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Symphonian imperial election, 83

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All 974 seats in the Imperial Assembly
487 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Mario Catlin Imogen Vemulakonda Leland Braune
Party Liberal-Progressive Conservative Faith in Democracy
Leader since 22 March 81 18 October 80 25 October 75
Leader's seat Mustang Central Rocky Mount Concordia Borough
Last election 403 seats, 38.8%[1] 401 seats, 30.3% 104 seats, 21.3%
Seats won 548 285 74
Seat change Increase145 Decrease116 Decrease30
Popular vote 16,457,130 13,330,638 8,088,099
Percentage 36.3% 29.4% 17.9%
Swing Decrease2.5% Decrease0.9% Decrease3.4%

  Fourth party Fifth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Malcolm Skywalker Purnima Klaasen
Party Labour Marketeer
Leader since 1 May 74 27 November 81
Leader's seat Marston Territory Fenesia North
Last election 38 seats, 7.4% Did not exist
Seats won 21 17
Seat change Decrease17 Increase17
Popular vote 2,279,167 1,980,111
Percentage 5.0% 4.4%
Swing Decrease2.4% Increase4.4%

Premier before election

Imogen Vemulakonda
Conservative

Appointed Premier

Mario Catlin
Liberal-Progressive


Chinese parliamentary election, 1948

← 1940 2 March 1948 1952 →

All 760 seats in the Legislative Yuan
381 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Wu Dongfeng Sima Jia Wang Jingwei
Party Nationalist Democratic Spirit Encouragement
Last election 92 seats, 25.2% 569 seats, 67.4% 53 seats, 5.7%
Seats won 326 254 67
Seat change Increase234 Decrease315 Increase14
Popular vote 42.9% 38.8% 8.8%
Swing Increase21.8% Decrease28.6% Increase3.1%

  Fourth party Fifth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Zhang Guotao Tian Yuni
Party Communist Purple List
Last election 46 seats, 5.3% New party
Seats won 66 6
Seat change Increase20 Increase6
Popular vote 8.8% 0.8%
Swing Increase3.5% Increase0.8%

President and Premier before election

Zhang Len & Lin Sen
Democratic & Nationalist

Appointed President and Premier

Sima Jia & Cheng Luoyang
Democratic

2000 United States presidential election

← 1996 November 7, 2000 2004 →

538 electoral votes of the Electoral College
270 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Donald Trump Ted Kennedy George W. Bush
Party Reform Democratic Republican
Home state New York Massachusetts Texas
Running mate Frank Fasi Tom Vilsack Bill Frist
Electoral vote 268 135 135
States carried 24 (EC)
34 (HR)
12 + DC (EC)
7 (HR)
14 (EC)
6 (HR)
Popular vote 40,628,340 37,396,541 33,587,634
Percentage 35.2% 32.4% 29.1%

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Presidential election results map. Green denotes states won by Trump/Fasi, red denotes those won by Kennedy/Vilsack, blue denotes those won by Bush/Frist. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to the winner of each state.

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House of Representatives presidential ballot (September 26, 2001). Green denotes states with a Donald Trump majority, red denotes those with a Ted Kennedy majority, blue denotes those with a George W. Bush majority, yellow denotes states with no majority.

President before election

Bill Clinton
Democratic

Elected President

Donald Trump[2]
Reform

British presidential election, 1937

14 October 1937 (1)
28 October 1937 (2)
1942 →
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Candidate Winston Churchill James Maxton Ernest Shepperson
Party Liberal Independent Labour Agriculturalist
Alliance National Democratic
National Liberal
Communist
Prohibition
Protestant Unionist
Home region East of England Scotland West Midlands
Popular vote 6,238,456 (1)
10,040,779 (2)
4,652,935 (1)
8,188,667 (2)
2,397,280 (1)
Percentage 36.1% (1)
55.1% (2)
26.9% (1)
44.9% (2)
13.9% (1)

  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Candidate Hugh Dalton Samuel Hoare
Party Social Democratic Conservative
Alliance Co-operative Liberal Unionist
Home region Northumbria East of England
Popular vote 2,177,932 (1) 1,457,712 (1)
Percentage 12.6% (1) 8.4% (1)

Nick Clegg
Presidential election results maps by region. Left is first round, right is second.

President before election

None
(Edward VIII as King)

Elected President

Winston Churchill
Liberal

Cornish general election, 2019

← 2015 21 February 2019 Next →

All 25 seats in the Cornish Stannary Parliament
13 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader George Eustice Sarah Newton Andrew George
Party Cornish Nationalist National Liberal
Leader since 23 May 2016 5 August 2011 19 September 2017
Leader's seat Camborne and Redruth Truro and Falmouth St Ives and the Isles of Scilly
Last election 3 seats, 9.3% 9 seats, 27.9% 5 seats, 20.4%
Seats won 11 5 3
Seat change Increase8 Decrease4 Decrease2
Popular vote 95,329 74,014 49,754
Percentage 30.1% 23.4% 15.7%
Swing Increase20.8% Decrease4.5% Decrease4.7%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Derek Collins Jayne Kirkham David Mathews
Party Mebyon Kernow Democratic Left Unionist
Leader since 21 April 2016 6 May 2017 12 August 2014
Leader's seat St Austell and Newquay Truro and Falmouth St Austell and Newquay
Last election 3 seats, 11.3% 1 seat, 7.3%[3] 0 seats, 1.9%
Seats won 3 1 1
Seat change Steady Steady Increase1
Popular vote 37,466 18,970 15,328
Percentage 11.8% 6.0% 4.8%
Swing Increase0.5% Decrease1.3% Increase2.9%

  Seventh party
  Nick Clegg
Leader Chris Cardell
Party Agriculturalist
Leader since 15 May 2003
Leader's seat Truro and Falmouth
Last election 4 seats, 18.5%
Seats won 1
Seat change Decrease3
Popular vote 11,148
Percentage 3.5%
Swing Decrease15.0%

Lady Warden before election

Sarah Newton
National

Appointed Lord Warden

George Eustice
Cornish Nationalist

2064 United States presidential election

← 2060 November 4, 2064 2068 →
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Simon Tallis Juili Locklear Tristan Howell
Party Independent-Republican Democratic Save Our Dollar
Home state Oregon Alaska Maine
Running mate Tori Rosales Ruby Schiff Jas Peralta
States carried 26 + AA 9 + DC 19
Popular vote 82,132,254 76,082,853 70,033,452
Percentage 35.3% 32.7% 30.1%

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Presidential election results map by states and districts.
     denotes those with a Tallis/Rosales plurality
     denotes those with a Locklear/Schiff plurality
     denotes those with a Howell/Peralta plurality

President before election

Simon Tallis
Independent-Republican

Elected President

Simon Tallis
Independent-Republican

Presidential Election of 1824 (United States)

← 1820 October 26 – December 2, 1824 1832 →

All 104 electoral votes of the Electoral College
53 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Mordecai Lincoln Meriwether Lewis
Party Unionist Unionist
Home state Kentucky[4] Kentucky[5]
Running mate Philip Hamilton Gideon Granger
Electoral vote 104 0
States carried 13 0
Popular vote 98,957 83,958
Percentage 54.1% 45.9%

Nick Clegg
Presidential election results map.
Numbers indicate the number of electoral votes allotted to each state.
     denotes those won by Lincoln/Hamilton.
     denotes organized territories.

President before election

Mordecai Lincoln
Unionist

Elected President

Mordecai Lincoln
Unionist

Social Democratic Party leadership election, 2005
← 2000 21 May - 11 June 2005 2013 →
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Candidate Peter Mandelson Vince Cable
Seat Hartlepool Glasgow Kelvin
Popular vote 182,520 155,104
Percentage 54.1% 45.9%

Leader before election

Vince Cable

Elected Leader

Peter Mandelson

British federal election, 1990

← 1986 3 May 1990 1993 →

All 834 seats in the House of Commons
634 constituency seats, 200 list seats
418 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader John Maxton Rhodes Boyson George Young
Party Independent Labour Unionist National
Leader since 17 June 1987 5 September 1984 23 October 1985
Leader's seat Glasgow Cathcart Brent North Ealing Acton
Last election 89 seats, 11.0% 101 seats, 15.5% 161 seats, 17.5%
Seats won 158 146 137
Seat change Increase69 Increase45 Decrease24
Popular vote 5,035,578 5,611,352 5,393,404
Percentage 15.5% 17.3% 16.6%
Swing Increase4.5% Increase1.8% Decrease0.9%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Peter Shore Francis Pym Michael Heseltine
Party Social Democratic Agriculturalist Liberal
Leader since 8 November 1986 20 September 1976 11 October 1986
Leader's seat Bethnal Green and Stepney South East Cambridgeshire Gower
Last election 146 seats, 13.2% 200 seats, 19.1% 59 seats, 9.8%
Seats won 129 104 67
Seat change Decrease17 Decrease96 Increase8
Popular vote 4,420,769 4,101,979 3,113,080
Percentage 13.6% 12.6% 9.8%
Swing Increase0.4% Decrease6.5% Steady

  Seventh party Eighth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Dafydd Iwan (CC)
Gordon Wilson (SIP)
Shiona Baird
David Icke
Party New Alliance Globalist
Leader since 23 February 1983 (Iwan)
9 September 1979 (Wilson)
14 June 1987
Leader's seat N/A, Welsh Senedd (Iwan)
N/A, Scots Parliament (Wilson)
(List) (Baird)
Isle of Wight (Icke)
Last election 28 seats, 4.0% 27 seats, 8.4%
Seats won 33 29
Seat change Increase5 Increase3
Popular vote 1,502,866 2,986,215
Percentage 4.6% 9.2%
Swing Increase0.6% Increase0.8%

Prime Minister before election

Francis Pym
Agriculturalist

Appointed Prime Minister

Rhodes Boyson
Unionist

2036 United States presidential election

← 2032 November 4, 2036 2040 →
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Elise Stefanik Joaquin Castro
Party Republican Democratic
Home state New York Texas
Running mate Josh Hawley Katrina Shankland
States carried 35 16 + DC
Popular vote 94,920,007 86,609,890
Percentage 51.4% 46.9%

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Presidential election results map by states and districts.
     denotes those with a Stefanik/Hawley plurality
     denotes those with a Castro/Shankland plurality

President before election

Elise Stefanik
Republican

Elected President

Elise Stefanik
Republican

Populist Party
ChairpersonPeggy Wallace Kennedy (AL)
SecretaryEvan Falchuk (MA)
Deputy ChairBob Casey Jr. (PA)
Senate leaderMajority Leader
Jill Long Thompson (IL)
House leaderOpposition Leader
John Breaux (LA)
Chair of Governors AssociationDave Reichert (WA)
FoundedFebruary 22, 1892; 127 years ago (1892-02-22)
Preceded byFarmers' Alliance
Greenback Party
Union Labor Party
Headquarters265 South Capitol St. SE,
Washington, D.C., 20003
Student wingCollege Populists Populists in High School
Youth wingYoung Pioneers
Women's wingNational Federation of Populist Women
Overseas wingPopulists Abroad
LGBTQ wingRainbow Pioneers
IdeologyAgrarianism
Decentralization
Localism
Populism
Factions
American nationalism
Agrarian socialism
Left-wing populism
Right-wing populism
Social liberalism
Political positionCentrist
Syncretic
Colors     Green
Seats in the Senate
37 / 100
Seats in the House
142 / 435
State Governorships
17 / 50
State Upper House Seats
678 / 1,972
State Lower House Seats
2,311 / 5,411
Territorial Governorships
1 / 8
Territorial Upper Chamber Seats
31 / 135
Territorial Lower Chamber Seats
57 / 237
Website
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United States Senate elections, 2018

← 2016 November 6, 2018 2020 →

33 of the 100 seats (Class 1) in the United States Senate
(and 2 special elections)
51 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Jill Long Thompson Hollis French Judd Gregg
Party Populist Democratic Republican
Leader since January 3, 2015 January 3, 2017 January 3, 2009
Leader's seat Indiana Alaska New Hampshire
Seats before 38 26 35
Seats after 37 32 31
Seat change Decrease1 Increase6 Decrease4
Popular vote 27,805,887 39,534,916 28,311,449
Percentage 27.5% 39.1% 28.0%
Swing Decrease8.8% Increase11.4% Decrease4.8%

  Fourth party
 
Party Independent
Seats before 1
Seats after 0
Seat change Decrease1
Popular vote 707,786
Percentage 0.7
Swing Decrease0.2%

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Results of the general and special elections
     Democratic gain      Populist gain      Republican gain
     Democratic hold      Populist hold      Republican hold
Square in a state indicates a special election

Majority Leader before election

Jill Long Thompson
Populist

Elected Majority Leader

Jill Long Thompson
Populist

New York gubernatorial election, 2018

← 2014 November 6, 2018 2022 →
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee John Catsimatidis Anthony Scaramucci Cynthia Nixon
Party Republican Populist Democratic
Alliance Modern Centre
Conservative
One Nation Mun. Ownership
Ecology
Communist
Running mate Marc Molinaro Warren Redlich Zephyr Teachout
Popular vote 2,397,890 1,917,153 1,407,457
Percentage 41.4% 33.1% 24.3%

Nick Clegg

Governor before election

Anthony Scaramucci
Populist

Elected Governor

John Catsimatidis
Republican


The Earl of Home

Jean Victor Moreau.jpg
First Minister of Nekomimia
In office
21 May 1110 – 6 April 1117
MonarchAlabaster I
Succeeded byCoral Light
Finance Minister
In office
21 May 1110 – 26 August 1110
First MinisterHimself
Succeeded byCadet Burgunedy
First Minister Emeritus
In office
6 April 1117 – 3 September 1137
Succeeded byCoral Light
Member of the Nekomimi Grand Council
Lord of the Land
In office
21 May 1110 – 3 September 1137
Succeeded byThe 946th Earl of Home
945th Earl of Home
In office
23 October 1078 – 3 September 1137
Preceded byThe 944th Earl of Home
Succeeded byThe 946th Earl of Home
Personal details
Born
Douglas Frederick Alexander Douglas-Home

18 November 1061
Oxley Hall, Hirsel, Osecada, Symphonia
Died3 September 1137 (aged 75)
New Hirsel, Royal Circle, Sunbell Glen, Nekomimia
Political partyIndependent
Spouse(s)
Carolina Blue (m. 1092)
Children7 (including Frederick)
Parents
Signature
United States presidential election, 2020

← 2016 November 3, 2020 2024 →

538 members of the Electoral College
270 electoral votes needed to win
  Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Nominee J̧͓̪̝̟̝͗͊e͎̒͊ͬ̽̚f̂̌̿͛͋͏̼f̨͈̮̱̥ ̣̺͖̥̼̓͛ͣͮḆ̽̀e͉̟͎̪̞͡z͍̜̮̺̑ͯͭ̕ô̱͈̇ͭͬ͂ͨ͗ş͉̩̝̰̰̈́ͫ͗̚ Donald Trump
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Washington New York
Running mate Michael Bloomberg Mike Pence
Electoral vote 301 237
States carried 21 + DC 29
Popular vote 78,868,023 69,616,197
Percentage 52.0% 45.9%

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Presidential election results map. Blue denotes states won by Bezos/Bloomberg, red denotes those won by Trump/Pence. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to the winner of each state.

President before election

Donald Trump
Republican

Elected President

Jeff Bezos
Democratic

Welsh Parliament election, 2026

← 2021 7 May 2026 2031 →

All 60 seats to the Welsh Parliament
31 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Adam Price David Melding Mark Drakeford
Party Plaid Cymru Conservative Labour
Leader since 28 September 2018 8 September 2024 6 December 2018
Leader's seat Carmarthen East and Dinefwr South Wales Central Cardiff West (Defeated)
Last election 14 seats 13 seats 31 seats
Seats won 27 17 10
Seat change Increase17 Increase5 Decrease21
Constituency Vote 1,009,290 822,860 675,003
% and swing 31.4%Increase6.1% 25.6%Increase3.3% 21.0%Decrease17.5%
Regional Vote 1,041,065 863,794 754,208
% and swing 32.3%Increase9.1% 26.8%Increase5.4% 23.4%Decrease8.9%

  Fourth party Fifth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Joe Carter David Elston
Party Liberal Democrats Pirate
Leader since 5 September 2024 11 October 2025
Leader's seat South Wales Central South Wales Central
Last election 2 seats 0 seats
Seats won 5 1
Seat change Increase3 Increase1
Constituency Vote 430,716 170,357
% and swing 13.4%Increase3.3% 3.3%Increase0.8%
Regional Vote 367,434 99,916
% and swing 11.4%Increase1.7% 3.1%Increase2.9%

First Minister before election

Mark Drakeford
Labour

Elected First Minister

Adam Price
Plaid Cymru

United States presidential election, 1896

← 1892 November 3, 1896 1900 →

All 447 electoral votes of the Electoral College
224 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee William McKinley Joseph Blackburn Sylvester Pennoyer
Party Republican Democratic Populist
Home state Ohio Kentucky Oregon
Running mate Garret Hobart Murphy J. Foster James H. Kyle
Electoral vote 252 125 70
States carried 20 12 13
Popular vote 6,062,576 4,780,376 2,745,580
Percentage 43.5% 34.3% 19.7%

ElectoralCollege1896.svg
Blue denotes states won by McKinley/Hobart, red denotes those won by Blackburn/Foster and green denotes those won by Pennoyer/Kyle. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to the winner of each state.

President before election

Grover Cleveland
Democratic

Elected President

William McKinley
Republican



Nationalist Party for the
Restoration of Democracy
LeaderJordis Ewart
Founded24 February 1120 (1120-02-24)
Legalised6 May 1134 (Coup of 1134)
Dissolved13 November 1145
Preceded byNational Democracy
HeadquartersSilver Manor, Concordia, Symphonia
NewspaperPeople's Messenger
Student wingHuman Students
Youth wingHuman Youth
ParamilitaryStormtroopers
Union wingNational Workers' Front
Nomad wingNomad Nationalists
Pensioner wingImperial Seniors
IdeologyNational democracy
Human nationalism
Basic supremacism
Basification
Political positionFar-right
Colours
SloganThe Gods and Our Rights
AnthemOur Land, How Pure!
Party flag
Parteiflagge
Faith in Democracy
AbbreviationFiD
LeaderPietari Frederiksen (63-75)
Leland Braune (73-83)
Jacobina Bosch (83-95)
FounderPietari Frederiksen
Ahmed Gomez
Founded15 November 63
Dissolved17 September 95
Split fromConservative Party
Merged intoConservative Democrats
IdeologyDirect democracy
Civic libertarianism
Decentralisation
Political positionCentre-right to Right-wing
ReligionSecular
Colours     Orange-red
SloganSymphonia
Canadian federal election, 2019

← 2015 October 21, 2019 Next →

All 338 seats in the House of Commons
170 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
  Justin Trudeau APEC 2015 (cropped).jpg Andrew-Scheer-June-2017-Crop.jpg Maxime Bernier (cropped)2.jpg
Leader Justin Trudeau Andrew Scheer Maxime Bernier
Party Liberal Conservative People's
Leader since April 14, 2013 May 27, 2017 September 14, 2018
Leader's seat Papineau Regina—Qu'Appelle (lost re-election) Beauce (lost re-election)
Last election 184 seats, 39.47% 99 seats, 31.89% Pre-creation
Seats won 338 0 0
Seat change Increase 154 Decrease 99 Steady
Popular vote 6,963,037 4,034,853 3,696,545
Percentage 36.43% 21.11% 19.34%
Swing Decrease 3.04pp Decrease 10.78pp Pre-creation

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  MPP Jagmeet Singh at his annual community BBQ in 2014 (cropped 2).jpg Maxime Bernier (cropped)2.jpg Elizabeth May 2014 (cropped).jpg
Leader Jagmeet Singh Erin Weir Elizabeth May
Party New Democratic Co-operative Commonwealth Green
Leader since October 1, 2017 February 15, 2019 August 27, 2006
Leader's seat Burnaby South (lost election) Regina—Lewvan (lost re-election) Saanich—Gulf Islands (lost re-election)
Last election 44 seats, 19.71% Pre-creation 1 seat, 3.45%
Seats won 0 0 0
Seat change Decrease 44 Steady Decrease 1
Popular vote 1,500,407 1,402,928 571,492
Percentage 7.85% 7.34% 2.99%
Swing Decrease 11.86pp Pre-creation Decrease 0.46pp

  Seventh party Eighth party
 
MarioBeaulieuBCInterimLeader2018.jpg
Rhéal Fortin BQ.jpg
Leader Mario Beaulieu Rhéal Fortin[note 1]
Party Bloc Québécois Québec debout
Leader since June 13, 2018[7] March 21, 2018
Leader's seat La Pointe-de-l'Île (lost re-election) Rivière-du-Nord (lost re-election)
Last election 10 seats, 4.66% Pre-creation
Seats won 0 0
Seat change Decrease 10 Steady
Popular vote 403,294 282,879
Percentage 2.11% 1.48%
Swing Decrease 2.55pp Pre-creation

Prime Minister before election

Justin Trudeau
Liberal

Resulting Prime Minister

Justin Trudeau
Liberal

Welsh general election, 2018

← 2014 6 September 2018 2022 →

All 81 seats in the National Assembly for Wales
41 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Siân Gwenllian Chris Evans Mark Drakeford
Party Plaid Cymru Labour United Socialist
Leader since 10 September 2014 15 August 2017 21 July 2011
Leader's seat North Wales South Wales East South Wales Central
Last election 16 seats, 17.8% 32 seats, 36.1%[8] 12 seats, 14.4%
Seats won 21 19 18
Seat change Increase5 Decrease13 Increase6
Popular vote 675,325 516,746 555,024
Percentage 24.7% 18.9% 20.3%
Swing Increase6.9% Decrease17.2% Increase5.9%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader John Bufton Eluned Parrott Kay Swinburne
Party National Front Liberal National Democratic
Leader since 8 May 2007 17 May 2011 20 May 2018
Leader's seat Mid and West Wales South Wales Central Mid and West Wales
Last election 11 seats, 13.3% 7 seats, 7.8% 0 seats, 3.2%
Seats won 9 8 5
Seat change Decrease2 Increase1 Increase5
Popular vote 278,879 254,272 180,451
Percentage 10.2% 9.3% 6.6%
Swing Decrease3.1% Increase1.5% Increase3.4%

  Seventh party
  Nick Clegg
Leader Sharon Lovell
Party Women's
Leader since 4 November 2015
Leader's seat South Wales Central
Last election Did not contest
Seats won 1
Seat change Increase1
Popular vote 87,491
Percentage 3.2%
Swing Increase3.2%

First Minister before election

Chris Evans
Labour

Appointed First Minister

Chris Evans
Labour

Reform Party
LeaderVince Cable (2007-2015)
Mary Honeyball (2015-2018)
Founded17 October 2007
Dissolved6 May 2018
Split fromLabour Party
Merged intoLabour Party
Headquarters22 Duchess Mews, Marylebone,
London W1G 9DT
Student wingNew Ideas
Youth wingYoung Reform
IdeologySocial liberalism
Social democracy
Political positionCentre-left
Colours             Red, white and blue (declared)
     Purple (customary)
British general election, 2018

← 2015 23 March 2018 Next →

All 632 seats in the House of Commons
317 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Peter Hain Daniel Hannan Diane Abbott
Owen Jones
Party Labour National Democratic United Socialist
Leader since 20 September 2015 5 January 2018 7 October 2011 (Abbott)
4 May 2016 (Jones)
Leader's seat West Glamorgan Hampshire North Tower Hamlets and Newham (Abbott)
Stockport (Jones)
Last election 235 seats, 33.5% 141 seats, 20.8% 66 seats, 11.5%
Seats won 133 114 101
Seat change Decrease102 Decrease27 Increase35
Popular vote 6,150,987 5,442,496 4,895,026
Percentage 19.1% 16.9% 15.2%
Swing Decrease14.4% Decrease3.9% Increase3.7%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Stephen Lloyd Suzanne Evans Mary Honeyball
Party Liberal National Front Reform
Leader since 8 March 2012 20 September 2013 11 June 2015
Leader's seat Buckinghamshire South Shropshire Westminster and Camden
Last election 15 seats, 4.0% 73 seats, 11.6% 21 seats, 4.4%
Seats won 85 80 44
Seat change Increase70 Increase7 Increase23
Popular vote 3,928,903 3,922,462 2,350,901
Percentage 12.2% 12.2% 7.3%
Swing Increase8.2% Increase0.6% Increase3.0%

Prime Minister before election

Peter Hain
Labour

Appointed Prime Minister

Stephen Kinnock
Labour

United States presidential election, 1904

← 1900 November 8, 1904 1908 →

All 469 electoral votes of the Electoral College
235 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Bill Cody Hickock Charles H. Porter Paddy O'Brien
Party Conservative Republican Ind. Progressive
Home state Nebraska Ohio New York
Running mate Ernest Sawyer Simon Fitzgerald Jr. Catherine Harrison
Electoral vote 209 193 28
States carried 22 (EC)
26 (HR)
11 (EC)
10 (HR)
4 (EC)
6 (HR)
Popular vote 3,773,476 3,394,774 1,920,551
Percentage 27.9% 25.1% 14.2%

  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Theodore Roosevelt Augustus J. Watson
Party Progressive Labor
Home state New York Illinois
Running mate Warren Alexander Robert L. Fischer
Electoral vote 27 4
States carried 7 (EC) 0 (EC)
Popular vote 3,705,849 703,301
Percentage 27.4% 5.2%

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
Orange denotes states wion by Hickock/Sawyer as well as faithless electors who cast their votes for Hickock/Sawyer instead of Roosevelt/Alexander, red denotes those won by Porter/Fitzgerald as well as those who cast their votes for Porter/Fitzgerald instead of Roosevelt/Alexander, light purple denotes those won by O'Brien/Harrison as well as those who cast their votes for O'Brien/Harrison instead of Roosevelt/Alexander and purple denotes those won by Roosevelt/Alexander. Numbers indicate electoral votes allocated to each state.

Faithless votes for others: Dark magenta for Warren Alexander: 12, dark purple for Abraham Siegel: 11, pink for Augustus J. Watson: 4, green for W. E. B. Du Bois: 2 and gray for George Washington: 1 (void).

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
House vote: Orange denotes states with a Hickock majority, red denotes those with a Porter majority and light purple denotes those with a O'Brien majority. Gray denotes no majority.

President before election

Charles H. Porter
Republican

Elected President

Bill Cody Hickock
Conservative

United States presidential election, 1944

← 1940 November 7, 1944 (1st round)
December 5, 1944 (2nd round)
1948 →

All 535 electoral votes of the Electoral College
268 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Louis T. Orléans Jezza O'Shea
Party Citizen's Choice Social Credit
Home state Michigan Montana
Running mate F. Scott Fitzgerald Floyd Lynch
Electoral vote 371 209
States carried 13 (1st)
28 (2nd)
25 (1st)
20 (2nd)
Popular vote 15,400,637 (1st)
26,657,266 (2nd)
15,640,522 (1st)
21,373,844 (2nd)
Percentage 32.1% (1st)
55.5% (2nd)
32.6% (1st)
44.5% (2nd)

  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Ness Roth Virgil E. Icemore
Party Progressive-Republican Social Democratic
Home state Pennsylvania Wyoming
Running mate Nathan Greene Jr. Glen H. Taylor
States carried 5 (1st) 4 (1st)
Popular vote 10,602,930 (1st) 4,845,683 (1st)
Percentage 22.1% (1st) 10.1% (1st)

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
First round: Cyan denotes states with an Orléans/Fitzgerald plurality, green denotes those with an O'Shea/Lynch plurality, light blue denotes those with a Roth/Greene plurality and red denotes those with an Icemore/Taylor plurality.

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
Second round: Cyan denotes states won by Orléans/Fitzgerald and green denotes those won by O'Shea/Lynch. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to each state.

President before election

Louis T. Orléans
Citizen's Choice

Elected President

Louis T. Orléans
Citizen's Choice

Confederate States presidential election, 1981

← 1975 November 3, 1981

All 397 electoral votes of the Electoral College
199 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Efrem Zimbalist Tadeo Murillo David Steel
Party Firebreather Populist Conservative
Home state Texas Puerto Rico Virginia
Running mate Jack Stevenson Jack Daniels Penny Wright
Electoral vote 199 132 66
States carried 8 11 3
Popular vote 16,582,568 15,001,124 11,702,684
Percentage 36.7% 33.2% 25.9%

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
Red denotes states/territories won by Zimbalist/Stevenson, green denotes those won by Murillo/Daniels and blue denotes those won by Steel/Wright. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to each state.

President before election

Frederick Smith
Conservative

Elected President

Efrem Zimbalist
Firebreather

Democratic Choice
ChairpersonBen Harman (OK)
SecretaryJill Stein (MA)
Deputy ChairBarack Obama (HI)
Senate leaderMajority Leader
Sienna Teachout (CA)
House leaderDeputy First Secretary
Calvin Hale (SC)
Chair of Governors AssociationAlex Lotman (VT)
FoundedJuly 17, 1992
(as coalition)
August 4, 2018
(as party)
Preceded byGreen Party
Radical Party
Headquarters430 South Capitol St. SE,
Washington, D.C., 20003
Student wingCollege Democrats of America
Youth wingYoung Democrats of America
Women's wingNational Federation of Democratic Women
Union wingALA—CIO
Overseas wingDemocrats Abroad
LGBT wingLGBT Democrats
Membership (2018)Increase35,147,381
IdeologySocial democracy
Democratic socialism
Green politics
International affiliationSocialist International
Colors     Blue
Seats in the Senate
41 / 100
Seats in the House
127 / 441
Governorships
28 / 50
State Upper House Seats
909 / 1,972
State Lower House Seats
2,272 / 5,411
Territorial Governorships
4 / 5
Territorial Upper Chamber Seats
60 / 97
Territorial Lower Chamber Seats
58 / 91
Website
democrats.org
United States presidential election, 1912

← 1908 November 5, 1912 (1st round)
December 3, 1912 (2nd round)
1916 →

All 537 electoral votes of the Electoral College
269 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee John E. Rockefeller Albert S. Fitzgerald
Party Conservative Republican
Home state South Carolina Delaware
Running mate Elijah Coleman Theodore Taft
Electoral vote 290 247
States carried 26 (1st)
30 (2nd)
11 (1st)
18 (2nd)
Popular vote 5,658,361 (1st)
7,641,954 (2nd)
3,777,257 (1st)
7,139,389 (2nd)
Percentage 37.6% (1st)
51.7% (2nd)
25.1% (1st)
48.3% (2nd)

  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Henry D. McCullough Theodore Roosevelt
Party Independent Progressive
Home state Maryland New York
Running mate Cornelius Johnson Eugene V. Debs
States carried 5 (1st) 6 (1st)
Popular vote 2,934,522 (1st) 2,648,594 (1st)
Percentage 19.5% (1st) 17.6% (1st)

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
First round: Orange denotes states with a Rockefeller/Coleman plurality, red denotes those with a Fitzgerald/Taft plurality, gray denotes those with a McCullough/Johnson plurality, and purple denotes those with a Roosevelt/Debs plurality.

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
Second round: Orange denotes states won by Rockefeller/Coleman and red denotes those won by Fitzgerald/Taft. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to each state.

President before election

John E. Rockefeller
Conservative

Elected President

John E. Rockefeller
Conservative

United States presidential election, 2016

← 2012 November 8, 2016 (1st round)
December 6, 2016 (2nd round)
2020 →
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Angie Bennett Ryan Gatling Najat Belkacem
Party Our Millennium Conservative Alternative Democratic Choice
Home state Pennsylvania Alaska Illinois
Running mate Emmett Macron Lucas van Diemens Sienna Teachout
States carried 22 + AS + DC + NT + USVI (1st)
32 + AS + DC + GU + NT + USVI (2nd)
19 (1st)
18 (2nd)
6 (1st)
Popular vote 38,030,826 (1st)
85,145,700 (2nd)
32,082,540 (1st)
55,674,414 (2nd)
31,952,298 (1st)
Percentage 27.0% (1st)
60.5% (2nd)
22.8% (1st)
39.5% (2nd)
22.7% (1st)

  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Conrad-Marc DeForrest Stanton DeBrossard
Party Rally for the Republic Americans Elect
Home state Minnesota Wisconsin
Running mate Donny Dawes Alyssa Marks
States carried 3 + GU (1st) 0 (1st)
Popular vote 28,328,622 (1st) 9,851,572 (1st)
Percentage 20.1% (1st) 7.0% (1st)

ElectoralCollege2016.svg
First round: Salmon denotes states/territories with a Bennett/Macron plurality, teal denotes those with a Gatling/van Diemens plurality, blue denotes those with a Belkacem/Teachout plurality and purple denotes those with a DeForrest/Dawes plurality

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Second round: Salmon denotes states/territories with a Bennett/Macron majority and teal denotes those with a Gatling/van Diemens majority.

President before election

Sam Husain
Rally for the Republic[9]

Elected President

Angie Bennett
Our Millennium

Rhode Island House of Representatives election, 2016

← 2014 November 8, 2016 2018 →

All 100 seats to the Rhode Island House of Representatives
51 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Ken Chafee John Fung
Party Moderate Moose Republican
Leader since July 4, 2013 January 18, 2015
Leader's seat Warwick Cranston
Last election 12 seats, 17.3% 42 seats, 36.5%
Seats won 42 32
Seat change Increase 30 Decrease 10
Popular vote 171,269 147,597
Percentage 36.9% 31.8%
Swing Increase 19.6% Decrease 4.7%

  Third party Fourth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Julia Raimondo Priscilla De La Fuente
Party Labor Green
Leader since August 16, 2012 August 17, 2009
Leader's seat Providence Providence
Last election 40 seats, 35.1% 6 seats, 8.9%
Seats won 22 4
Seat change Decrease 18 Decrease 2
Popular vote 107,217 24,135
Percentage 23.1% 5.2%
Swing Decrease 11.9% Decrease 3.7%

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Governor before election

Julia Raimondo
Labor

Elected Governor

Ken Chafee
Moderate Moose

Rhode Island Senate election, 2016

← 2012 November 8, 2016 2020 →

All 25 seats to the Rhode Island Senate
13 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Dave Block Dan Algiere Jack Reed
Party Moderate Moose Republican Labor
Leader since July 4, 2013 April 21, 2003 August 16, 2012
Leader's seat Bristol East Washington South (lost re-election) Cranston
Last election New party 14 seats, 48.8% 11 seats, 42.6%
Seats won 14 7 4
Seat change Increase 14 Decrease 7 Decrease 7
Popular vote 164,416 139,889 114,001
Percentage 36.2% 30.8% 25.1%
Swing Increase 36.2% Decrease 18.0% Decrease 17.5%

Senator Jack Reed official photo.jpg

Senate Majority Leader before election

Dan Algiere
Republican

Elected Senate Majority Leader

Dave Block
Moderate Moose

United States presidential election, 2016

← 2012 November 8, 2016 2020 →

All 538 members of the Electoral College
270 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Stephen King Scott Boman Bernard Sanders
Party Democratic Republican Socialist Unity
Home state Maine Michigan Vermont
Running mate Michael Mullen Steve Daines Stewart Alexander
Electoral vote 306 210 22
States carried 25 + DC 21 4
Popular vote 62,803,268 54,438,640 16,866,379
Percentage 45.8% 39.7% 12.3%

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Presidential election results map. Blue denotes states won by King/Mullen, red denotes those won by Boman/Daines and dark red denotes those won by Sanders/Alexander. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to the winner of each state.

President before election

Stephen King
Democratic

Elected President

Stephen King
Democratic

Nationalist Caucus for Kansas
AbbreviationNC
LeaderWill Colyer
ChairpersonChris Logan
Senate LeaderRob Patterson
FoundedMay 11, 2010; 8 years ago (2010-05-11)
HeadquartersTopeka, Kansas
Student wingCollege Nationalists
Youth wingYoung Nats
IdeologyConservatism
Corporatocratism
Libertarianism
Nationalism
Political positionCentre-left to
centre-right
Colours     Gray
KS Senate seats
21 / 60
KS House of Representatives seats
63 / 175
Website
www.ksnats.com
Kansas House of Representatives election, 2016

← 2014 November 8, 2016 2018 →

All 175 seats to the Kansas House of Representatives
85 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Kathleen Sebelius Bob Brownback
Party Non-Partisan League Nationalist Caucus
Leader since July 10, 2015 May 11, 2010
Leader's seat Shawnee Anderson–Linn
(lost re-election)
Last election 94 seats, 53.9%[10] 76 seats, 41.3%
Seats won 92 70
Seat change Decrease 2 Decrease 6
Popular vote 457,499 343,353
Percentage 50.1% 37.6%
Swing Decrease 3.8% Decrease 3.7%

  Third party Fourth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Alf Moore Sandy Roper
Party Independent Populist Westboro Baptist
Leader since July 20, 2016 March 19, 2014
Leader's seat Johnson Shawnee
Last election New party 5 seats, 3.4%
Seats won 7 6
Seat change Increase 7 Increase 1
Popular vote 66,661 31,961
Percentage 7.3% 3.5%
Swing Increase 7.3% Increase 0.1%

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Governor before election

Bob Brownback
Nationalist Caucus

Elected Governor

Kathleen Sebelius
Non-Partisan League

Scottish Assembly election, 2012

← 2008 14 May 2012 2016 →

All 146 seats to the Scottish Assembly
74 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Kenny MacAskill Murdo Fraser Bill Miller
Party Scottish Republican Unionist Labour
Leader since 14 November 2007 5 April 2005 13 September 2007
Leader's seat Lothian Mid Scotland & Fife Glasgow
Last election 35 seats, 21.7% 23 seats, 14.7% 34 seats, 20.7%
Seats won 55 30 26
Seat change Increase 20 Increase 7 Decrease 8
Popular vote 632,777 354,196 304,449
Percentage 31.8% 17.8% 15.3%
Swing Increase 10.2% Increase 3.1% Decrease 5.4%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Malcolm Chisholm Tavish Scott Tom Harris
Party United Socialist Liberal Reform
Leader since 29 January 2005 26 August 2008 23 February 2008
Leader's seat Lothian Highlands & Islands Glasgow
Last election 30 seats, 17.6% 0 seats, 2.5% 3 seats, 4.7%
Seats won 12 9 6
Seat change Decrease 18 Increase 9 Increase 3
Popular vote 155,209 127,351 113,422
Percentage 7.8% 6.4 5.7%
Swing Decrease 9.8% Increase 3.9% Increase 1.0%

First Minister before election

Bill Miller
Labour

Elected First Minister

Kenny MacAskill
Scottish Republican


United Kingdom general election, 1972

← 1967 6 July 1972 1976 →

All 630 seats in the House of Commons
316 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Barbara Castle Enoch Powell Joseph Godber
Party Labour National Unionist New Democratic
Leader since 16 October 1969 8 January 1968 27 July 1965
Leader's seat Blackburn Wolverhampton South West Grantham
Last election 338 seats, 39.3% 112 seats, 20.1% [11] 119 seats, 21.1%
Seats won 240 148 138
Seat change Decrease82 Increase36 Increase18
Popular vote 8,151,993 6,340,439 6,227,217
Percentage 28.8% 22.4% 22.0%
Swing Decrease10.5% Increase2.3% Increase0.9%

  Fourth party Fifth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Michael Winstanley Bob Edwards
Party Liberal Independent Labour
Leader since 14 February 1968 10 June 1966
Leader's seat Cheadle Bilston
Last election 59 seats, 15.4% Stood as Labour
Seats won 76 22
Seat change Increase17 Increase22
Popular vote 5,151,607 1,726,637
Percentage 18.2% 6.1%
Swing Increase2.8% N/A

Prime Minister before election

Barbara Castle
Labour

Appointed Prime Minister

Joseph Godber
New Democratic

United States presidential election, 1948

← 1944 November 2, 1948 1952 →

All 531 electoral votes of the Electoral College
266 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Clark Clifford Hamilton Fish III Earl Long
Party Democratic Republican Commonwealth
Home state Missouri New York Louisiana
Running mate G. Mennen Williams Lucius D. Clay Jim Folsom
Electoral vote 268 (Clifford)
194 (Williams)
233 (Fish)
307 (Clay)
30
States carried 26 (Clifford)
19 (Williams)
18 (Fish)
25 (Clay)
3
Popular vote 21,517,948 20,786,045 4,684,179
Percentage 44.1% 42.6% 9.6%

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Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Fish/Clay, blue denotes those won by Clifford/Williams and a faithless elector that voted for Clifford/Williams instead of Long/Folsom, gold denotes those won by Long/Folsom and purple denotes those won by unpledged electoral slates that cast their votes for Clifford/Clay. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted to the winner of each state.

President before election

John Foster Dulles
Republican

Elected President

Clark Clifford
Democratic


Canadian federal election, 1993

← 1988 October 25, 1993 (1993-10-25) 1997 →

295 seats in the 35th Canadian Parliament
148 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Gilles Duceppe Preston Manning Dave Barrett
Party Bloc Québécois Reform New Democratic
Leader since July 25, 1990 November 1, 1987 December 5, 1989
Leader's seat Laurier—Sainte-Marie Calgary Southwest Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca
Last election pre-creation 0 seats, 2.09% 43 seats, 20.38%
Seats before 10 1 44
Seats won 71 67 63
Seat change Increase61 Increase66 Increase19
Popular vote 1,983,179 2,874,311 1,522,578
Percentage 14.51% 21.03% 11.14%
Swing pre-creation Increase18.94pp Decrease9.24pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Paul Martin Jean Charest Chris Lea
Mel Hurtig
Party Liberal Progressive Conservative Green/National
Leader since June 23, 1990 June 13, 1993 1990 (Lea)
1992 (Hurtig)
Leader's seat LaSalle—Émard Sherbrooke Trinity—Spadina (Lea)
Edmonton Northwest (Hurtig)
Last election 83 seats, 31.92% 169 seats, 43.02% 0 seats, 0.36%[12]
Seats before 81 156 0
Seats won 54 30 10
Seat change Decrease27 Decrease126 Increase10
Popular vote 3,322,610 2,518,951 1,026,442
Percentage 24.31% 18.43% 7.51%
Swing Decrease7.61pp Decrease24.59pp Increase7.15pp

Prime Minister before election

Jean Charest
Progressive Conservative

Prime Minister-designate

Gilles Duceppe
Bloc Québécois

British general election, 2012

← 2007 9 February 2012 Next →

All 632 seats in the House of Commons
317 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader David Blunkett Caroline Spelman Diane Abbott
Jimmy Hood
Party Labour National Democratic United Socialist
Leader since 22 September 2007 22 June 2009 7 October 2011
Leader's seat Sheffield Solihull and Coventry Tower Hamlets and Newham (Abbott)
Lanarkshire South (Hood) (defeated)
Last election 205 seats, 29.8% 146 seats, 22.8% 136 seats, 20.0%
Seats won 213 135 83
Seat change Increase9 Decrease11 Decrease53
Popular vote 9,143,782 6,204,709 3,800,013
Percentage 30.8% 20.9% 12.8%
Swing Increase1.0% Decrease1.9% Decrease7.1%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Leader Robert Kilroy-Silk Vince Cable Siân Berry
Party National Front Reform Green
Leader since 3 April 2007 17 October 2007 3 June 2005
Leader's seat Derby Westminster and Camden Westminster and Camden
Last election 35 seats, 6.2% Did not contest 30 seats, 5.6%
Seats won 77 37 27
Seat change Increase42 Increase37 Decrease3
Popular vote 3,562,512 2,167,195 1,662,505
Percentage 12.0% 7.3% 5.6%
Swing Increase5.8% New party Steady

Prime Minister before election

David Blunkett
Labour

Appointed Prime Minister

David Blunkett
Labour

United Kingdom general election, 2021

← 2017 6 May 2021 Next →

All 650 seats in the House of Commons
326 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
  Jeremy Corbyn Theresa May Vince Cable
Leader Jeremy Corbyn Tom Tugendhat Jo Swinson
Party Labour Conservative Liberal Democrat
Leader since 12 September 2015 10 August 2019 14 March 2020
Leader's seat Islington North Tonbridge & Malling East Dunbartonshire
Last election 262 seats, 40.0% 317 seats, 42.4% 12 seats, 7.4%
Seats won 223 215 56
Seat change Decrease39 Decrease102 Increase44
Popular vote 7,916,595 7,142,528 5,524,024
Percentage 22.5% 20.3% 15.7%
Swing Decrease17.5% Decrease22.1% Increase8.3%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Vince Cable Arlene Foster Nicola Sturgeon
Leader Caroline Lucas and Patrick Harvie Henry Bolton Shona Robison
Party Green OneNation SNP
Leader since 15 May 2019 6 March 2018 20 November 2019
Leader's seat Brighton Pavilion
/ None
Folkestone & Hythe None
Last election 1 seat, 1.6% Did not stand 35 seats, 3.0%
Seats won 33 29 23
Seat change Increase32 Increase29 Decrease12
Popular vote 4,046,260 5,242,545 633,327
Percentage 11.5% 14.9% 1.8%
Swing Increase9.9% Increase14.9% Decrease1.2%

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
  Nicola Sturgeon Nicola Sturgeon Arlene Foster
Leader Leanne Wood Sophie Walker Anne Marie Waters
Party Plaid Cymru Women's Equality For Britain
Leader since 16 March 2012 22 July 2015 12 October 2017
Leader's seat None Shipley Ran in Lewisham East (defeated)
Last election 4 seats, 0.5% 0 seats, 0.0% Did not stand
Seats won 16 12 6
Seat change Increase12 Increase12 Increase6
Popular vote 387,033 2,040,722 844,436
Percentage 1.1% 5.8% 2.4%
Swing Increase0.6% Increase5.8% Increase2.4%

Prime Minister before election

Tom Tugendhat
Conservative

Appointed Prime Minister

Jeremy Corbyn
Labour

United States presidential election, 1850

← 1846 November 5, 1850 1854 →

All 293 electoral votes of the Electoral College
147 electoral votes needed to win
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Nominee Franklin Pierce James Buchanan
Party Labor Federalist
Home state New Hampshire Pennsylvania
Running mate Robert D. Owen Alexander H. Stephens
Electoral vote 175 57
States carried 16 5
Popular vote 1,167,082 882,132
Percentage 38.5% 29.1%

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Nominee John C. Calhoun Lewis Cass
Party Nullifer Republican Constitutional Republican
Home state South Carolina Michigan
Running mate Henry Lee Austin A. King
Electoral vote 32 29
States carried 6 4
Popular vote 494,115 415,299
Percentage 16.3% 13.7%

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President before election

James Buchanan
Federalist

Elected President

Franklin Pierce
Labor


Johannes MacLeòid
Donald Trump official portrait.jpg
38th President of the United States
Assumed office
January 20, 2015
Vice PresidentMichel Bentz
Preceded byIvan Kašić
51st and 55th Governor of New York
In office
January 1, 1983 – December 31, 1990
LieutenantMario Cuomo
Preceded byMáel Coluim Mac Liam
Succeeded byMario Cuomo
In office
January 1, 2007 – December 31, 2014
LieutenantAndrea Stewart-Cousins
Preceded byRico Lazio
Succeeded byJonathan Stuart Leibowitz
Personal details
Born
Domhnall Johannes Trump

(1946-06-14) June 14, 1946 (age 72)
New York City
Political partyLabor
Spouse(s)
Children
Parents
RelativesTrump—MacLeòid family
Residence
Alma materThe Wharton School (BS in Econ.)
Occupation
Net worthUS$5.5 billion (May 2017)
SignatureDonald J Trump stylized autograph, in ink
Website
United States presidential election, 1880

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All 369 electoral votes of the Electoral College
185 electoral votes needed to win
 
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Harold Stassen.jpg
Nominee Denis Kearney Samuel Tilden
Party Labor National
Home state California New York
Running mate Benjamin F. Butler James A. Garfield
Electoral vote 194 175
States carried 20 18
Popular vote 4,462,226 4,508,324
Percentage 48.4% 48.9%

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Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Kearney/Butler, blue denotes those won by Tilden/Garfield. Numbers indicate the number of electoral votes allotted to each state.

President before election

Hamilton Fish
National

Elected President

Denis Kearney
Labor


Namadan federal election, 2016

← 2011 October 19, 2016 (2016-10-19) Next →

All 247 seats in the House of Commons
124 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Gilles Duceppe 2011 (cropped).jpg Gilles Duceppe 2011 (cropped).jpg Gilles Duceppe 2011 (cropped).jpg
Leader Doug MacKenzie Félix Boudinot Amélie Langevin
Party Liberal Democratic Progressive Conservative Non-Partisan League
Leader since May 13, 2012 May 12, 2012 August 22, 2014
Leader's seat Mooseton Central—Beaumoré West Les Laurentides Hawke's Bay—Anchor Point
Last election 18 seats, 14.3% 75 seats, 32.5% 139 seats, 37.8%
Seats before 20 74 130
Seats won 127 83 24
Seat change Increase107 Increase9 Decrease106
Popular vote 3,633,322 3,389,688 1,959,663
Percentage 34.3% 32.0% 18.5%
Swing Increase20.0pp Decrease0.5pp Decrease19.3pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Gilles Duceppe 2011 (cropped).jpg Elizabeth May 2014 (cropped).jpg Elizabeth May 2014 (cropped).jpg
Leader Stephanie Cho Martin Yeung Darcy O'Neill
Party Action Eastern Namada Concept Progressive-Green
Leader since October 5, 2009 April 14, 2008 May 22, 2008
Leader's seat Qualicum Beach (lost re-election) Kochi—Ringo-Kyuden Ran in Lac du Bonnet—Virden—Snohomish (lost)
Last election 7 seats, 6.2% 8 seats, 4.7% 0 seats, 3.1%
Seats before 7 7 0
Seats won 8 3 2
Seat change Increase1 Decrease4 Increase2
Popular vote 497,860 264,819 741,494
Percentage 4.7% 2.5% 7.0%
Swing Decrease1.6pp Decrease2.2pp Increase3.9pp

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Popular vote by province, with graphs indicating the number of seats won. As this is an FPTP election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote by province but instead via results by each riding.

Prime Minister before election

Amélie Langevin
Non-Partisan League

Prime Minister-designate

Doug MacKenzie
Liberal Democratic

Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1964

← 1960 March 10 to June 2, 1964 1968 →
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Candidate Orson Welles Sam Ervin James Blair
Home state Wisconsin North Carolina Missouri
Delegate count 280 222 77
Contests won 9 5 2
Popular vote 1,946,915 1,625,519 766,404
Percentage 31.5% 26.3% 12.4%

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Candidate Walter Baring Jr. Melvin Price Hugh Mitchell
Home state Nevada Illinois Washington
Delegate count 42 28 24
Contests won 0 0 0
Popular vote 525,358 327,576 290,492
Percentage 8.5% 5.3% 4.7%

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Candidate James P. Coleman Albert Gore
Home state Mississippi Tennessee
Delegate count 18 15
Contests won 0 0
Popular vote 142,155 148,336
Percentage 2.3% 2.4%

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Pink denotes a state won by Orson Welles.
Blue denotes a state won by Sam Ervin.
Orange denotes a state won by James Blair.
Grey denotes a state that did not hold a primary.

Previous Democratic nominee

Johnston Murray

Democratic nominee

Sam Ervin

United States legislative elections, 1992

← 1990 December 22, 1992 1994 →

All 441 seats to the United States House of Representatives
221 seats were needed for a majority
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Leader Jerry Seinfeld Marcus Julian Watson
Alliance Presidential majority Democratic Choice
Leader's seat New York-14th Illinois-1st
Last election 220 seats, 49.8%[13] 204 seats, 43.9%
Seats won 261 162
Seat change Increase 41 Decrease 42
Popular vote 57,541,403 35,671,781
Percentage 59.2% 36.7%
Swing Increase 9.4% Decrease 7.2%

First Secretary before election

Marcus Julian Watson
Radical
(Democratic Choice)

Elected First Secretary

Jerry Seinfeld
National Alliance
(Presidential majority)

United States presidential election, 1940

← 1936 November 5, 1940 1940 →

531 electoral votes of the Electoral College
266 electoral votes needed to win
  Nick Clegg Nick Clegg Nick Clegg
Nominee Charles Lindbergh William H. Murray Robert La Follette Jr.
Party Republican Democratic Progressive
Home state Michigan Oklahoma Wisconsin
Running mate John Foster Dulles Wendell Willkie Henrik Shipstead
Electoral vote 307 201 23
States carried 26 20 2
Popular vote 24,551,839 23,404,090 1,546,965
Percentage 49.2% 46.9% 3.1%

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President before election

William H. Murray
Democratic

Elected President

Charles Lindbergh
Republican

Arya Moon
Obama standing with his arms folded and smiling
46th President of the United States
In office
May 1, 1987 – January 20, 1993
Vice PresidentEdward Dewey
First SecretaryMarcus Julian Watson
Preceded byTadeo Murillo
Succeeded byKatherine Barclay
46th Vice-President of the United States
In office
January 20, 1985 – May 1, 1987
PresidentTadeo Murillo
Preceded byGeorge Eagleton
Succeeded byEdward Dewey
46th United States Attorney General
In office
June 15, 1984 – January 20, 1985
PresidentChezza O'Shea
DeputyJanet Reno
Preceded byQuezza O'Shea
Succeeded byIndigo V. Debs
32nd Governor of California
In office
January 3, 1971 – May 19, 1984
LieutenantJesse Unruh
Tom Bradley
Preceded bySam Yorty
Succeeded byTom Bradley
Personal details
Born
Elizabeth Sarah Wilson

April 17, 1945
New York City, New York, U.S.
DiedNovember 22, 2017 (aged 72)
San Francisco, California, U.S.
Cause of deathMultiple organ failure
Political partyNature and Left (1965-1980)
Reform (1980-1984)
Green (1984-2017)
Spouse(s)
Alex Gust (m. 1991)
ParentsUnknown father
Audrey Wilson
RelativesSee Wilson dynasty
EducationSanta Clara University
University of California, Berkeley (BA)
Signature
American general election, 1963

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All 501 seats to the Senate
  First party Second party Third party
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Leader Stan George Andrew Sacker Vincent White
Party Commonalist Representative Justice
Last election 127 seats, 24.5% 140 seats, 27.1% 52 seats, 10.2%
Seats won 175 121 88
Seat change Increase48 Decrease19 Increase36
Popular vote 23,876,077 16,529,592 11,938,038
Percentage 33.8% 23.4% 16.9%
Swing Increase9.3% Decrease3.7% Increase6.7%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Poseł Małgorzata Węgrzyn X kadencja.jpg Poseł Paweł Łączkowski X kadencja.jpg Poseł Maria Stępniak X kadencja.jpg
Leader Harriet Pallister Tony Edwards Elizabeth Mallet
Party Commonwealth Tradition Gospel
Last election 78 seats, 15.1% 65 seats, 12.5% 39 seats, 7.6%
Seats won 52 39 26
Seat change Decrease26 Decrease26 Decrease13
Popular vote 7,134,567 5,439,224 3,673,242
Percentage 10.1% 7.7% 5.2%
Swing Decrease5.0% Decrease4.8% Decrease2.4%

Pharaoh before election

Senusret IV (Andrew Sacker)
Representative dynasty

Elected Pharaoh

Ramesses III (Stan George)
Commonalist dynasty

United States presidential election, 2036

← 2032 November 4, 2036 2040 →

540 electoral votes of the Electoral College
271 electoral votes needed to win