2020 Update | Since the one seat system in 2003, the PLP have won 3 elections, and the OBA and UBP won one election each. The seat is currently held by the PLP’s Kim Swan, who has also run in the area as both an Independent and a UBP candidate, and won the seat three times, once under the UBP and twice under the PLP. In the 2020 General Election, Mr Swan won by 70.42%, which was approximately 5% higher than his winning margin in 2017.
- 2020 Winner – Kim Swan [PLP]
- PLP’s 2020 Candidate – Kim Swan
- OBA’s 2020 Candidate – Thomas Harvey
- FDM’s 2020 Candidate – Dwain Smith
The Constituency Boundaries Report [PDF] states: “Constituency #2 St George’s West shall be all that land contained within a line drawn from the junction of Coot Pond Road with Naval Tanks Hill; thence South-East along the centreline of Naval Tanks Hill to the junction with Park Road; thence South-West along the centreline of Park Road to the junction with Secretary Road; thence South-West along the centreline of Secretary Road to the junction with Somner Lane; thence South along the centreline of Somner Lane to the junction with the St. George’s Club; thence South around the Eastern side of the St. George’s Club to the junction with Rose Hill Street; thence South-East along the centreline of Rose Hill Street to the junction with Wellington Street; thence West along the centreline of Wellington Street to the junction with Penno’s Wharf; thence South to the coastline at Southwestern corner of Penno’s Wharf; thence South-West along the coastline and following the coastline around Ferry Point to a point on the coastline North-West of the junction of Coot Pond Road with Naval Tanks Hill; thence South-East to the junction of Coot Pond Road with Naval Tanks Hill and shall include Bartram Island, Rogue Island, Little Rogue Island and Ferry Island.”