Widely regarded as a ‘PLP safe seat,’ the PLP have won Pembroke East in all the General Elections since the one seat system started in 2003, always earning over 81% of the vote.
The seat is currently held by PLP Deputy Leader Walter Roban, who has won it in the last three General Elections, increasing his vote percentage each time, and in the 2017 General Election, he earned 90.94% of the vote, the second highest winning percentage of all areas, and the same scenario occurred in the 2020 General Election, with Mr Roban earning the highest winning percentage of all seats with 93.20%.
- 2020 Winner – Walter Roban [PLP]
- PLP’s 2020 Candidate – Walter Roban
- OBA’s 2020 Candidate – Scott Stewart
- FDM’s 2020 Candidate – No FDM candidate
The Constituency Boundaries Report [PDF] states: “Constituency #15 Pembroke East shall be all that land contained within a line drawn from the junction of North Shore Road with Band Room Lane; thence North to a point on the coastline; thence continuing East along the coastline and following the coastline to a point on the coastline North of the junction of Dock Hill with North Shore Road; thence South to the junction of Dock Hill with North Shore Road; thence South along the centreline of Dock Hill to the junction with Palmetto Road; thence South-West along the centreline of Palmetto Road to the junction with Marsh Folly Road; thence North along the centreline of Marsh Folly Road to the junction with St. Monica’s Road; thence East along the centreline of St. Monica’s Road to the junction with an unnamed road at St. Monica’s Church; thence North along the centreline of the unnamed road to the junction with Mission Lane; thence North-West along the centreline of Mission Lane to the junction with Footpath Lane; thence West along the centreline of Footpath Lane to the junction with Crane Lane; thence North along the centreline of Crane Lane to the junction with North Shore Road; thence East to the junction of Band Room Lane and North Shore Road.”