Baustralia general election, 2019

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2nd Baustralian general election

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All 11 seats in the House of Commons
6 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
  Sir John Timpson, 2020 pattern naval photo.jpg Oliver Doig, 2020 pattern naval photo.jpg
Leader John Timpson Oliver Doig
Party Conservative Worker's
Leader since 2017 2019
Leader's seat Holderton County Landspotter
Seats before 4 1
Seats won 4 1
Seat change 0 0

Prime Minister before election

John Timpson
Conservative

Elected Prime Minister

John Timpson
Conservative

The 2019 general election in Baustralia was scheduled to be held on 20 June 2022 by the Constitution Act, but by the Fixed Terms Election Act, was scheduled on 20 June 2019. It is the first election of Baustralia. John Timpson served as Prime Minister until September 2019 being ousted by the 2019 vote of confidence in the Timpson ministry, although his party still had the largest amount of seats after the vote. Timpson was reinstated after the resignation of Aidan McGrath.

Electoral system

The prime minister is elected directly by the citizens where they fill ballots saying which prime minister they wish to elect, then the votes are tallied per province, with the competitor voted by majority gaining the seat in parliament. The competitor with the most seats becomes prime minister.

Result

Party Votes % Seats +/–
Conservative 8 57 4 0
Worker's 3 21 1 0
Invalid/blank votes 3 22
Total 5 0
Registered voters/turnout 15

Date of election

The election should have taken place on 20 June 2022 as scheduled by the Constitution Act, 2018, but was changed to 2019 as per the Fixed Terms Election Act.

Campaign posters