2020 Roanoke by-election

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2020 Roanoke by-election

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One seat in the Roanoke at-large constituency
  First party Second party
 
Nat
Ind
Candidate Sertor Valentinus A. Tarquitius Buteo
Party NP Independent
Popular vote 22 7
Percentage 75.86 24.14

Burgess before election

Sir Bradley van Dullahan
NP

Elected Burgess

Sertor Valentinus
NP

The 2020 Roanoke by-election was the second by-election in the House of Burgesses in New Virginia.

Background

Sir Bradley van Dullahan, then deputy chair of the New Virginian Patriotic League, won one of the four cantonal seats during the 2020 general election.

Concurrently with the 2020 New Franklin by-election, Van Dullahan presented the Helinium Act to the House of Burgesses, which was eventually passed and signed by the President of New Virginia. As a result of the act, Van Dullahan was created a muncipal burgess of Helinium, vacating his prior at-large cantonal seat.[1]

Shortly thereafter, the Home Secretary called the by-election, which was scheduled to take place on 17 November 2020.

Results

Individual

Augusta

Augusta
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NP Sertor Valentinus 3 100.0
Independent A. Tarquitius Buteo 0 0
Majority 3 100.0
Turnout 3 100.0

Helinium

Helinium
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NP Sertor Valentinus 2 100.0
Independent A. Tarquitius Buteo 0 0
Majority 2 100.0
Turnout 2 100.0

New Reinhardt

New Reinhardt
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NP Sertor Valentinus 2 100.0
Independent A. Tarquitius Buteo 0 0
Majority 2 100.0
Turnout 2 100.0

New Richmond

New Richmond
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NP Sertor Valentinus 9 64.29
Independent A. Tarquitius Buteo 5 35.71
Majority 4 28.58
Turnout 14 100.0

Non-residential

Non-residential
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NP Sertor Valentinus 6 75
Independent A. Tarquitius Buteo 2 25
Majority 4 50
Turnout 8 87.0

Overall

Overall
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NP Sertor Valentinus 22 75.86
Independent A. Tarquitius Buteo 7 24.14
Majority 15 51.72
Turnout 29 87
NP win

References

  1. Dullahan, Bradley van (2020). "Act. HB IX 2020 (Helinium)". Google Documents. Retrieved 27 February 2021.