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4721 Likatonian Presidential Election (Second Round)

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  First party Second party
  Jess Baker George A Morgan
Leader Jess Baker George A. Morgan
Party Labour Party (Likatonia) National Union for Likatonian Prosperity
Popular vote 30,196,995 22,167,169
Percentage 57.62 % 42.29 %
Swing Increase 10.30 % N/A

The 4721 Likatonian Presidential and Senate election was an election held because the first term of the Senate was up. The Presidential Office and 100 Senate seats were up for election.

ContextEdit

In the last parliament there were more reforms passed by the government, overhauling energy by regulating the market, as well as reforms in Justice and Science. Also in this parliament the Senate voted to lower the time between elections from 4 to 3 years however this did not result in a snap elction as the 3 year mark was not reached before the law was passed. A second Fascist Party was set up in Likatonia during the Senate, it was called the National Socialist Workers Party.

ResultsEdit

Presidential ElectionEdit

First RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % +/-
Jess Baker Labour Party 21,080,796 35.03 Increase 7.71 %
George A. Morgan National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 15,689,802 26.07 Increase 13.07 %
Julia Ward Socialist Workers Party 9,925,129 16.49 Decrease 4.61 %
Matthew Walter Social Democrats 7,226,143 12.01 Decrease 3.41 %
John Hamilton Conservative Republican Party 6,257,816 10.40 Decrease 12.76 %
Total 60,179,686 100

Second RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % Endorsements +/-
Jess Baker Labour Party 30,196,995 57.62 Social Democrats Increase 10.30 %
George A. Morgan National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 22,167,169 42.29 N/A
Total 52,364,164 100

Senate ElectionEdit

Likatonia Senate 4721
Party Votes % +/- Seats +/-
Lab 19,438,946 31.81 Increase 4.94 %
34 / 100
Increase 5
NULP 14,458,697 23.66 Increase 10.65 %
23 / 100
Increase 10
SWP 9,733,789 15.93 Decrease 5.56 %
17 / 100
Decrease 4
SD 7,181,587 11.75 Decrease 4.17 %
11 / 100
Decrease 3
CRP 6,101,157 9.98 Decrease 12.73 %
9 / 100
Decrease 14
NSWP 4,201,037 6.87 N/A
6 / 100
N/A
Total 61,115,213 100

By StateEdit

State Lab +/- NULP +/- SWP +/-
Pirland 22.76 % Increase 12.10 % 13.58 % Increase 13.52 % 29.03 % Decrease 14.99 %
West Bolton 24.10 % Decrease 0.66 % 12.10 % Increase 12.02 % 30.65 % Decrease 2.91 %
East Bolton 36.70 % Increase 5.38 % 47.16 % Increase 8.20 % 3.51 % Decrease 3.81 %
Madison 39.83 % Increase 7.05 % 25.38 % Increase 6.59 % 6.32 % Increase 0.52 %
Norwalk 33.54 % Increase 1.73 % 17.30 % Increase 9.73 % 13.72 % Decrease 2.47 %
State SD +/- CRP +/- NSWP +/-
Pirland 7.34 % Decrease 1.05 % 14.28 % Decrease 22.60 % 13.02 % N/A
West Bolton 15.54 % Decrease 8.49 % 8.10 % Decrease 9.47 % 9.52 % N/A
East Bolton 5.51 % Decrease 3.02 % 7.03 % Decrease 6.84 % 0.09 % N/A
Madison 16.56 % Decrease 1.25 % 11.86 % Decrease 12.97 % 0.05 % N/A
Norwalk 13.95 % Decrease 7.18 % 8.81 % Decrease 11.03 % 12.68 % N/A

Government FormationEdit

In this election the Labour Party gained seats, so it was expected that they would be part of a coalition. However, the current coalition lost its majority. This resulted in a Lab-SD-CRP government, Tucker II, which continued much of the work which was put in place and planned by the last government.

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