2010 election – Ren-Bell

There are 8 candidates contesting the seat of Rennell Bellona, unchanged from 2006. The tables below provide some statistics on the seat of Rennell Bellona in recent elections. Below that is a list of the candidates (source: Electoral Commission, published on the TARD blogsite and in Excel format on the Tutuvatu site).

I’ve also included any information I’ve been able to find about the candidates’ party affiliations, previous electoral performance, work experience and qualifications. (Note: I will keep updating this post until the election, so comments and corrections are particularly welcome.)

Table 1: Election statistics, Rennell Bellona province

Election Candidates Incumbents returned Voters (reg’d) Votes cast Voter turn-out
2010

8

2006

8

0/1

3,155

1,717

54.4%

2001

7

0/1

?

1,878

?

1997

?

?

?

?

?

1993

3

1/1

2,039

1,201

58.9%

Table 2: Candidates per constituency, Rennell Bellona province

Constituency

2010

2006

2001

1997

1993

Rennell Bellona

8

8

7

?

3

Rennell Bellona

  1. Clive Sunga Tuimaka
  2. Charlie Tango: came 2nd in 2006 with 17.9% of the vote
  3. Seth Gukuna: outgoing Minister and MP(2006-10), won in 2006 with 25.2% of the vote
  4. David Puia Tuhanuku: Deputy Executive Secretary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, former union leader (SINUW), former Director of the Public Service Reform Program, came 3rd in West Honiara in 2006 with 10.6% of the vote
  5. Nollan Teika (SIPRA)
  6. Jay P.S. Kabei: current president of the Solomon Islands Rugby Federation
  7. Tmothy Johnston (SIDP): current Premier, Rennell Bellona Province
  8. Collin S. Tesuatai
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