2019 Ascension general election
General elections were held on Ascension Island on 26 September 2019 to elect the Island Council, following the dissolution of the previous Council on 1 September. Seven candidates ran for five available Councillor positions.
The Island Council consists of either five or seven elected members, depending on the number of candidates. If there are eight or more candidates, seven members would be elected; if there were fewer than eight candidates, only five would be elected. With only seven candidates running, five seats were available.
|Keturah Viola George||105||21.1||Re-elected|
|Alan Herbert Nicholls||83||16.7||Elected|
|Katharyn Sarah Chadwick||73||14.7||Elected|
|Andrew Robert Ellick||68||13.7||Elected|
|Andrew Cansfield Hobson||64||12.9||Elected|
|Kristopher Edward Hall||60||12.0|
|Iain Courtney Lamb||45||9.0|
|Source: Government of Ascension Island|
- "Island Council Election Results". Ascension Island Government. 27 September 2019. Archived from the original on 18 December 2019. Retrieved 8 January 2020.
- Ascension : General Election 2010[permanent dead link] The Islander, October 2010
- "Island Government (Ascension) Ordinance, 2008" (PDF). Ascension Island Constitution. Archived from the original (PDF) on 14 January 2020. Retrieved 8 January 2020.