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4731 Likatonian Presidential Election (Second Round)

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  First party Second party
  Eric Hamilton
Leader (Blank Candidate) Eric Hamilton
Party National Union for Likatonian Prosperity Conservative Republican Party
Popular vote 28,797,448 19,563,272
Percentage 59.51 % 40.43 %
Swing Increase 18.38 % N/A

The 4731 Likatonian Presidential and Senate election was an election held due to the fifth Senate term being up. The Presidential Office and all 100 Senate seats were up for election.

ContextEdit

In the previous parliament the major change proposed by the government was the introduction of a Political Supreme Court. This was a major change from the past of Likatonia but seen as a good move for democracy. Also two new parties were set up, the far-right Likatonian Indentity Defence League and the more centrist Libertarian Party.

ResultsEdit

Presidential ElectionEdit

First RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % Endorsements +/-
(Blank Candidate) National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 23,378,933 36.31 LIDL Increase 7.01 %
Eric Hamilton Conservative Republican Party 14,438,217 22.42 Increase 11.11 %
Dan Button Labour Party 10,112,924 15.70 Decrease 3.82 %
Jacob Henderson Socialist Workers Party 8,855,619 13.75 Increase 0.85 %
Terressa Nickson Social Democrats 7,575,331 11.76 Decrease 15.21 %
Total 64,361,024 100

Second RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % Endorsements +/-
(Blank Candidate) National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 28,797,448 59.51 LIDL Increase 18.38 %
Eric Hamilton Conservative Republican Party 19,563,272 40.43 N/A
Total 48,360,720 100

Senate ElectionEdit

Likatonia Senate 4731
Party Votes % +/- Seats +/-
Lib 13,251,957 20.22 N/A
23 / 100
N/A
CRP 10,357,953 15.80 Increase 4.40 %
15 / 100
Increase 4
NULP 9,801,336 14.95 Decrease 13.88 %
15 / 100
Decrease 15
Lab 10,025,587 15.30 Decrease 2.66 %
14 / 100
Decrease 3
LIDL 8,773,177 13.39 N/A
13 / 100
N/A
SD 7,020,705 10.71 Decrease 18.06 %
11 / 100
Decrease 18
SWP 6,310,034 9.63 Decrease 3.41 %
9 / 100
Decrease 4
Total 65,540,749 100

By StateEdit

State Lib +/- CRP +/- NULP +/- Lab +/-
Pirland 14.56 % N/A 12.54 % Decrease 4.33 % 14.67 % Decrease 5.00 % 35.82 % Increase 11.08 %
West Bolton 37.78 % N/A 10.37 % Decrease 10.62 % 12.04 % Decrease 7.23 % 3.51 % Decrease 20.16 %
East Bolton 18.12 % N/A 12.14 % Increase 7.27 % 19.39 % Decrease 30.78 % 13.37 % Increase 5.48 %
Madison 12.88 % N/A 27.01 % Increase 17.84 % 14.36 % Decrease 14.88 % 12.78 % Decrease 3.95 %
Norwalk 18.64 % N/A 16.57 % Increase 9.73 % 14.15 % Decrease 9.33 % 10.76 % Decrease 7.41 %
State LIDL +/- SD +/- SWP +/-
Pirland 1.85 % N/A 6.88 % Decrease 5.57 % 13.68 % Decrease 12.60 %
West Bolton 19.41 % N/A 12.77 % Decrease 13.86 % 4.13 % Decrease 5.30 %
East Bolton 18.31 % N/A 9.48 % Decrease 23.53 % 9.19 % Increase 5.12 %
Madison 12.48 % N/A 11.70 % Decrease 22.42 % 8.79 % Decrease 1.95 %
Norwalk 14.98 % N/A 12.77 % Decrease 23.61 % 12.14 % Decrease 3.00 %

Government FormationEdit

In this election the public voted for a fractured senate with many different political beliefs in it, being equally strong. The three leading parties all seeing major blows. The only party in the last Senate which saw gains was the CRP. The intention was to create a Lib-CRP government with Lab support but due to the dissolution of the LIDL and later Lib this did not happen. The Baker Cabinet remained in office as a caretaker administration.

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