General elections were held in the Turks and Caicos Islands on 3 April 1991. The result was a victory for the opposition Progressive National Party (PNP), which won eight of the thirteen seats in the Legislative Council. Following the elections, PNP leader Washington Misick became Chief Minister.
Electoral system edit
The thirteen members of the Legislative Council were elected from five multi-member constituencies with two or three seats.
|Progressive National Party||4,834||51.56||8||+6|
|People's Democratic Movement||4,542||48.44||5||–6|
|Source: Caribbean Elections|