Wykist general election, January 2011

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Jul 2010  Jul 2011
January 2011 Wyke General Election
All 6 seats to the Wyke National Assembly
January 3rd 2011
Majority party Minority party Third party
WykeSocialDemocrat.jpg WykeCapitalistParty.jpg StanKIP.jpg
Leader Ben Lawson Joe Foxon Ford Walton
Party Social Democrats Capitalist StanKIP
Leader since June 23 2010 June 27 2010 -
Leader's seat Murrayfield North Mercury East and Tow Law N/A
Last election 4 2 0
Seats won 4 2 0
Seat change 0 0 0
Popular vote 7 2 1
Percentage 63.6% 27.3% 9.1%
Swing +3.8% -2.5% +9.1%

Incumbent President
Ben Lawson
Social Democrats

President-elect
Ben Lawson
Social Democrats

The January 2011 Wyke General Election was the second election to take place in the Republic of Wyke. Three parties stood in the election, the Social Democrats, the Capitalists and StanKIP.

Voting System

The election used a First Past the Post system, with each of six constituencies electing one candidate. Parties which did not have members in a particular area could stand there with no candidate, with the party leader taking the extra seat if they won.

Projections

Projected Result
Political Party Local Election Seats Seats Change
Wyke Social Democrat Party 3 -1
Wyke Capitalist Party 3 +1
StanKIP 0 0
HUNG PARLIAMENT

Result

General Election
Political Party Candidates Standing Candidates Elected Seats Gained Seats Lost Net Change in Seats % of Seats % of Votes % Swing
Social Democrats 6 4 0 0 0 66.7% 63.6% +3.8%
Capitalist 2 2 0 0 0 33.3% 27.2% -2.5%
StanKIP 2 0 0 0 0 0% 9.1% +9.1%
Total 10 6 Result Social Democrat Majority of 1