The following links may be of interest to you.
Samoan electoral resources
The Samoan Office of the Electoral Commissioner has excellent resources, including recent election results, on their website.
Elections elsewhere in the Pacific
An archive of Solomon Islands election results, as well as useful accompanying information, can be found here.
An archive of election results for Papua New Guinea can be found here.
Samoan election research
A lot of excellent research has been conducted on elections and electoral politics in Samoa. The list below is of helpful references. The list is not exhaustive.
Baker, K (2014) Explaining the outcome of gender quota campaigns in Samoa and Papua New Guinea. Political Science 66(1), 63-83.
Corbett, J and Shiu, RN (2014) Leadership Succession and the High Drama of Political Conduct: Corruption Stories from Samoa. Pacific Affairs 87(4), 743-763.
Fiti-Sinclair, R, Schoeffel, P and Meleisea, M (2017) Women and political participation: the 2016 election in Samoa. Centre for Samoan Studies, Apia.
Iati, I (2013) Samoa’s Price for 25 Years of Political Stability. The Journal of Pacific History 48(4), 443-463.
Meleisea, LM, Meredith, M, Chan Mow, MaI, Schoeffel, P, Lauano, SA, Sasa, H, Boodoosingh, R and Sahib, M (2015) Political Representation and Women’s Empowerment in Samoa Centre for Samoan Studies – National University of Samoa, Apia. 1.
Ng Shiu, R, Carter, G, Haley, N, Zubrinich, K and Baker, K (2017) 2016 Samoan General Election: Domestic Observation Report. Australian National University, Canberra.
So’o, A (2001) Samoa. In: Elections in Asia and the Pacific: a data handbook, 779-794. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
So’o, A (2008) Democracy and Custom in Samoa: An Uneasy Alliance. Institute of Pacific Studies, Fiji.
So’o, A (2012) Political Development. In. L. M. Meleisea, E. Meleisea and P. Schoeffel (eds) Samoa’s Journey 1962-2012: aspects of history, 44-76. Victoria University Press, Wellington.
So’o, A and Fraenkel, J (2005) The role of ballot chiefs (matai pälota) and political parties in Sämoa’s shift to universal suffrage. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 43(3), 333-361.
Tuimaleali’Ifano, M (2001) ‘Aia Tatau and Afioga Tutasi: ‘Aiga versus Tama a ‘Aiga: Manipulation of Old and New Practices: An MP for Falelatai and Samatau in Samoa’s 2001 Elections. The Journal of Pacific History 36(3), 317-325.
Va’a, LF (1983) General Elections in Western Samoa, 1979-1982. Political Science 35(1), 78-102.
Vaa, R, Afamasaga, GT, Vaai, KE and Williams, EB (2006) The 2001 Samoa general elections: a study of voter behaviour and voter opinion. University of the South Pacific, Apia, Samoa.