2020 Update | Since the one seat system started in 2003, the OBA or UBP won the seat in all four General Elections, with an average of 55.85% of the vote, however that changed in the 2020 General Election, when the PLP’s Anthony Richardson won the seat, claiming 50.42% of the vote in the three way race.
- 2020 Winner: Anthony Richardson
- PLP’s 2020 Candidate – Anthony Richardson
- OBA’s 2020 Candidate – Robin Tucker
- FDM’s 2020 Candidate – Cheryl Packwood
The Constituency Boundaries Report [PDF] states: “Constituency #7 Hamilton South shall be all that land contained within a line drawn from the junction of Harrington Hundreds Road with Harrington Sound Road; thence North to a point on the coastline; thence continuing East along the coastline of Harrington Sound to a point on the coastline South of the junction of Wilkinson Avenue and Harrington Sound Road; thence North along the centreline of Wilkinson Avenue to the junction with Blue Hole Hill; thence along the centreline of Blue Hole Hill to the junction with the Southern end of The Causeway; thence East to a point on the coastline; thence South along the coastline of Castle Harbour and following the coastline around Tucker’s Town and Castle Cut to a point on the coastline South of the junction of South Road with Watch Hill Road; thence North-West to the junction of South Road with Watch Hill Road; thence North-East along South Road to the junction with the Western boundary of the Winterhaven Nature Reserve; thence North-West along the Western boundary of the Winterhaven Nature Reserve to a point on Knapton Hill; thence South-West along the centreline of Knapton Hill to the junction with Harrington Hundreds Road; thence North along the centreline of Harrington Hundreds Road to the junction with Harrington Sound Road, and shall include Castle Island, Charles’ Fort, Rushy Island, Hall’s Island and Turtle Island.”