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4727 Likatonian Presidential Election (Second Round)

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  First party Second party
  Matthew Walter
Leader Matthew Walter (Blank Candidate)
Party Social Democrats (Likatonia) National Union for Likatonian Prosperity
Popular vote 33,769,292 26,775,158
Percentage 55.75 % 44.20 %
Swing Decrease 2.77 % Increase 2.72 %

The 4727 Likatonian Presidential and Senate election was an election held because the third Senate term was up. The Presidential Office and all 100 Senate seats were up for election.

ContextEdit

In the previous parliament taxation and pension budget was changed. This was not as radical as the first two Senates which passed reforms, but these did provided needed change for Likatonia.

ResultsEdit

Presidential ElectionEdit

First RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % +/-
(Blank Candidate) National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 20,010,312 30.08 Decrease 0.21 %
Matthew Walter Social Democrats 19,143,430 28.77 Increase 4.41 %
Dan Button Labour Party 13,912,621 20.91 Increase 4.37 %
Kristen White Conservative Republican Party 7,798,185 11.72 Decrease 3.38 %
Jacob Henderson Socialist Workers Party 5,637,385 8.47 Decrease 5,24 %
Total 66,533,528 99.95

Second RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % Endorsements +/-
Matthew Walter Social Democrats 33,769,292 55.75 CRP Decrease 2.77 %
(Blank Candidate) National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 26,775,158 44.20 Increase 2.72 %
Total 60,544,450 100

Senate ElectionEdit

Likatonia Senate 4727
Party Votes % +/- Seats +/-
NULP 20,087,672 30.32 Increase 0.81 %
32 / 100
Increase 1
SD 19,119,236 28.86 Increase 4.39 %
30 / 100
Increase 5
Lab 14,001,813 21.13 Increase 4.32 %
21 / 100
Increase 5
CRP 7,432,838 11.22 Decrease 3.32 %
10 / 100
Decrease 3
SWP 5,577,945 8.42 Decrease 6.25 %
7 / 100
Decrease 8
Total 66,252,920 99.95

By StateEdit

State NULP +/- SD +/- Lab +/-
Pirland 21.29 % Decrease 0.64 % 14.40 % Increase 3.59 % 39.05 % Increase 12.97 %
West Bolton 18.89 % Increase 0.37 % 26.69 % Decrease 12.81 % 18.89 % Increase 10.38 %
East Bolton 52.04 % Increase 1.11 % 32.87 % Increase 10.16 % 7.32 % Decrease 5.84 %
Madison 31.77 % Increase 3.57 % 33.36 % Increase 9.09 % 20.65 % Increase 2.51 %
Norwalk 26.28 % Increase 0.71 % 36.30 % Increase 10.09 % 20.21 % Increase 2.41 %
State CRP +/- SWP +/-
Pirland 17.93 % Increase 2.68 % 7.27 % Decrease 18.66 %
West Bolton 20.62 % Increase 6.20 % 14.88 % Decrease 4.17 %
East Bolton 3.90 % Decrease 4.76 % 3.82 % Decrease 0.72 %
Madison 7.65 % Decrease 10.17 % 6.49 % Decrease 5.08 %
Norwalk 7.00 % Decrease 9.73 % 10.16 % Decrease 3.53 %

Government FormationEdit

In this election the Social Democratic parties (SD and Lab) increased their seat share but the NULP still was the largest party. Originally there were plans to draw up a new cabinet but eventually decided to keep the current SD-Lab-CRP government still headed by Labour Party.

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