Anguillan general election, 2015
General elections were held in Anguilla on 22 April 2015. The result was a victory for the Anguilla United Front alliance, which won six of the seven elected seats in the House of Assembly. The ruling Anguilla United Movement failed to win a seat.
7 out of 7 seats in the House of Assembly
At the time of the elections the House of Assembly had eleven members, of which seven are elected in single-member constituencies and four were appointed. Voters had to be at least 18 years old, whilst candidates had to be at least 21.
|Anguilla United Front||4,324||54.44||6||+4|
|Anguilla United Movement||3,039||38.26||0||–4|
|Democracy, Opportunity, Vision & Empowerment Party||110||1.38||0||New|
|Source: Anguilla Elections|
The closest contest was in the Road North constituency, where the AUF candidate Evalie Bradley won by a single vote against the AUM candidate Patrick Hanley.
|1 - Island Harbour||Palmavon Webster||Independent|
|2 - Sandy Hill||Cora Richardson-Hodge||Anguilla United Front|
|3 - Valley North||Evans McNiel Rogers||Anguilla United Front|
|4 - Valley South||Victor Banks||Anguilla United Front|
|5 - Road North||Evalie Bradley||Anguilla United Front|
|6 - Road South||Curtis Richardson||Anguilla United Front|
|7 - West End||Cardigan Connor||Anguilla United Front|
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