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There are two main types of '''elections in the [[Principality of New Eiffel]]''' - local elections and general elections. The former are used to elect Mayors for each city, also known as mayoral elections. General elections are held once every year between 15 – 25 December, ending on [[w:Christmas Day|Christmas Day]] unless all votes have been cast before than. It was announced in late December 2019 that having a mayoral election for all three [[city (New Eiffel)|cities]] would be considered for sometime in 2020. General elections use [[w:instant-runoff voting|Instant-runoff voting]].
 
There are two main types of '''elections in the [[Principality of New Eiffel]]''' - local elections and general elections. The former are used to elect Mayors for each city, also known as mayoral elections. General elections are held once every year between 15 – 25 December, ending on [[w:Christmas Day|Christmas Day]] unless all votes have been cast before than. It was announced in late December 2019 that having a mayoral election for all three [[city (New Eiffel)|cities]] would be considered for sometime in 2020. General elections use [[w:instant-runoff voting|Instant-runoff voting]].
 
==General elections==
 
==General elections==

Latest revision as of 17:40, 1 July 2020

There are two main types of elections in the Principality of New Eiffel - local elections and general elections. The former are used to elect Mayors for each city, also known as mayoral elections. General elections are held once every year between 15 – 25 December, ending on Christmas Day unless all votes have been cast before than. It was announced in late December 2019 that having a mayoral election for all three cities would be considered for sometime in 2020. General elections use Instant-runoff voting.

General elections

As per tradition, each new prime minister is elected in a different location. Each prime minister serves a one year term, and may be re-elected for another year.

Upcoming

The next locations have been planned for the 2020 and 2021 elections.