Botswana: Party performance by constituency 1999

Updated April 2007

The election took place in 16 October 1999 (IEC 1999, 1).

Constituency BAM BCP BDP BNF Others Total Winner
Boteti - 797 6 053 2 354 - 9 204 BDP
Gaborone North 55 1 224 2 290 2 551 - 6 120 BNF
Gaborone Central 293 983 2 868 1 874 13 6 031 BDP
Serowe North - 225 6 392 329 - 6 946 BDP
Selibe/Phikwe 134 4 295 6 713 2 775 - 13 917 BDP
Sebina/Gweta 964 551 4 249 401 - 6 165 BDP
Palapye 171 1 675 5 164 796 - 7 806 BDP
Okavango 933 4 308 4 226 321 - 9 788 BCP
Tswapong South - 468 5 891 1 867 - 8 226 BDP
Tswapong North - 330 4 973 531 - 5 834 BDP
Tonota 434 561 4 724 1 035 - 6 754 BDP
Thamaga - 305 5 793 2 497 - 8 595 BDP
South East - 1 688 5 609 - - 7 297 BDP
Shoshong - 260 4 589 1 703 - 6 552 BDP
Serowe South - 248 6 538 966 - 7 752 BDP
North East 3 523 230 6 063 910 - 10 726 BDP
Nkange 1 061 1 523 3 925 877 - 7 386 BDP
Ngwaketse West - 428 4 615 4 602 - 9 645 BDP
Ngwaketse North - 638 3 771 3 935 - 8 344 BNF
Ngami 2 489 356 5 127 326 - 8 298 BDP
Moshupa 178 345 4 157 2 434 909 8 023 BDP
Molepolole - - 6 939 3 018 - 9 957 BDP
Mogoditshane - 1 147 4 587 3 177 - 8 911 BDP
Mmadinare - - 4 398 567 - 4 965 BDP
Maun/Chobe 2 687 2 158 7 990 1 828 - 14 663 BDP
Mahalapye - 706 6 024 2 736 - 9 466 BDP
Lobatse 40 560 3 226 3 976 - 7 802 BNF
Letlhakeng East - 124 5 465 4 926 - 10 515 BDP
Lentswelatau - 708 4 187 1 652 - 6 547 BDP
Kagtleng West - 1 676 4 569 3 616 - 9 861 BDP
Kagtleng East - 2 333 2 968 2 138 - 7 439 BDP
Kgalagadi - 958 5 928 4 661 - 11 547 BDP
Kanye 336 452 3 927 5 331 95 10 141 BNF
Ghanzi - 920 4 044 2 848 - 7 812 BDP
Gaborone West 157 2 011 3 837 4 673 9 10 678 BNF
Gaborone South 30 266 2 517 3 742 - 6 555 BNF
Francistown West 1 142 1 623 4 018 1 604 - 8 387 BDP
Francistown East 1 178 1 416 4 310 1 525 - 8 429 BDP
Bobirwa - 1 244 4 913 - - 6 157 BDP
Barolong - 356 5 021 2 355 - 7 732 BDP
Rejected Ballots 17 481
Total 15 805 4 096 192 598 87 457 1 026 354 463

Table source

IEC 1999, 12-17.

References

IEC 1999 Report to his Honour the Vice-President and Minister of Presidential Affairs and Public Administration on the General Elections 1999.