Grenada General Election
Candidates - 19 February 2013
A total of 45 candidates contested the 2013 general election. Both the New National Party (NNP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presented a full slate of candidates. The newly formed National Unity Front (NUF), consisting mainly of disgruntled NDC members; as well as the fringe political parties GOD and PULP and independent candidates have together nominated the remaining 15 candidates.
In total, eight political parties and 1 independent contested the 2013 election: National Democratic Congress (NDC) 15; New National Party (NNP) 15; Good Old Democracy (GOD) 2; Grenada Renaissance Party (GRP) 3; Grenada United Patriotic Movement (GUPM) 2; Movement of Independent Candidates (MIC) (3; National Unity Front (NUF) 3; and People’s United Labour Party (PULP) 1.
= New National Party; NDC = New Democratic Congress;
GEM = Grenada Empowerment Movement; GPM = Grenada Progressive Movement; GRP = Grenada Renaissance Party; GUPM = Grenada United Patriotic Movement; TLP = The Liberal Partry; TPP= The Progress Party; ULP = United Labour Platform; GULP =
Grenada United Labour Platform; PLM = People's Labour Movement; GOD = Good Old Democracy; MBPM = Maurice Bishop Patriotic Movement; URP = United Republican Party; CDLP = Christian Democratic Labour Party; GFLP = Grenada Federated Labour Party;IND = Independent; * Incumbent; ** Political Leader
Grenada Parliamentary Elections Office
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