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A general election was held in Grenada on November 27, 2003. The New National Party government of Prime Minister Keith Mitchell won a third consecutive term with a reduced majority; it won eight seats, while the remaining seven were won by the National Democratic Congress (NDC).[1][2]

National summary

e • d  House of Representatives of Grenada election results 2003
Parties Votes % +/- Seats +/-
New National Party 22,566 48.0 -14.2 8 -7
National Democratic Congress 21,445 45.6 +20.7 7 +7
Grenada United Labour Party 3.2 -
People's Labour Movement 2.2 -
Total (turnout 57.4%) 47,239     15  
Invalid votes 249
Total votes 47,488
Registered voters 82,270
Source: Adam Carr's Election Archive, IPU Parline and AFP

References

  1. ^ Political Parties of the World (6th edition, 2005), ed. Bogdan Szajkowski, page 265.
  2. ^ "Grenada governing party wins parliamentary elections", Associated Press (nl.newsbank.com), November 28, 2003.

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