2013–2017

2013-01-01 – current

Party Groupings

  • People’s Progressive Movement

    10 seats

  • Independent

    5 seats

  • United Democratic Party

    3 seats

What’s in this dataset?

As much as we know. Here’s a taste of the information we have so far.

Biographical 100%
Social links 0%
Contact details 0%
Identifiers 0%

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Alden McLaughlin

People’s Progressive Movement — George Town

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix MBE, JP, MLA

Alva Suckoo

People’s Progressive Movement — Bodden Town

Gender male
Prefix Mr

Anthony Eden

People’s Progressive Movement — Bodden Town

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix OBE, JP, MLA

Arden McLean

Independent — East End

Gender male
Prefix Mr
Suffix JP, MLA

Bernie Bush

United Democratic Party — West Bay

Gender male
Prefix Mr

D Ezzard Miller

Independent — North Side

Gender male
Prefix Mr
Suffix MLA

D Kurt Tibbetts

People’s Progressive Movement — George Town

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix OBE, JP, MLA

Eugene Ebanks

United Democratic Party — West Bay

Gender male
Prefix Capt
Suffix JP, MLA

Joseph Hew

People’s Progressive Movement — George Town

Gender male
Prefix Mr

Juliana O'Connor-Connolly

People’s Progressive Movement — Cayman Brac and Little Cayman

Gender female
Prefix Hon
Suffix JP, MLA

Marco Archer

People’s Progressive Movement — George Town

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix MLA

Moses Kirkconnell

People’s Progressive Movement — Cayman Brac and Little Cayman

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix JP, MLA

Osbourne Bodden

People’s Progressive Movement — Bodden Town

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix MLA

Roy McTaggart

Independent — George Town

Gender male
Prefix Mr

Tara Rivers

Independent — West Bay

Gender female
Prefix Hon
Suffix MLA

W McKeeva Bush

United Democratic Party — West Bay

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix OBE, JP, MLA

Wayne Panton

People’s Progressive Movement — Bodden Town

Gender male
Prefix Hon
Suffix MLA

Winston Conolly

Independent — George Town

Gender male
Prefix Mr
Suffix MLA

Ruby programmer? It’s easy to use this data in your own app! Use the gem like this:

require 'everypolitician'
country = Everypolitician::Index.new.country('Cayman-Islands')
house = country.legislature('Legislative-Assembly')
house.popolo.terms.find_by(id: 'term/2013').memberships.each do |membership|
  puts "#{membership.person.name} (#{membership.party.name}): #{membership.person.gender}"
end

Libraries also available in Python and PHP.

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