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Malew and Santon was a House of Keys constituency in the Isle of Man. The constituency was created in 1986.[1] It elected one MHK and the constituency covered the parishes of Malew and Santon. This was slightly unusual since Malew and Santon are in different sheadings. The constituency was abolished in 2016.

MHKs & Elections

Year Election Turnout Candidates Elected Notes
1986

General Election

71.3%

  • Donald Gelling (695 votes)
  • John Qualtrough (247 votes)
  • WTK Corlett (189 votes)
  • TS Duncan (181 votes)
1991

General Election

66.3%

  • Donald Gelling (1087 votes)
  • EW Williams (140 votes)
  • FE Mitchell (64 votes)
1996

General Election

Elected Unopposed

2001

General Election

Elected Unopposed

2002

By Election

72.9%

  • Captain Andrew Douglas (665 votes)
  • Andrew Jessop (273 votes)
  • Clive Davenport (154 votes)
  • Captain Andrew Douglas

Called following the elevation of Donald Gelling to the Council.

2006

General Election

60.2%

  • Captain Andrew Douglas (439 votes)
  • Graham Cregeen (573 votes)
  • Carol Kermode (258 votes)
2011

General Election

References

  1. ^ [1]

Coordinates: 54°07′37″N 4°37′21″W / 54.12694°N 4.62250°W / 54.12694; -4.62250

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