1st Hinata local election

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The 1st Hinata local election was be the first local election in the Hinata history. In these elections, the inhabitants of the three districts in which Hinata is divided was vote by direct election to their district mayor. The election was the sunday 29 of winter of year II.

Takamachi district

Candidates

  • Pierre Nikaidô

Cooking professional. Liberal Reformist Club candidate.

  • Shiba Morinaka

Traditional hunter. Hinata Socialist Party candidate.

Results

Party Leader Votes %
Liberal Reformist Club Pierre Nikaidô 4 57.14%
Hinata Socialist Party Shiba Morinaka 3 42.86%
Popular vote
Nikaidô
  
57.14%
Morinaka
  
42.86%

Chûô district

Candidates

  • Eric Nakajima

Merchant and son of Tarô Nakajima, former President of Hinata and Secretary of State of Hinata. Nichiren Democratic Party candidate.

  • Denny Kaidô

Fisherman. Hinata Socialist Party candidate.

  • Tomomi Amano

Farmer, member of the Hinata Agricultural Association and independent in the Liberal Reformist Club.

Results

Party Leader Votes %
Nichiren Democratic Party Eric Nakajima 5 45.45%
Hinata Socialist Party Denny Kaidô 4 36.36%
Liberal Reformist Club-Chûô Independents Tomomi Amano 2 18.18%
Popular vote
Nakajima
  
45.45%
Kaidô
  
36.36%
Amano
  
18.18%

Moriyama Special District

Candidates

  • M. Aoyama

Woman Scientist. Independent candidate.

Results

Party Leader Votes %
Independent M. Aoyama 1 33.33%
Popular vote
Aoyama
  
33.33%
  • Blank votes: 2 (66.66%)
  • NOTE: In the Moriyama Special District, the government annulled the elections because the law determines that the mayors of the special districts will be appointed by the central government.