Feb. 21, 2005 Held



Election for Anguillian House of Assembly


Voter Participation

Cast Votes:5,569
Valid Votes:5,569
Invalid Votes:0

Vote Share by Party:

Party Seats Won Seats Change Votes

Anguilla United Front 4 - 2,177


Anguilla Strategic Alliance 2 - 1,203


Anguilla United Movement 1 - 1,088

Election Results Modified: Jun 21, 2024

General Information

At stake in this election:

  • 7 seats in the House of Assembly

Description of government structure:

  • Chief of State: Queen ELIZABETH II *
  • Head of Government: Chief Minister Osbourne FLEMING **
  • Assembly: Anguilla has a unicameral House of Assembly with 11 seats.

* Represented by Governor Alan Eden HUCKLE.

** The monarch is hereditary and the governor is appointed by the monarch. Following legislative elections, the leader of the majority party of coalition is usually appointed chief minister.

Description of electoral system:

  • The Queen is hereditary.
  • Chief Minister is appointed.
  • In the House of Assembly, 7 members are elected by simple majority vote in single-member constituencies to serve 5-year terms, 2 members are appointed ex officio to serve 5-year terms and 2 members are appointed to serve 5-year terms.

Main parties in the electoral race:

  • Party: Anguilla United Front*
    Leader: Osbourne FLEMING, Victor BANKS
    Seats won in this election: 4
    Seats won in last election: 4
  • Party: Anguilla Strategic Alliance
    Leader: Edison Baird
    Seats won in this election: 2
    Seats won in last election: 0
  • Party: Anguilla United Movement
    Leader: Hubert HUGHES
    Seats won in this election: 1
    Seats won in last election: 0

* The United Front is an alliance of the Anguilla Democratic Party and the Anguilla National Alliance.

Last Parliamentary election:

  • The last elections took place on March 3, 2000.

Population and number of registered voters:

  • Population: 13,008 (July 2004 )
  • Registered Voters: 7,555 (February 2005 )
Election Modified: Jun 21, 2024

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