Capital Governorate 2nd Round

Muharraq Governorate 2nd Round

Northern Governorate 2nd Round

Southern Governorate 2nd Round

Second round special features

 

Preliminary analysis of Bahrain parliamentary election results

Bahrain elections – what happened to all the MPs?

Bahrain elections – what happened to the political societies?

Bahrain’s Parliament prepares to receive a new generation

How the opposition’s elections boycott failed

Second round contest at a glance

1st Capital

Manama northeast coast, Diplomatic Area, Houra, Qudaybiya

Registered voters: 6,317    

% first round turnout: 72.0%

Adel al-Asoumi (MP) – 2068 (47.5%)

Khalid Sulaybikh – 1491 (34.2%)

 

2nd Capital

Central Manama, Burhama, Salehiya, Suwayfiyah

Registered voters: 8,361     

% first round turnout: 33.3%

Ahmed Qaratah (MP) – 946 (36.3%)

Hashim al-Alawi – 622 (23.9%)

 

3rd Capital

Sanabis, Karbabad, Seef

Registered voters: 10,225    

% first round turnout: 9.8%

Ali Shamtout (MP) – 246 (29.1%)

Adel Abdulhamid – 203 (24.0%)

 

4th Capital

Fateh, Juffair, Ghuraifa, Mina Salman, Umm Hassam, Abu-Ghazzal, Adliya

Registered voters: 7,014     

% first round turnout: 62.3%

Abdulrahman Bumajid (MP) – 1773 (42.6%)

Ibrahim al-Mannai (Mithaq) – 738 (17.7%)

 

5th Capital

Bilad al-Qadeem, Zinj, Salmaniya, Segaiya, Mahooz and Abu Asheera

Registered voters: 7,782    

% first round turnout: 32.3%

Nasir al-Qaseer – 821 (36.0%)

Wafa Ajoor – 523 (22.9%)

 

6th Capital

Khamis, Musalla, Tashan, Abu Baham, Adhari, North Sehla, South Sehla

Registered voters: 10,946    

% first round turnout: 26.2%

Ali Hassan Ahmed Alial-Atish (MP, Rabitah) – 1039 (41.8%)

Abdullah al-Kooheji  – 835 (33.6%)

 

7th Capital

Jid Ali, Jurdab

Registered voters: 10,695     

% first round turnout: 46.1%

Osamah al-Khajah – 1458 (32.9%)

Zainab Abdulamir – 1092 (24.6%)

 

8th Capital – no second round vote

Nabih Saleh, Sitra, Industrial Area, Marqoban, Mahaza

Registered voters: 9,372

Dr. Majid al-Asfour – winner

9th Capital

Southern Sitra, East Eker

Registered voters: 9,591   

% first round turnout: 9.6%

Ibrahim al-Asfour – 302 (39.1%)

Mohammed Jaafar – 266 (34.5%)

 

10th Capital

West Eker, Sanad and South Isa Town

Registered voters: 10,046    

% first round turnout: 49.4%

Nabil al-Balooshi – 877 (19.1%)

Ali Ishaqi – 758 (16.5%)

 

1st Muharraq

Busaiteen

Registered voters: 8,071     

 % first round turnout: 85.4%

Saadi Mohammed (Minbar) – 1986 (29.8%)

Ali Bufursan – 1567 (23.6%)

 

2nd Muharraq

Muharraq central

Registered voters: 7,563     

% first round turnout: 79.5%

Ibrahim al-Hamadi – 1761 (30.3%)

Abdulmunim al-Eid – 1550 (26.6%)

 

3rd Muharraq

Muharraq central, Qalali

Registered voters: 7,563    

% first round turnout: 77.6%

Jamal Buhassan – 1219 (21.6%)

Ahmed Al Binali (Wasat) – 1061 (18.8%)

 

4th Muharraq – no second round vote

Muharraq central

Registered voters: 7,904    

% first round turnout: 78.7%

Isa al-Kooheji (MP) – 3022 (50.8%)

 

5th Muharraq

Northeast Muharraq; Amwaj Islands; Qalali

Registered voters: 7,199    

% first round turnout: 87.6%

Mohammed al-Jowder – 1252 (20.5%)

Khalid Bu-Anq – 1245 (20.3%)

 

6th Muharraq

Dair & Samaheej

Registered voters: 7,762     

% first round turnout: 11.1%

Abbas al-Madhi (MP) – 273 (38.8%)

Nabil al-Ashiri – 270 (38.4%)

 

7th Muharraq

Arad

Registered voters: 13,204     

% first round turnout: 74.2%

Ali al-Muqla (Asalah) 1599 (17.1%)

Nasir al-Fadhalah (Minbar) 1525 (16.3%)

 

8th Muharraq – no second round vote

Southern Muharraq; Hidd

Registered voters: 9,065   

 % first round turnout: 85.9%

Abdulrahman Bu-Ali – 4197 (55.7%)

 

1st Northern

Hilla, Meqsha, Karranah, Janusan, Barbar, Diraz

Registered voters: 10,749    

 % first round turnout: 8.1%

Ali al-Dirazi (MP) – 189 (26.8%)

Fatimah al-Asfour – 183 (26.0%)

 

2nd Northern

Markh, Bani Jamra, Diraz

Registered voters: 6,970     

% first round turnout: 8.0%

Jalal Kadhim – 183 (41.0%)

Hussain al-Hamar – 170 (38.1%)

3rd Northern

Budayya, Haniniyah, Jasra, Hamala,

Registered voters: 6,082     

% first round turnout: 64.4%

Hassan al-Dossary (MP) – 1437 (38.0%)

Hamad al-Dossary – 1086 (28.7%)

 

4th Northern

Jidhafs, Jabla Habshi, North Sehla, Qadam, Abu-Quwwah

Registered voters: 9,277    

 % first round turnout: 27.0%

Ghazi Al Rahmah – 646 (29.4%)

Nawaf al-Sayed – 571 (25.9%)

 

5th Northern

Qadam, Hajar, Abu Saiba, Shakhurah, Muqaba, Diraz, Sar, Markh

Registered voters: 10,388  

%  turnout: 16.3%

Ali al-Aradi – 339 (22.7%)

Jamil al-Rowaei – 338 (22.6%)

 

6th Northern

Aali

Registered voters: 10,704     

% first round turnout: 20.2%

Rua al-Haiki – 718 (37.3%)

Mohammed Al Asfour – 323 (16.8%)

 

7th Northern

Al-Qurayah, Janabiyah, Buri, Hamalah, Dumistan

Registered voters: 10,245     

% first round turnout: 15.1%

Majid al-Majid – 366 (28.6%)

Mohammed Bin-Rajab – 199 (15.6%)

 

8th Northern

Hamad Town

Registered voters: 8,521      

% first round turnout: 71.9%

Isa Turki – 2158 (36.9%)

Adel al-Dhawadi (Minbar) – 1848 (31.6%)

 

9th Northern

Hamad Town

Registered voters: 12,315      

% first round turnout: 40.5%

Hassan al-Alawi – 1091 (23.5%)

Abdulhamid Abdulhussain al-Najjar – 1061 (22.9%)

 

10th Northern

Hamad Town

Housing blocks: 1218, 1214, 1212, 1208

Registered voters: 10,552     

% first round turnout: 73.5%

Mohammed al-Ammadi (MP Minbar) – 3643 (49.1%)

Khalid al-Maloud (MP Asalah) – 2138 (28.8%)

 

11th Northern – no second round vote

Hamad Town, Dar Kulayb

Registered voters: 12,341     

% first round turnout: 43.7%

Jamal Dawoud – 3097 (61.67%) ****

 

12th Northern

Dumistan, Luzi, Karzakan, Malikiyah, Sadad, Shahrakan, Safariyah

Registered voters: 11,323     

% first round turnout: 21.7%

Jamila al-Sammak – 963 (46.5%)

Ammad al-Sayed – 315 (15.2%)

 

1st Southern

Isa Town

Registered voters: 7,998    

% first round turnout: 71.3%

Khalid al-Shaer – 1797 (33.1%)

Adnan al-Maliki (MP Asalah) – 1198 (22.1%)

 

2nd Southern

Isa Town, Zayid Town

Registered voters: 8,212      % first round turnout: 70.5%

Mohammed al-Ahmed – 1519 (27.4%)

Isa al-Qadhi (MP) – 1169 (21.1%)

 

3rd Southern – no second round vote

North Riffa, Hajiat

Registered voters: 7,227     

% first round turnout: 84.3%

Abdulhalim Murad (MP Asalah) – 2,964 (63.4%)

 

4th Southern

Nuwaidrat, Sanad, Hajiat

Registered voters: 8,589    

 % first round turnout: 79.3%

Mohammed al-Maarifi – 2656 (41.0%)

Abdulhamid al-Shaikh – 1824 (28.2)

 

5th Southern

West Riffa, Haniniyah, Bukuwarah

Registered voters: 8,788    

 % first round turnout: 85.4%

Khalifa al-Ghanim – 2196 (30.3%)

Fawzia Zainal – 2095 (28.9%)

 

6th Southern

Northern Riffa, Bukuwarah

Registered voters: 8,262      

% first round turnout: 84.0%

Anis Buhindi – 2310 (34.7%)

Mohammed al-Buainain (Mithaq) – 1040 (15.6%)

 

7th Southern

Nuwaidrat, West Riffa, Rawdhah

Housing blocks: 746, 748, 902, 904, 906, 908, 912, 920, 924, 926, 928, 930, 932

Registered voters: 8,304    

 % first round turnout: 80.8%

Abdullah Bin-Huwail (MP) – 2938 (45.4%)

Ahmed al-Dossary – 2775 (42.8%)

 

8th Southern

Southern Sitra, Ma’amir, East Riffa, Awali, Mazrowiyah, Askar, Jaw, Dawr

Registered voters: 6,451     

% first round turnout: 82.1%

Dhiyab al-Noaimi – 1901 (36.7%)

Mohammed al-Sisi – 1082 (20.9)

 

9th Southern

Southwest coast; Sakhir

Registered voters: 5,090     

% first round turnout: 77.7%

Mohsin al-Bakri – 1784 (46.6%)

Mohammed al-Dossary – 785 (20.5%)

 

10th Southern – no second round vote

Southern Bahrain, Dawr & Hawar islands

Registered voters: 2,368   

% first round turnout: 45.3%

Ahmed al-Mulla – 834 (80.27)

Digest of Citizens for Bahrain’s first round election coverage

Citizens for Bahrain’s definitive guide to all 40 constituencies and all 266 candidates:

Capital Governorate

Muharraq Governorate

Northern Governorate

Southern Governorate

Parliamentary elections special – part 10

Section one:  Violent incidents show opposition has no strategy

Section two:  Tribal & family dynamics at play along Bahrain’s west coast

Analysis of 3rd, 6th, 7th & 12th Northern constituencies


Parliamentary elections special – part 9

Section one: Elections Q&A

Section two:  Contest for the loyalist heart of Bahrain

Analysis of 3rd – 7th Southern constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 8

Section one: Predictions for the Bahrain 2014 parliamentary elections

Section two:  Bahrain’s 40 constituencies at a glance

Section three: Battle for Bahrain’s rural southern regions

Analysis of 8th – 10th Southern constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 7

Section one: Do Bahrainis prefer independents or societies?

Section two:  Societies compete against independents for east Muharraq

Analysis of 5th-8th Muharraq constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – Part 6

Section 1: A strong showing for progressive & youth candidates

Section 2: A diverse and tough contest for Isa Town

Analysis of 1st & 2nd Southern constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – Part 5

Section 1: New boundaries in Bahrain’s capital

Section 2: Tough contests to determine the fate of Manama

Analysis of 1st – 6th Capital constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 4

Section one: Sunni societies struggle to form a united front

Section two:  Will independents outperform political societies in Muharraq?

Analysis of 1st – 4th Muharraq constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 3

Section one: Female candidates contest to strengthen their voice in Parliament

Section two:  Women feature strongly in Bahrain’s biggest contest ever

Analysis of 7th – 10th Capital constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – Part 2

Section 1: Militants declare war against Bahrain’s democratic elections

Section 2: Defying the boycott in Bahrain’s northwest constituencies

Analysis of 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th Northern constituencies

Parliamentary Elections special – part 1

Section one: What are the priority issues being fought over in the elections?

Section two: Societies fight to capture Hamad Town

Analysis of 8th – 11th Northern constituencies

Other Citizens for Bahrain elections coverage

Why we shouldn’t boycott the elections

Digest of Citizens for Bahrain’s election coverage

Run off predicted for majority of seats (GDN)

Parliamentary candidates: Put fighting sectarianism at the top of your agenda

To the opposition: Put national priorities first & return to Parliament

Brian Dooley’s “Seven things to watch for in Bahrain’s elections”

Implications of redrawn constituency borders in Bahrain

Check the statistics – Electoral changes do not disfavor Bahrain’s opposition

Response to Justin Gengler & the opposition: Give election reforms a chance

Al-Wefaq reveals its attitude towards democracy: “Elections are a waste of time”

Bahrain’s National Dialogue: A breakthrough for election reform?

Bahrain 2014 parliamentary elections Q&A (October edition)

Definitive guide to Bahrain’s parliamentary elections (October edition)

Misconceptions about Bahrain – Parliamentary elections

 

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