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4734 Likatonian Presidential Election (Second Round)

← 4731 March 4734 4737 →
  First party Second party
  George A Morgan Emily Houward
Leader George A. Morgan Emily Houward
Party National Union for Likatonian Prosperity Social Democrats (Likatonia)
Popular vote 38,713,362 24,725,722
Percentage 61.02 % 38.98 %
Swing Increase 1.51 % N/A

The 4734 Likatonian Presidential and Senate election was an election held because of a snap election due to the rapid removal of parties in the Senate. The Presidential Office and all 100 Senate seats were up for election.

ContextEdit

In the previous parliament the largest change was the Liberalisation of several laws, mostly religious. This gave people more protections and freedoms which were surprisingly taken away by the Social Democrats. Also the two new parties, the far-right Likatonian Indentity Defence League and the more centrist Libertarian Party, both were dissolved in the last Senate.

ResultsEdit

Presidential ElectionEdit

First RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % +/-
George A. Morgan National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 19,022,069 29.81 Decrease 6.50 %
Emily Houward Social Democrats 15,997,663 25.07 Increase 13.31 %
Eric Hamilton Conservative Republican Party 12,173,325 19.08 Decrease 3.34 %
Jacob Henderson Socialist Workers Party 9,851,773 15.44 Increase 1.69 %
Dan Button Labour Party 6,770,071 10.61 Decrease 5.09 %
Total 63,814,901 100

Second RoundEdit

Candidate Party Votes % +/-
George A. Morgan National Union for Likatonian Prosperity 38,713,362 61.02 Increase 1.51 %
Emily Houward Social Democrats 24,725,722 38.98 N/A
Total 63,439,084 100

Senate ElectionEdit

Likatonia Senate 4734
Party Votes % +/- Seats +/-
NULP 18,778,222 29.79 Increase 14.84 %
30 / 100
Increase 15
SD 15,796,744 25.06 Increase 14.35 %
26 / 100
Increase 15
CRP 12,178,087 19.32 Increase 3.52 %
19 / 100
Increase 4
SWP 9,637,658 15.29 Increase 5.66 %
15 / 100
Increase 6
Lab 6,643,727 10.54 Decrease 4.76 %
10 / 100
Decrease 4
Total 63,034,438 100

By StateEdit

State NULP +/- SD +/- CRP +/-
Pirland 14.60 % Decrease 0.07 % 19.87 % Increase 12.99 % 26.01 % Increase 13.47 %
West Bolton 21.49 % Increase 9.45 % 34.81 % Increase 22.04 % 17.74 % Decrease 7.37 %
East Bolton 48.06 % Increase 28.67 % 24.29 % Increase 14.18 % 13.46 % Increase 1.32 %
Madison 35.23 % Increase 20.87 % 22.79 % Increase 11.09 % 21.26 % Decrease 5.75 %
Norwalk 28.06 % Increase 13.91 % 24.99 % Increase 12.22 % 17.88 % Increase 1.31 %
State SWP +/- Lab +/-
Pirland 33.02 % Increase 19.34 % 6.50 % Decrease 29.32 %
West Bolton 10.32 % Increase 6.19 % 15.63 % Increase 12.12 %
East Bolton 8.17 % Decrease 1.02 % 6.02 % Decrease 7.35 %
Madison 10.08 % Increase 1.29 % 10.64 % Decrease 2.14 %
Norwalk 14.36 % Increase 2.22 % 14.72 % Decrease 3.96 %

Government FormationEdit

In this election the two former largest parties, the NULP and SD, saw their seats increased back to normal levels. This left the government formation up in the air to see if a left or right government would exist. A centre government could not be formed because Lab did not want to be in government and would not back the CRP. In the end a SD-SWP coalition got into government with Lab support.

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