Social Democratic Party of Vatolean

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Social Democrats

Socialdemokratiet
LeaderEwing I
Deputy LeaderSergio
Founded2012
NewspaperSocialdemokraten
Student wingSocial Democratic Students of Vatolean
Membership (2020)2
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionCentre-left
ColoursRed
Senate
1 / 2
Folketing
1 / 5
Chief Ministers and Governors
2 / 7
Local Council
2 / 7

The Social Democrats or officially the Social Democratic Party or simply Social Democracy (Danish: Socialdemokratiet), are a social-democratic political party in Vatolean.

Founded by King Ewing I in 2012, it is Vatolean's first political party

Platform

The Social Democrats are a left wing party. The party usually campaigns on welfare and environmentalism. The party has moved to the left in recent elections because of the rise of the Green party of Vatolean.


Political leadership

National Congress members of the Social Democrats

  • Ewing I (Leader)

Leader of the Social Democrats

  • Ewing I (2012-Present)

Electoral performance

The SDP has been the main governing party for all of Vatolean's history but has fallen to the Green party of Vatolean in recent elections

Folketing

Folketing
Election Votes % ± pp Seats +/– Government
2012 3 60.0% New
2 / 3
New In government
2013 8 100.0% 40.0%
4 / 4
2 In government
June 2014 4 50.0% 50.0%
2 / 4
2 In government
July 2014 2 25.0% 25.0%
1 / 4
1 In opposition
2015 2 25.0%
1 / 4
1 In opposition
2016 2 50.0% 25.0%
2 / 4
6 In government
2017 2 40.0% 10.0%
3 / 5
4 In government
2018 3 37.5% 2.5%
3 / 5
0 In government
2019 1 22.2% 15.3%
1 / 5
2 External support
2020 0 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Senate

Senate
Election Seats +/– Government
2012
2 / 2
New In government
2013
2 / 2
0 In government
June 2014
2 / 2
0 In government
July 2014
0 / 2
2 In opposition
2015
1 / 2
1 In opposition
2016
1 / 2
0 In government
2017
0 / 2
1 In government
2018
2 / 2
2 In government
2019
1 / 2
1 External support
2020 TBD TBD TBD


Chief Ministers

Chief Ministers
Election Votes % ± pp Seats +/– Position
2013 I 2 66.7% New
2 / 3
New 1st
2013 II 2 33.3% 33.3%
1 / 4
1 2nd
2014 I 4 50.0% 16.7%
2 / 4
1 1st
2014 II 3 33.3% 16.7%
1 / 4
1 2nd
2015 I 2 25.0% 8.3%
1 / 5
0 3rd
2015 II 1 12.5% 12.5%
1 / 5
0 4th
2016 I 3 37.5% 25.0%
3 / 6
2 1st
2016 II 3 37.5% 0.0%
4 / 6
1 1st
2017 I 4 50.0% 12.5%
3 / 6
0 1st
2017 II 3 37.5% 12.5%
2 / 6
1 Tie
2018 I 4 50.0% 12.5%
3 / 7
0 1st
2018 II 1 14.3% 35.7%
1 / 7
2 3rd
2019 I 2 25.0% 10.7%
1 / 7
0 3rd
2019 II 3 42.8% 17.8%
3 / 7
2 1st
2020 I 1 14.3% 28.5%
1 / 7
2 3rd
2020 II 0 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD


Local Councils

Election Votes % ± pp Seats +/– Position
2013 I 2 66.7% New
2 / 3
New 1st
2013 II 2 33.3% 33.3%
2 / 6
0 2nd
2014 I 4 50.0% 16.7%
4 / 8
2 1st
2014 II 3 33.3% 16.7%
3 / 9
1 2nd
2015 I 2 25.0% 8.3%
2 / 8
1 3rd
2015 II 1 12.5% 12.5%
1 / 6
1 4th
2016 I 3 37.5% 25.0%
3 / 7
2 1st
2016 II 3 37.5% 0.0%
3 / 7
0 1st
2017 I 4 50.0% 12.5%
4 / 8
1 1st
2017 II 3 37.5% 12.5%
3 / 7
1 Tie
2018 I 4 50.0% 12.5%
4 / 8
1 1st
2018 II 1 14.3% 35.7%
1 / 7
3 3rd
2019 I 2 25.0% 10.7%
2 / 8
1 3rd
2019 II 3 42.8% 17.8%
3 / 7
1 1st
2020 I 1 14.3% 28.5%
1 / 7
2 3rd
2020 II 0 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD