Senate for the 53rd Cosa
Measures voted on by the Senate
The full Senate voted on one motion and one nomination in addition to the ordinary Clark business.
Nomination of Senator Lüc da Schir of Benito to be Lord President / Mençei
Submitted by: Viteu Marcianüs (VD), concurred by Plätschisch (MM), Deyaert (CZ), Pinátsch (KA), Válcadác’h (FV), Ventrutx (FL)
|A roll call vote was not taken as per Rule 2, as a majority of senators endorsed the nomination in debate.|
Sense of the Senate - In the Matter of Robert Ben Madison
That it is the Sense of the Senate that Robert Madison's citizenship petition should be blocked until such time as the Ziu directs the issuance of a grant.
Submitted by: Viteu Marcianüs (VD)
After a record six seats were up for reelection in the previous election, four senatorial elections were held concurrently to the April 2019 General Election: the normally scheduled races in Atatürk, Cézembre and Vuode, and the special election in Florencia.
Prior to the elections, the dissolution of the Moderate Radicals, who held half of the seats in the Senate, resulted in a change in partisan alignment: Senators da Schir and Pinátsch would now sit as independents, Senator Plätschisch was now the party leader of Awakening and Magnifying Passion, and Senator Soleiglhfred retired.
Incumbent Sevastáin Pinátsch was elected to a third term without declared opposition, with 64.28% of the votes. Following the dissolution of the MRPT, he announced he would sit as an independent. After the vote, he joined the Schivâ Cabinet as Minister of STUFF.
|Atatürk Senate Election|
|Bradley C. Holmes (write-in)||2|
|Óïn D. Ursüm (write-in)||1|
|Çelis del Þeracour (write-in)||1|
|Koray Yucel (write-in)||1|
Thor Deyaert, the incumbent Sénéchal of Cézembre, was elected to a first term with 46.15% of the first round votes. This will be his first stint in the Ziu.
| Cézembre Senate Election
IRV/RCV Multiple rounds.
|Ián da Bitoûr (write-in)||2||2||2||3||3|
|Ián Anglatzarâ (write-in)||2||2||3||3||-|
|Litz Cjantscheir (write-in)||1||1||1||-||-|
|Glüc da Dhi (write-in)||1||1||-||-||-|
|Tamás Ónodi (write-in)||1||-||-||-||-|
Ieremiac'h Ventrutx was elected to succeed Ma la Mha as Senator. No public campaigning was done, and no one announced their candidacy beforehand.
| Florencia Special Senate Election
IRV/RCV Multiple rounds.
|Ieremiac'h Ventrutx (write-in)||3||3||3|
|Ma la Mha (write-in)||2||2||-|
|Mximo Carbonel (write-in)||2||2||-|
|Patrick Woolley (write-in)||1||-||-|
Viteu Marcianüs was elected, uncontested.
|Vuode Senate Election|
The members of the Senate for the 53rd Cosa, listed in the order of the scheduled expiration of their terms, are:
|Province||Senator||Senate Seat Contested|
|Florencia||Ieremiac'h Ventrutx||for 54th Cosa|
|Maricopa||Cresti Siervicül||for 54th Cosa|
|Fiôvâ||Gödafrïeu Válcadác'h||for 54th Cosa|
|Maritiimi-Maxhestic||Ian Plätschisch||for 55th Cosa|
|Benito||Lüc da Schir||for 55th Cosa|
|Vuode||Viteu Marcianüs||for 55th Cosa|
|Atatürk||Sevastáin Pinátsch||for 56th Cosa|
|Cézembre||Thor Deyaert||for 56th Cosa|