Belize General Election Results 2015

View the Preliminary Results of the 2015 Belize General Election HERE


1-Toledo West

Juan Coy-United Democratic Party (UDP):______

Oscar Requena-People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Estevan Assi Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_______


2-Toledo East

Eden Martinez-United Democratic Party (UDP):

Mike Espat-People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Will Maheia-Belize Progressive Party (BPP):______



3-Stann Creek West ( RECOUNT TODAY AT 10AM)

Walter Garbutt-United Democratic Party (UDP):

Rodwell Ferguson-People’s United Party (PUP):_______

Milton Palacio Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


4-Dangriga, Sarawee and Hope Creek

Frank “Papa” Mena-United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Anthony Sabal-People’s United Party (PUP):_______

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):______



5-Cayo Central

Rene Montero-United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Dan Silva-People’s United Party (PUP):______

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):______


6-Cayo North East

John August United Democratic Party (UDP):

Orlando Habet People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


7-Cayo South

Ralph Huang United Democratic Party (UDP):________

Julius Espat People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


8-Cayo North

Omar Figueroa United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Michel Chebat People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


9-Cayo West

Erwin Contreras United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Lesbia Guerra-Cocom People’s United Party (PUP):____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____



John Saldivar United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Patrick Andrews People’s United Party (PUP):_______

Charles Leslie Jr. Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_______



11-Belize Rural South

Manuel Heredia Jr. United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Elito Arceo People’s United Party (PUP):_______

Robert Bobby Lopez Jr. Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


12-Belize Rural North

Edmund Castro United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Lloyd Jones People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


13-Belize Rural Central

Beverly Castillo United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Dolores Balderamos-Garcia People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____



Carla Barnett United Democratic Party (UDP): l

Francis Fonseca People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Elizabeth Dena Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


15-Fort George

Roger Espejo United Democratic Party (UDP):_____

Said Musa People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


16-Lake Independence

Mark King United Democratic Party (UDP):

Cordel Hyde People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


17-Albert Division

Tracy Taegar-Panton United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Paul Thompson People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Dr. Jose Luis Espat Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


18-Pickstock Division

Wilfred Elrington United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Francis Smith People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Patrick Rogers Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


19-Queen Square

Dean Barrow United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Anthony Sylvester Jr. People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Gary Matus Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


20-Collet Division

Patrick Faber United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Yasmin Shoman People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Raymond Rivers Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


21-Port Loyola Division

Anthony Boots Martinez United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Gilroy Usher People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


22-Mesopotamia Division

Michael Finnegan United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Dorla Vaughn People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____

23-Caribbean Shores

Darrell Bradley United Democratic Party (UDP):

Kareem Musa People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Belize Progressive (BPP):_____



24-Orange Walk South

Guadalupe Magana United Democratic Party (UDP):_____

Jose Mai People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Hipolito Bautista Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


25-Orange Walk North

Gasper Vega United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Ramon Cervantes Jr. People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Onofre Vellos Belize Progressive Party (BPP)


26-Orange Walk East

Elodio Aragon Jr. United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Josue Carballo People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


27-Orange Walk Central

Danny Grijalva United Democratic Party (UDP):_____

Johnny Briceno People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____



28-Corozal West

Angel Campos United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Ramiro Ramirez People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Lucio Teck Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


29-Corozal South East

Evan Cowo United Democratic Party (UDP):_____

Florencio Marin Jr. People’s United Party (PUP): Winner

Edna Doris Diaz Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


30-Corozal North

Hugo Patt United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

David Castillo People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Hector Palomo Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____


31-Corozal Bay

Pablo Marin United Democratic Party (UDP): Winner

Gregorio Garcia Jr. People’s United Party (PUP):_____

Ray Rodriguez Belize Progressive Party (BPP):_____



United Democratic Party (UDP) Total Seats: 19-Seats

People’s United Party (PUP) Total Seats: 11-Seats

Belize Progressive Party (BPP) Total Seats:-0

Recount in Stann Creek West today at 10am

KEY RACES RESULTS-Freetown Division and Lake Independence in Belize City

FREETOWN DIVISION-The UDP candidate Doctor Carla Barnett lost to the PUP Leader of the Opposition Francis Fonseca. Despite her lost, I expect her to play a major role in the new UDP Cabinet because of her potentials to our country. She is an outstanding Belizean.

Lake Independence- PUP candidate Cordel Hyde defeated Mark King and regained back his seat that he left in 2012. He is a rising star in the PUP and will possibly be one of the candidates running for the leadership of the party.

Election Day-The Polls were open From-7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. After the polls were closed ballot boxes were taken to their respective places and counting began immediately. The turnout was high and about 130,000 Belizeans voted in the General Elections.

Surprise-Belize District with the most seats results came out early. And based on those results, it was obvious that the PUP were in big trouble. Mayor Darrel Bradley ran in Caribbean Shores. He lost the election to Kareem Musa the son of former Prime Minister Said Musa. He will remain as Belize City Mayor. This is the first time in Belize’s history that we have a father and son in the House of Representatives. His other son is the Chairman of the People’s United Party and he might replace his father Said Musa in Fort George Division.

The United Democratic Party (UDP) did not take anything for granted and brought out full force to win as much seats as possible. Voter turnout was the key to win the elections and they brought out their voters. The PUP’s were hoping that a high turnout would work to their advantage but it did not. PUP were not ready for this election. Indications from Belize is that they were not fully ready due to the friction between some members and the 11 candidates who were demanding a Leadership Convention. The friction will continue into the next five years as early as next week.


1-Election in Belize are normally held every five years but the Prime Minister of Belize has the constitutional power to dissolve his or her Cabinet and call early elections when he or her chooses to do so. This will be the fourth time this has happened in Belize history. In the first two times it happened both the PUP and the UDP Lost the elections. In 2012 the UDP escaped by a narrow margin. That election was called in 2012 but was due in 2013. This is the first time in Belize history that a political party called early elections and won by a large margin.

2-The members of the House of Representatives can also table a Vote of No Confidence in the Belize House of Representatives and if they get a majority of the elected Representatives to go along with them, then the Cabinet must be dissolved by the Prime Minister and he or she must call early elections.

3-The Prime Minister of Belize is not elected through a direct vote by the people of Belize. He or she must be the Leader of his or her party first. Then, if his or her party win the most seats in the General Elections, he or she will become the next Prime Minister. Dean Barrow will become the first Prime Minister of Belize to be elected for three consecutive terms.

However, if the Leader of the Party loses his or her seat in the election after they gain the majority of seats, the elected Representatives will decide from among themselves who will be the Prime Minister. That has never happened in Belize history. However, the Leader of the Party has lost before and the PUP and UDP had to elect a new Leader in the House of Representatives.

I had predicted 20 Seats for UDP prior to the elections and then I moved it to 22 Seats. Still, that is close to the final outcome 19 UDP-Seats and 11-PUP Seats. Now that the elections are over we should all come together as one people Belizeans.

Prepared BY:

Wellington C. Ramos

Belizean Columnist

Adjunct Professor History/Political Science

The views expressed in this article are those of the writer and not necessarily those of the Belize Media Group.

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