OAM election, May 2010
|Secretary-General of the Organisation of Active Micronations|
|Candidate||Pierre d'Égtavie||CJ Miller||~||~|
|Popular Vote (%)||73%||26%||~||~||~|
|Vice Secretary-General of the Organisation of Active Micronations|
|Candidate||Gordon Freeman||King Wilary I||Parker I||Bradley of Dullahan||James Skinner|
|Popular Vote (%)||26%||21%||19%||17%||14%|
|Chairmanship of the Organisation of Active Micronations Activity Testing Committee|
|Candidate||King Wilary I||Parker I||~||~||~|
|Popular Vote (%)||57%||42%||~||~||~|
Following the announcement by Secretary-General at the time, Sir. Mark Meehan that owing to non-micronational commitments he was unable to fulfil his role, Sir. Gordon Freeman took over as Acting Secretary-General to organise new elections.
The election is the first where multiple positions are being elected, these being Secretary-General, Vice Secretary-General and Chairman of the OAMATC (OAM Activity Testing Committee).
The same voting system as in the past is being used, this being 'ranked pairs' voting.
Election campaigns began on the 5th May, following the closing of nominations for the positions.
Pierre d'Égtavie of Egtavia was elected the 4th Secretary-General of the Organisation of Active Micronations with 73% of the vote.
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