Progressive Alliance
AbbreviationPA
LeaderThomas Williams
FounderPatrick Andersen
FoundedMarch 4886
DissolvedNovember 4916
Succeeded byPopular Unity
HeadquartersClovisport, West Bolton, Likatonia
Student wingProgressive Student Council
Youth wingYoung Progressives
Women's wingFeminist Initiative
LGBT+ wingLGBT+ Progressives
IdeologyDemocratic socialism
Progressivism
Eco-socialism
Feminism
Green Politics
Pacifism
Internationalism
Secularism
Political positionLeft-wing
Colors     Salmon (customary)
Senate
0 / 99
Governorships
0 / 5
Cabinet
0 / 13
Website
www.progressives.lk

The Progressive Alliance (PA) was a left-wing progressive movement and political party in Likatonia. It was founded in 4886 by Patrick Andersen, a mathematician and software developer formerly associated with the SWP who eventually became the 1st leftist Chancellor of Likatonia.

The party was mainly a democratic socialist force, but it also included people of different ideological backgrounds that belong to the left. It was branded as a radical left alliance that seeks to unite all progressive people of Likatonia.

The PA remained in government for most of its existence, leading many progressive cabinets that transformed Likatonia to a more equal, free and democratic society. The party was eventually disbanded after the 4916 general elections, when the PA lost to the Conservative Labour Party with more than 20% of the vote. The party was later rebranded as the Popular Unity.

Election Results[edit | edit source]

Presidential Results[edit | edit source]

Year Candidate 1st round 2nd round Result
Votes % +/- Position Votes %
4887 Patrick Andersen 780,381 1.17 N/A Increase 7th Lost
4889 Endorsed Lottie Noble 17,958,321 27.59 N/A Increase 1st 22,523,862 42.65 Lost
4891 Endorsed Dan James 17,750,143 29.46 N/A Decrease 2nd 22,490,500 40.89 Lost
4893 Lynda Evans 26,124,062 40.47 N/A Increase 1st 42,247,707 69.31 Won
4895 Lynda Evans 21,892,115 36.05 Decrease 4.42 % Steady 1st 27,293,527 52.22 Won
4898 Lynda Evans 19,590,203 31.42 Decrease 4.63 % Decrease 2nd 34,884,466 62.61 Won
4901 Lynda Evans 17,371,389 26.74 Decrease 4.68 % Steady 2nd 29,328,272 52.82 Won
4904 Lynda Evans 14,051,035 22.36 Decrease 4.38 % Steady 2nd 28,113,279 48.86 Lost
4905 Justin Freeman 16,545,253 25.55 N/A Steady 2nd 24,763,978 47.47 Lost
4908 Justin Freeman 17,285,547 25.88 Increase 0.33 % Steady 2nd 29,217,738 51.29 Won
4911 Justin Freeman 14,939,129 22.60 Decrease 3.28 % Steady 2nd 27,725,451 57.89 Won
4913 Justin Freeman 10,801,657 17.97 Decrease 4.63 % Steady 2nd 28,853,828 49.95 Lost
May 4916 Justin Freeman 15,018,920 23.22 Increase 5.23 % Steady 2nd 28,399,605 49.26 Lost
October 4916 Sonja Roberts 14,772,694 23.56 N/A Steady 2nd 22,044,650 41.53 Lost

Senate Results[edit | edit source]

Election Votes % +/- Seats +/– Position Role
4887 779,700 1.16 N/A
1 / 99
Increase 1 Increase 7th Opposition
4889 Part of CSD
22 / 99
Increase 21 Increase 1st (CDS) Andersen I
4891
18 / 99
Decrease 4 Steady 1st (CDS) Opposition
4893
26 / 99
Increase 8 Steady 1st (CDS) Rizzo I
4895
28 / 99
Increase 2 Steady 1st (CDS) Andersen II
4898
26 / 99
Decrease 2 Steady 1st (CDS) Andersen II
4901 17,675,429 27.06 Increase 1.72 %
27 / 99
Increase 1 Decrease 2nd James I
4904 14,396,063 22.66 Decrease 4.40 %
22 / 99
Decrease 5 Steady 2nd James I
4905 16,205,320 25.03 Increase 2.37 %
26 / 99
Increase 4 Steady 2nd Davis I
4908 17,317,037 25.80 Increase 0.77 %
27 / 99
Increase 1 Steady 2nd Lamb I
4911 15,011,771 22.86 Decrease 2.94 %
23 / 99
Decrease 4 Steady 2nd Williams I
4913 10,864,864 17.99 Decrease 4.87 %
18 / 99
Decrease 5 Steady 2nd Opposition
May 4916 15,018,920 23.22 Increase 5.23 %
24 / 99
Increase 6 Steady 2nd Opposition
October 4916 14,251,792 22.94 Decrease 0.28 %
23 / 99
Decrease 1 Steady 2nd Opposition
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