Palmshire general election, March 2012

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Palmshire general election, March 2012
Aug. 2011 29 February to 13 April Jun. 2012

All 5 seats of the House of Commons
3 seats were needed for a majority
First party Second party Third party
Dogwikipage.png Duke of Cypress Hollow.jpg Lord Huntington.png
Leader Lord Arcadia Duke of Cypress Hollow Earl of Huntington
Party Communist Whig Tory
Leader since 5 February 2011 13 November 2010 29 September 2011
Leader's seat Marquess of Arcadia Duke of Cypress Hollow Earl of Huntington
Seats before 2 1 2
Seats won 1 1 1
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Popular vote 2 4 1
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PM before election Subsequent PM
Lord Arcadia Lord Arcadia
Communist Communist

The Palmshire general election, March 2012, returned members to serve in the House of Commons of the 4th Parliament of Palmshire to be summoned after the establishment of the Parliament in 2010. The election returned Lord Arcadia to form a new government with a small and rocky majority, of three seats, after he was able to build a coalition from members of different parties who agreed to join it, despite losing a seat for his own party. This was also a first general election for future Socialist Party founder and future Prime Minister Chris D to be elected to the Commons.

Dates of Election

The general election was held between 29 February 2012 and 13 April 2012.

Election summary

List of the following parliamentary constituencies and the result:

Note: Bolded name of candidate denotes that he or she won the election

Number of electors Borough name Towns covered Candidate #1 Votes Candidate #2 Votes Candidate #3 Votes Notes
9
(list of voters)
Tamworth Los Alamitos in CV Ally Youngblood (Simba) (1) Legion Polls closed. Ally Youngblood has been returned as Member of Parliament for Tamworth.
3
(list of voters)
Catfield Richmond in Sharp Chris D (2) Chris D, John Polls closed. Chris D has been returned as Member of Parliament for Catfield. Communist Party now controls the seat.
12
(list of voters)
Ocean Beach Beachfield in Sharp Jennifer de la Cueva (4) Jennifer de la Cueva, Katy de la Cueva, Ryanbeatle, Legion Polls closed. Jennifer de la Cueva has been returned as Member of Parliament for Ocean Beach. Whig Party now controls the seat.
6
(list of voters)
Huntington New Huntington in Sharp Hitomi Fujiko (1) Legion Polls closed. Hitomi Fujiko has been returned as Member of Parliament for Huntington.
4
(list of voters)
Dublin and Berwick Redlight and Dublin in Sharp; Berwick in CV Koll Tenenbaum (1) Koll Polls closed. Koll Tenenbaum has been returned as Member of Parliament for Dublin and Berwick. Tory Party now controls the seat.


August 2011 election
March 2012 election
June 2012 election

See also