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'''The 6th Austrovian Federal Election''' is the sixth federal election in [[Austrovia|Austrovian]] history. The 6th Federal Election is the first federal election after the coup attempt of June 2019 and the implementation of 2019 Austrovian Constitution.
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'''The 6th Austrovian Federal Election''' is the sixth federal election in [[Austrovia|Austrovian]] history. The 6th Federal Election is the first federal election after the coup attempt of June 2019 and the implementation of 2019 Austrovian Constitution. Rosetta Gland of the Liberal Party won a majority of the votes, allowing her government to continue.  
 
==Nomination==
 
==Nomination==
 
===Conservative Party Nomination===
 
===Conservative Party Nomination===
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===General===
 
===General===
 
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No polling was conducted for the General Election
 
==Results==
 
==Results==

Latest revision as of 04:39, 25 May 2020

6th Austrovian Federal Election

← June 2019 December 16th, 2019 June 2020 →
  ConservativeLogo(AUS).png Rosetta Gland2.jpg
Candidate Connor Pittman Rosetta Gland
Party Conservative Liberal
Popular vote 12 16
Percentage 42.8% 57.2%

AustrovianElectoralMap(Mainland).png
Proposed State Map (Mainland)

Chancellor before election

Rosetta Gland
Liberal

Elected Chancellor

Rosetta Gland
Liberal

The 6th Austrovian Federal Election is the sixth federal election in Austrovian history. The 6th Federal Election is the first federal election after the coup attempt of June 2019 and the implementation of 2019 Austrovian Constitution. Rosetta Gland of the Liberal Party won a majority of the votes, allowing her government to continue.

Nomination

Conservative Party Nomination

Declared

*Connor Pittman, National Party candidate for the 4th Federal Election.

Individuals who have publicly expressed interest

Liberal Party Nomination

Declared

  • Jackson Hyde, former Vice Chancellor and Chairman of the Citizen's Party.

Individuals who have publicly expressed interest

*Rosetta Gland, Chancellor of Austrovia.

Declined

Other

Individuals who have publicly expressed interest

  • Daniel Gonzales, former Reichstag Member.

Polling

Primaries

Conservative

Pollster Release Sample Connor Pittman Trey Miller
Austrovian Observer September 10th, 2019 10 60% 40%

Liberal

Pollster Release Sample Rosetta Gland Jayden Hyde
Austrovian Observer September 10th, 2019 7 71.4% 42.9%

General

No polling was conducted for the General Election

Results