Incumbent Verla De Peiza has been returned as president of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) for a third straight year.
Following the two days of voting, which were concluded on Saturday, De Peiza amassed 349 votes while her challenger, former party general secretary George Pilgrim got 197 votes.
“The first feeling was humbled, I really wasn’t expecting it to be such an overwhelming victory,” De Piza said after the election.
“I know that we have had our tussles over the last few weeks and that makes you more quietly confident than anything else.
“So, the thanks goes out to the membership of the party for the confidence that has been reposed in me. Clearly the party has understood that we do need to make changes, they have embraced the changes that have been made and I hope that is a good sign that the other changes that have to come that they will also be onboard for them,” she added.
De Peiza described the party as “one DLP pulling going forward”, now that the internal elections are over.
“Now we face St George North and we face Barbados with a united front,” she said.