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October 2009  December 2009
Ostentia Government Election November 2009
Electionplqx Electioncc0
Candidate Plqx Simon Commoncold
Party Independent Reform
Home state Falahn Oredia
States carried 13 0
Percentage 50.00% 20.00%
Electiondynamojax Electionmiller
Candidate Kay Jackson Carl Miller
Party AAPA-CCP The Alliance
Home state Enchiridion Thorby
States carried 0 0
Percentage 20.00% 10.00%
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Popular vote winner by state.

Incumbent Prime Minister
Simon Commoncold
Reform

Prime Minister-elect
Plqx
Independent

Ostentia Parliamentary Election November 2009
All 180 seats to the House of Commons
First party Second party Third party
no image Reformparty AAPAabbNew
Party Plqx & Supporters Reform Ad Astra Per Aspera
Last election 1 seat 71 seats 28 seats
Seats won 76 30 19
Seat change +75 -41 -9
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Alliance Ccp Booparty
Party The Alliance Centrist Conservative Boo
Last election 13 seats 14 seats 29 seats
Seats won 15 12 3
Seat change +2 -2 -26

The November 2009 General Election took place on 18 November 2009. Voters across Ostentia voted in simultaneous government and parliamentary elections. In a suprise result, the incumbent Reform Party Prime Minister, Commoncold0, was soundly defeated by independent challenger Plqx, whos supporters also won a plurality of seats in the House of Commons.

Government ElectionEdit

Party NominationsEdit

Reform PartyEdit

The Reform Party set a new precedent in this election by holding Ostentia's first ever primaries. Prime Minister Simon Commoncold ran unopposed throughout the primary process, winning every state he contested with the exception of Olin, where he was beaten by unpledged delegates. At the party convention on 14th November, he was elected as the Reform Party candidate for Prime Minister on the first ballot of delegates.

AAPA-CCP CoalitionEdit

In response to the Reform Party, the Coalition ran it own primary process, with both Kay Jackson and Lord Wallace Buttersworth seeking the nomination, making it Ostentia's first contested primary. At the start of the coalition's convention on 15th November, Jackson had a plurality of delegates with 103 pledged to support him against 68 pledged to support Buttersworth. With 39 unpledged delegates initially abstaining, this left Jackson 3 votes short of a majority and he failed to win on the first ballot. At the second ballot taken 24 hours later, Jackson won 111 votes to Buttersworth's 83, securing him the nomination.

Boo PartyEdit

The Boo Party did not field a candidate for this election.

The AllianceEdit

The Alliance also held primaries, although the process is believed to have been marred by "raiding" from opponents of the party. The process was later abandoned, leaving Carl Miller to contest the election without primary endorsement.

Plqx CandidacyEdit

Shortly before the election, Plqx announced his intention to stand for the Prime Minister. Originally seen as a joke, the candidacy nevertheless quickly gained momentum.

ResultsEdit

November 2009 Government Election
Party Candidate % ±%
Independent Plqx 50.00% +50.00%
Reform Simon Commoncold 20.00% -25.45%
AAPA-CCP Kay Jackson 20.00% -7.27%
The Alliance Carl Miller 10.00% +0.81%


Parliamentary ElectionEdit

ResultsEdit

November 2009 Parliamentary Election
Party Seats Gains Losses Net Gain/Loss Seats %
Plqx & Supporters 76 75 0 +75 42.2%
Ad Astra Per Aspera
19 0 9 -9 10.6%
Centrist Conservative
12 0 2 -2 6.7%
AAPA-CCP (Total) 31 0 11 -11 17.2%
Reform 30 0 41 -41 16.7%
The Alliance 15 2 0 +2 8.3%
Woist Voice 6 0 0 0 3.3%
Nashun Liberal 4 0 0 0 2.2%
Oredian Royalist 4 0 0 0 2.2%
Boo 3 0 26 -26 1.7%
Falahn Royalist 2 0 0 0 1.1%
N.I. Separatist 2 0 0 0 1.1%
Oredian Separatist 2 1 0 0 1.1%
Speaker 1 0 0 0 0.6%
Independent 4 0 0 0 2.2%

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