654 Kodiak General Election

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654 Kodiak General Election
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All 200 seats in the General Assembly
100 seats are needed for a majority
Turnout43,893,835 (62%)
  First party Second party Third party
Leader Jason Corey Braughn Kryos Tobias Virstürm
Coalition Nation First Left Unity Nation First
Leader's seat Graz Central Bethaven Vikstein
Last election 23.3% 52.3 15.1%
Seats before 42 110 32
Seats won 67 57 41
Seat change Increase 25 Decrease 53 Increase 9
Popular vote 14,441,072 12,158,592 9,700,583
Percentage 32.9% 27.7% 22.1%
Swing Increase 9.6% Decrease 24.6% Increase 7.0%

  Fourth party Fifth party
Leader Immanuel von Zeppelin
Party CKA Unaligned
Coalition Left Unity
Leader's seat Kavergraith West
Last election --% 7.5%
Seats before -- 15
Seats won 24 11
Seat change Increase 24 Decrease 4
Popular vote 4,916,110 2,677,524
Percentage 11.2% 6.1%
Swing Increase 11.2% Decrease 1.4%

General Assembly seats by affiliation after election.
Green Bar represents governing parties.

Chancellor before election

Charlotte Groves

Subsequent Chancellor

Jason M Corey

The 654 General Election was held on 01 May 2023, with campaigning beginning on 17 April 2023. Incumbent Chancellor Charlotte Groves (KWP) did not run for re-election. President Klaus Mikaelson (KWP) did not seek re-election. Mivod Hlaja of the NUP was the only candidate to declare as a candidate for President. Braughn Kyros of the KWP and Jason Corey of the NUP declared as candidates for Chancellor. Chief Justice Martang Eðeltreow retired in 652 and District Court (and temporary high court justice) Ethward Staples lodged his intention to remain midway through the campaign season. This was the first election for a Chief Justice since 630.

This term saw the creation of the Centrist Kodiak Alliance (Previously World FED) party by B. Pandor and his deputy I. von Zeppelin after Mr. Pandor's mysterious disappearance while on holiday in Sjokalade. The CACSPO were also deregistered this term.

The NUP was supported in coalition with the DPPK (previously supportive of the KWP) and the KWP was supported in coalition with the CKA.

The previous term was notable for the struggles with the near total collapse of the advanced economy and an ongoing looming currency crisis while government spending continued to soar. Social projects were a major factor for the term, while power seemed to slowly shift away from the far left towards the centre. The NUP ditching much of its social conservatism in favour of Rhine-ish Capitalism.

The election ran for three days and was certified by the Public Service.

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