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Falkland Islands general election, 2005

The Falkland Islands general election of 2005 was held on Thursday 17 November 2005 to elect members to the Legislative Council. It would be the last general election in the Falkland Islands before the new constitution came into force, which replaced the Legislative Council with the Legislative Assembly. Chief Executive Chris Simpkins acted as Returning Officer.

Eight Councillors were elected through universal suffrage using block voting, five from the Stanley constituency and three from the Camp constituency. Each elector in Stanley could vote for five candidates, and in Camp each elector could vote for three candidates.

Results

Stanley constituency

Stanley result[1]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
Nonpartisan Richard Davies 546 15.91 N/A
Nonpartisan Mike Summers 477 13.90 -2.99
Nonpartisan Andrea Clausen 466 13.58 N/A
Nonpartisan Richard Cockwell 302 8.80 -1.62
Nonpartisan Janet Robertson 299 8.71 N/A
Nonpartisan John Fowler 276 8.04 N/A
Nonpartisan Eric Goss 276 8.04 -1.04
Nonpartisan Jan Cheek 275 8.02 -3.09
Nonpartisan Mike Forrest 261 7.61 N/A
Nonpartisan John Birmingham 240 6.99 -5.65
Nonpartisan Philip Middleton 179 5.22 N/A
Nonpartisan Kevin Ormond 110 3.21 +0.06
Turnout 3,431 69

Camp constituency

Camp result[1]
List Candidates Votes % ±%
Nonpartisan Ian Hansen 188 30.08 +16.88
Nonpartisan Michael Rendell 139 22.24 N/A
Nonpartisan Richard Stevens 121 19.36 +6.6
Nonpartisan Roger Edwards 91 14.56 -10.37
Nonpartisan Philip Miller 86 13.76 +0.11
Turnout 625  ??

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