Progressive
Party
 IND
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Stephen
POLLARD
Independent
Candidate
CONSTITUENCY SNAPSHOT  
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Morgan Lewis Mill, St. Andrew, Barbados
Photo by Neil Gittens/CE
BACKGROUND
The constituency of St. Andrew is one of the original 12 constituencies.
Year of creation 1843
Polling Divisions 13
Registered Electors (2013) 8,280
Voter Turnout (2013) 68.50%
   
Incumbent George PAYNE (BLP)
2013 RESULTS
Candidate Party Votes %
  PAYNE, G.W. winner BLP 2,968 52.64%
   
  SANDIFORD-GARNER, I DLP 2,670 47.36%
   
ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES  
Year   Winner Party % Votes Notes
1971   A. DaCosta EDWARDS Democratic Labour Party 54.66% First time seat contested as single member
1976   Lloyd B. BRATHWAITE Barbados Labour Party 53.94% BLP gain
1981   Lloyd B. BRATHWAITE Barbados Labour Party 53.11% BLP hold
1986   Clifton A. NEBLETT Democratic Labour Party 57.58% DLP gain
1991   George W. PAYNE Barbados Labour Party 53.31% BLP gain
1994   George W. PAYNE Barbados Labour Party 59.22% BLP hold
1999   George W. PAYNE Barbados Labour Party 79.21% BLP hold
2003   George W. PAYNE Barbados Labour Party 66.11% BLP hold
2008   George W. PAYNE Barbados Labour Party 50.41% BLP hold
2013   George W. PAYNE Barbados Labour Party 52.64% BLP hold
VOTING TRENDS  
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CONSTITUENCY TIMELINE  
Thursday
21 Feb 2013
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
GEORGE W. PAYNE winner BLP 2,968 52.64%
V. Irene Sandiford-Garner DLP 2,670 47.36%
Tuesday
15 Jan 2008
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
GEORGE W. PAYNE winner BLP 2,632 50.41%
V. Irene Sandiford-Garner DLP 2,589 49.59%
Wednesday
21 May 2003
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
GEORGE W.PAYNE winner BLP 2,852 66.11%
Daniel N. Jordan DLP 1,462 33.89%
Wednesday
20 Jan 1999
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
GEORGE W. PAYNE winner BLP 3,524 79.21%
Denis S. Lowe DLP 925 20.79%
Tuesday
6 Sep 1994
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
GEORGE W. PAYNE winner BLP 2,415 59.22%
Lawrence E. Clarke DLP 1,218 29.87%
Osbourne C. Hunte NDP 445 10.91%
Tuesday
22 Jan 1991
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
GEORGE W. PAYNE winner BLP 2,217 53.31%
Clifton A. Neblett DLP 1,407 33.83%
Halton G. Martin IND 270 6.49%
Carl W. Power NDP 265 6.37%
Friday
28 Mar 1986
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
CLIFTON A. NEBLETT winner DLP 2,575 57.58%
Lloyd B. Brathwaite BLP 1,897 42.42%
Thursday
18 Jun 1981
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
LLOYD B. BRATHWAITE winner BLP 2,257 53.11%
V. Smith DLP 1,598 37.60%
A. Edwards IND 395 9.29%
Thursday
2 Sep 1976
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
LLOYD B. BRATHWAITE winner BLP 2,161 53.94%
A. DaCosta Edwards DLP 1,845 46.06%
Thursday
9 Sep 1971
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Candidate Party Total Votes % votes
A. DaCOSTA EDWARDS winner DLP 2,036 54.66%
Lloyd B. Brathwaite BLP 1,689 45.34%
POLLING STATIONS (2018)  
Polling Division Areas
AA1 Shorey Village Pavilion
AA2 Alleyne School
AA3 Chalky Mount Wesleyan Holiness Church
AB1 Church of the Nazarene Hillaby
AB2 Hillaby Turner's Hall Primary School
AC1 A DaCosta Edwards Primary School (St Andrew's Primary School)
AC2 St. Simon's Pentecostal Church
AD1 Keith Boyce Pavilion
AD2 Indian Ground Primary School
AD3 New Testament Church of God, Rock Hall
AE1 St. Silas Primary School
AE2 The Learning Centre, Orange Hill
AE3 Hillaby Turner's Hall Primary School
CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES
From a point on the eastern sea coast south of Barclays Park and east of the terminus of the gully leading to the culvert which crosses the East Coast Road, in a straight line to the terminus of the gully; thence along this gully to its junction with an unclassified road leading to Cambridge; thence in a southerly and then in a south westerly direction along this unclassified road to its junction with a public road known as Coggins Hill; thence in a north westerly direction along the middle of Coggins Hill to its junction with Highway 2 (the Haggatts-Springvale Road); thence in a south westerly direction along the middle of Highway 2 to a point in the centre of the road opposite to a monument (B.7) placed on the western side of the road; thence in a straight line to the triangulation station known as “Hillaby” S.15 at the end of the Hillaby Tenantry Road; thence in a westerly direction along the middle of Hillaby Tenantry Road to its junction with the Farmers-Turners Hall Road; thence in a southerly direction along the middle of Farmers-Turners Hall Road to its junction with the Farmers-Plum Tree-Ridgeway Gully; thence in a westerly direction along the Farmers-Plum Tree-Ridgeway Gully to the point at which it is crossed by the Ronald Mapp Highway (the Warrens-Rock Dundo Road); thence in a northerly direction along the middle of the Ronald Mapp Highway to the point at which it crosses the Westmoreland-Spring Head Gully; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Westmoreland-Spring Head Gully to a point in the gully 325 metres south of Spring Head Plantation; thence in a straight line to the centre of the old mill wall at Spring Head Plantation; thence in a straight line to the point at which it touches the terminus of a track leading to Black Bess and Mangrove Plantations; thence in a straight line to its junction at Rock Hall Tenantry with the public road leading from Rock Hall Plantation to Rock Hall Village and the track leading to Roebuck Village; thence along this track in a generally northerly direction to its junction at Roebuck and Indian Ground-Four Hill Road; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of Indian Ground-Four Hill Road to its junction with the public road leading from Orange Hill Plantation to Welch Town Plantation; thence continuing in a northerly direction along the Orange Hill Plantation-Welch Town Plantation Road to its junction at Welch Town Plantation with Farley Hill-Portland Road; thence in a north westerly direction along the Farley Hill-Portland Road to its junction with the Mile-and-a-Quarter-Diamond Corner Road; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Mile-and-a-Quarter-Diamond Corner Road to its junction with the Diamond Corner-Cherry Tree Hill-Morgan Lewis Road; thence in an easterly direction along the middle of the Diamond Corner-Cherry Hill-Morgan Lewis Road to its junction with a public road leading to Boscobel; thence in a northerly direction along the middle of the public road leading to Boscobel to its junction with a private road leading to Foster’s Funland; thence generally easterly along this road and along the southern section of the loop at the end; thence continuing in an easterly direction to the sea coast; thence in a southerly direction along the sea coast to a point on the sea coast south of Barclays Park and east of the terminus of the gully leading to the culvert which crosses the East Coast Road (the starting point).
Key
  Bajan Free Party   NDP = National Democratic Party   United Progressive Party
  Barbados Integrity Movement   People's Democratic Congress   WPB = Workers Party of Barbados
  Barbados Labour Party   PEP = People's Empowerment Party   Independent Candidate
  Democratic Labour Party   PPA = People's Political Alliance   *incumbent
  Kingdom Government of Barbados   Solutions Barbados   ** Political Leader
Sources
Barbados Electoral and Boundaries Commission
Bajan Free Party (2018). Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/Bajan-Free-Party-BFP-HonAlex-MitchellEl-1767331239973521/
Barbados Integrity Movement (2018). Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/barbdaosintegritymovement/?ref=py_c
Barbados Labour Party. (2018). Retrieved from https://www.blp.org.bb/
Coalition of United Party. (2018) Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/alexmitchell.el/
Democratic Labour Party. (2018). Retrieved from http://dlpbarbados.org/site/
Solutions Barbados. (2018). Retrieved from https://solutionsbarbados.com/
United Progressive Party. (2018). Retrieved from https://uppbarbados.org/
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