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4718 Likatonian Presidential Election (Second Round)

February 4718 4721 →
  First party Second party
  John Hamilton Jess Baker
Leader John Hamilton Jess Baker
Party Conservative Republican Party Labour Party (Likatonia)
Popular vote 26,583,484 23,910,543
Percentage 52.61 % 47.32 %
Swing Decrease 3.59 % Increase 3.61 %

The 4718 Likatonian Presidential and Senate election was an early election held because of the introduction of the Senate. The Presidential Office and 100 new seats were up for election.

ContextEdit

In the last parliament many reforms to the country was passed in a short amount of time. One of these created the Senate as the new legislative body. Most of these refoms were proposed by the Labour Party and due to a more inactive government saw the Labour Party become the largest party after a massive swing to the CRP the previous election.

ResultsEdit

Presidential ElectionEdit

First RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % +/-
Jess Baker Labour Party 17,514,404 27.32 Increase 5.06 %
John Hamilton Conservative Republican Party 14,843,978 23.16 Decrease 16.12 %
Julia Ward Socialist Workers Party 13,527,489 21.10 Increase 0.01 %
Matthew Walter Social Democrats 9,882,578 15.42 Increase 2.94 %
George A. Morgan National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 8,336,842 13.00 Increase 8.10 %
Total 64,105,291 100

Second RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % Endorsements +/-
John Hamilton Conservative Republican Party 26,583,484 52.61 Decrease 3.59 %
Jess Baker Labour Party 23,910,543 47.32 Social Democrats Increase 3.61 %
Total 50,494,027 100

Senate ElectionEdit

Likatonia Senate 4718
Party Votes % +/- Seats
Lab 17,220,126 26.87 Increase 4.66 %
29 / 100
CRP 14,556,065 22.71 Decrease 16.20 %
23 / 100
SWP 13,771,194 21.49 Increase 0.14 %
21 / 100
SD 10,206,660 15.92 Increase 3.10 %
14 / 100
NULP 8,339,471 13.01 Increase 8.30 %
13 / 100
Total 64,093,516 100

By StateEdit

State Lab +/- CRP +/- SWP +/-
Pirland 10.66 % Increase 4.24 % 36.88 % Decrease 1.04 % 44.02 % Decrease 0.44 %
West Bolton 24.76 % Increase 11.76 % 17.57 % Decrease 4.18 % 33.56 % Increase 4.29 %
East Bolton 31.32 % Increase 0.73 % 13.87 % Decrease 30.02 % 7.32 % Decrease 8.63 %
Madison 32.78 % Increase 4.14 % 24.83 % Decrease 25.26 % 5.80 % Decrease 0.90 %
Norwalk 35.27 % Increase 3.08 % 19.84 % Decrease 19.51 % 16.19 % Increase 5.76 %
State SD +/- NULP +/-
Pirland 8.39 % Decrease 2.72 % 0.06 % Decrease 0.03 %
West Bolton 24.03 % Increase 13.13 % 0.08 % Decrease 25.01 %
East Bolton 8.53 % Decrease 0.97 % 38.96 % Increase 38.88 %
Madison 17.81 % Increase 3.31 % 18.79 % Increase 18.73 %
Norwalk 21.13 % Increase 3.18 % 7.57 % Increase 7.49 %

Government FormationEdit

After the success for the Labour Party, they could decide what government should rule. They decided to go in coalition with the CRP for the first senate cabinet, Tucker I. At the time most thought a left alliance cabinet could take over but to the suprise of many Labour would choose to have less parties in their cabinet and keep it centre alined.

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