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4952 Likatonian general election

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  First party Second party
  Minerva Spinner.jpg Frank Bochette.jpg
Leader Minerva Spinner Frank Bochette
Party Popular Unity The Black Sun
Popular vote 26,000,187 25,000,074
Percentage 50.95 48.99
Swing Decrease 18.13 %

The 4952 Likatonian general election was an election held to elect the President of Likatonia and 150 members of the Senate of Likatonia.

In the presidential election, Minerva Spinner from Popular Unity beat Frank Bochette from The Black Sun in the second round in a much closer election compared to the 4946 second round election. In the Senate, The Black Sun became the largest party gaining 29 seats. Popular Unity came second gaining 1 seats. The Democrats fell to third losing 8 seats, the DCP and CLP also lost a lot of seats. Even though TBS became the largest party but there was a moderate left wing majority in the Senate

Context[]

In the previous Senate the Ghigau I cabinet stayed in power and continued supporting socialist and liberal reforms.

Results[]

Presidential Election[]

First Round []

Candidate Party Endorsements Votes % +/-
Frank Bochette The Black Sun 17,291,238 27.38 Increase 16.58 %
Minerva Spinner Popular Unity 15,250,022 24.15 Decrease 0.51 %
Maria Moreno Democratic Party of Likatonia 9,589,529 15.18 Decrease 4.64 %
Mark Helmer Conservative Labour Party Moderates&Federalists 7,982,228 12.64 Decrease 2.24 %
Moytoy Native Likatonian Confederacy 6,685,462 10.59 Increase 1.63 %
Caelan Bromell Democratic Centrist Party 4,448,654 7.04 Decrease 8.72 %
David Morgan Progressive Republican Party 1,879,434 2.98 Decrease 2.07 %
Total 63,126,567 100

Second Round[]

Candidate Party Endorsements Votes % +/-
Minerva Spinner Popular Unity Native Likatonian Confederacy,
Democratic Party of Likatonia
26,000,187 50.95 Decrease 18.13 %
Frank Bochette The Black Sun 25,000,074 48.99 N/A
Total 51,000,261 100

Senate Election[]

Likatonia Senate 4952.svg
Party Votes % +/- Seats +/-
TBS 16,600,558 26.62 Increase 17.50 %
42 / 150
Increase 29
Unity 15,223,079 24.41 Increase 0.74 %
39 / 150
Increase 1
Dem 9,573,635 15.35 Decrease 5.02 %
24 / 150
Decrease 8
NLC 5,860,895 9.40 Increase 0.33 %
13 / 150
Steady 0
CLP 5,501,372 8.82 Decrease 4.23 %
12 / 150
Decrease 7
DCP 4,131,544 6.62 Decrease 8.10 %
9 / 150
Decrease 14
M&F 3,509,402 5.63 Increase 0.64 %
8 / 150
Increase 1
PRP 1,965,157 3.15 Decrease 1.87 %
3 / 150
Decrease 2
Total 62,365,642 100
150 / 150

Government Formation[]

After the election the moderate left parties agreed to form a coalition unlike after the last election. Popular Unity, the Democrats and NLC formed the Hudson I cabinet lead by Democrat Craig Hudson.