The results showed the party of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit winning 18 of the 21 legislative seats.
The opposition United Workers’ Party of Lennox Linton lost three seats, managing to hold on to three.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit’s wife, Melissa Skerrit, a first-time candidate, won the Roseau Central seat in her first ever political outing.
The Dominica elections on Friday were marked by unrest as protesters demanded electoral reform.
Just one day before the poll, two persons were reported injured in a confrontation between police and demonstrators.
Prime Minister Skerrit, in a televised address Friday night, announced that victory celebrations would be put on hold.
He said there will be a day of National Peace, Prayer, Reconciliation and Healing on Sunday.
Describing the election campaign as “bruising” the Dominica PM declared that given the fear and intimidation created by the opposition, his countrymen chose not to stay home and came out and voted.
He held out an olive branch to UWP leader, Lennox Linton, saying that he looked forward to inviting him to early discussions “as we all seek to unite the nation.