October 2008 General Election

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The October 2008 General Election was held from 15 September 2008/XXIX to 14 October 2008/XXIX and elected members to the 39th Cosa and also filled Senator seats for Cézembre and Florencia. Elections to seven provincial assemblies plus one referendum to ratify an amendment to the Organic Law were conducted as well. The election was administered by Secretary of State, Sir Mick Preston.

111 voters were elegible to vote in the election and 71 ballots were cast. Voter turnout was 63.96%

Registered parties

The following political parties were registered for the October 2008 election:

Results of the Cosa election

Party Number of votes cast Percentage of votes cast Actual Seats awarded Majority
CCCP 5 7.14 14.286 14
CRO 4 5.71 11.429 11
DPD (write-in vote) 1 1.42 2.857 3
GRUMP 3 4.28 8.571 9
LRT 2 2.85 5.714 6
PP 13 18.57 37.143 37
RUMP 40 55.71 114.286 114 YesY
VMR 1 1.42 2.857 3
KING* (write-in vote) 1 1.42 2.857 3


* The King voted for himself and was awarded 3 seats. See 39th Cosa.

Results of the Senatorial elections

Two senatorial elections were held concurrently to the October 2008 General Election.

Cézembre

Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Ian da Bitour 2
Xhorxh Pol Briga 5 YesY


Florencia

Candidate's name Number of votes Elected
Owen Edwards 0
Ieremiac'h Ventrutx 14 YesY


Results for provincial assembly elections

Party Atatürk Benito Cézembre Florencia Maricopa Maritiimi-Maxhestic Vuode
CCCP 3 1 2
CRO 1 3 1 1
DPD 1
GRUMP 1 2
LRT 1 1
PP 2 1 6 1
RUMP 9 6 3 13 4 3 2
VMR 1


Results of Referendums

One referendum was held during the election to ratify an amendment to the Organic Law.

Amendment ÜC NON AUS
38RZ10,The (Further) Separation of Powers Amendment, 64 3 2


External links

Ballot for the October 2008 General Election

Wittenberg live voting thread for October 2008