Douglas South

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Douglas South is a House of Keys constituency in Douglas, Isle of Man. It elects 2 MHKs.

MHKs & Elections

Year Election Turnout Candidates Elected Notes
1903

General Election

?

  • Surgeon General Alfred Sanderson, 572 votes
  • Robert Clucas, 552 votes
  • J J Goldsmith, 496 votes
  • W M Kerruish, 437 votes
  • Surgeon General Alfred Sanderson
  • Robert Clucas
1908

General Election

?

  • Robert Moughtin, 662 votes
  • William Kerruish, 582 votes
  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • Robert Moughtin
  • William Kerruish
1919

General Election

?

  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • John Leigh Goldie Taubman JP CP
  • ?
  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • John Leigh Goldie Taubman JP CP
  • ?
1922

By Election

?

  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • ?
  • ?
1924

General Election

?

  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • ?
  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • ?
1929

General Election

Unopposed

  • Albert Hugh Teare
  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • Albert Hugh Teare
  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • Alfred James Teare JP
1934

General Election

?

  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • ?
  • Alfred James Teare JP
  • Walter Clucas Craine
  • ?
1976

General Election

?

?

  • Peter Craine
  • ?
1981

General Election

?

?

  • Adrian Duggan
  • ?
1986

General Election

59.3%

  • Dominic Delaney (859 votes)
  • Phil Kermode (252 votes)
  • D Hayes (215 votes)
  • D Martin (206 votes)
  • JR Mitchell (152 votes)
  • A Wylie (151 votes)
  • R Chatel (136 votes)
  • JJ Bell (124 votes)
1991

General Election

60.0%

  • David Cretney(Lab) (1422 votes)
  • Adrian Duggan (479 votes)
  • Allan Connor (310 votes)
  • FA Kennish (200 votes)
  • GM Bayliss (84 votes)
1996

General Election

56.0%

  • David Cretney(Lab) (2061 votes)
  • Adrian Duggan (796 votes)
  • John Tobin (755 votes)
  • Patrick Bell (530 votes)
  • Allan Connor (282 votes)
  • John Cowley (247 votes)
The two sitting MHK's held their seats.
2001

General Election

46%

  • David Cretney (Lab) (1956 votes)
  • Adrian Duggan (763 votes)
  • David Buttery (467 votes)
  • Rodney Clarke (394 votes)
  • Andrew Jessop (349 votes)
  • Gary Cain (273 votes)
The two sitting MHK's held their seats.
2006

General Election

57%

  • David Cretney (Lab) (1873 votes)
  • Bill Malarky (873 votes)
  • David Buttery (829 votes)
  • Phil Kermode (399 votes)
  • Rodney Clarke (361 votes)
  • Frank Schuengel (219 votes)
2011

General Election

46.59%

Bill Malarky had resigned from Liberal Vannin Party and contested the seat as in independent, but was defeated by the official Liberal Vannin candidiate Kate Beecroft.

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Coordinates: 54°09′00″N 4°30′36″W / 54.15°N 4.51°W / 54.15; -4.51


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