2019 Québécois presidential election

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2019 Québécois presidential election

27 April 2019 2020 →

0 members of the House of Representatives
0 electoral votes needed to win
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Nominee Aidan McGrath
Party Communist-Socialist Party (Quebec)
Home state Île à Dumais
Running mate Jack Morris
Electoral vote 10
Popular vote 6

President before election

Aidan McGrath
Socialist

Elected President

Aidan McGrath
Socialist

The next general election in Baustralia is scheduled to be held on 20 June 2022 by the Constitution Act. The election may be held at an earlier date in the event of an early election motion being passed by a super-majority of two-thirds in the House of Commons, a vote of no confidence in the government which is not followed by a vote of confidence within 14 days, or should the reigning monarch feel an election is required.

Electoral system

For presidency, one candidate appears on each ballot. Elections are ostensibly conducted by secret ballot, and a voter may cross off the candidate's name to vote against him/her, but must do so by crossing out the name without secrecy. Voting is mandatory and turnout is habitually near 100%.

Date of election

The election should take place 20 June 2022 as scheduled by the Constitution Act, 2017.

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