The Electoral Department encourages all citizens to exercise their franchise to Vote, and recommends  that persons ensure that they are registered with the department in time for general elections. Contact us at  1758 452-3811 for more information.

 


 

 

Are you Registered ?

Verify that you are registered for general elections by using our voter look-up utility. You should contact the Electoral department if there are any errors or discrepancies.

 

Past Election Results

View past election results and statistics, graphs and charts. Voter percentages, Voter Turnout, Seat allocations in vivid graphical illustration.

 

Enrollment Statistics

Statistics enrollment based on voters list, based on constituencies and boundary divisions.
Statistics are available from 1979 – 2011

 

Demarcations

 Explore the Saint Lucia Demarcations and separation using Google Maps. Explore the Saint Lucia Demarcations and separation using Google Maps.


 

How to Vote [English]

This video demonstrates the correct voting process as prescribed by the Elections Act.  Be sure to pay close attention to the procedure in order to become familiar with the process it requirements  and regulations. Your vote counts.

Please contact us if you have any questions  regarding the process. This can be done by using the contact form located on the bottom right menu or by telephone  at  1758 4523811.


The Ballot

Please contact us if you have any questions  regarding the process. This can be done by using the contact form located on the bottom right menu or by telephone  at  1758 4523811.


  • As a registered voter, you have certain rights, including:

    • To vote as your conscience tell you.
    • To cast your ballot secretly, nobody will know which party you voted for.
    • To attend political meetings and campaign rallies.
    • To know the various political parties, their candidates, and their stance on important national issues.
    • To expect an orderly and peaceful election, free from fear, violence or intimidation
      –Your Right as a Voter

Returning Officers for Upcoming General Elections.
Returning Officers, appointed by the Electoral Commissioner, are responsible for the organization and conduct of elections in their respective districts.  Meet our returning officers


Candidates for Upcoming General Elections
A listing of candidates set to contest the upcoming general elections in Saint Luica. Saint Lucia Labour Party, United Workers Party, LPM, ONE, National Development Movement. View Listing…