Canadian Federal General Election Result 2019 by province by state party

Canadian Federal General Election Result 2019 by province by the state party

The Canadian federal election, 2019 (formally the 43rd general election) was held on October 21, 2019, to elect members to the House of Commons of the 43rd Canadian Parliament.

The October 21 date of the vote is determined by the fixed-date procedures in the Canada Elections Act but the Act does not preclude the Governor Federal of Canada from issuing the writs of the election at an earlier date.



Canada Federal Election Results 2019

    Votes  
Party Seats Share Count
Liberal Party of Canada 157 33.10% 5911419
Conservative Party of Canada 121 34.40% 6153374
New Democratic Party 24 15.90% 2846153
Bloc Québécois 32 7.70% 1376260
Green Party of Canada 3 6.50% 1161665
People's Party of Canada 0 1.60% 292670
Independents 1 0.40% 75836
Other parties 0 0.30% 66391

 

Canada Election Results 2019 by Province

The Liberal Party, led by incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, won 157 seats to form a minority government, and lost the majority they had won in the 2015 election. The Liberals lost the popular vote to the Conservatives, which marks only the second time in Canadian history that a governing party will form a government while receiving less than 35 per cent of the national popular vote. The Liberals received the lowest percentage of the national popular vote of a governing party in Canadian history

Party name

Liberal Conservative New Democratic Bloc Québécois Green People's Independent and No Affiliation
Pr. Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Seats: Total seats
BC 11 17 11 N/A 2 0 1 42
AB 0 33 1   0 0 0 34
SK 0 14 0   0 0 0 14
MB 4 7 3   0 0 0 14
ON 79 36 6   0 0 0 121
QC 35 10 1 32 0 0 0 78
NB 6 3 0 N/A 1 0 0 10
NS 10 1 0   0 0 0 11
PE 4 0 0   0 0 0 4
NL 6 0 1   0 0 0 7
YT 1 0 0   0 0 0 1
NT 1 0 0   0 0 0 1
NU 0 0 1   0 0 0 1
Total 157 121 24 32 3 0 1 338

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Canada General Election Result 2015

Party Votes Seats
Liberal 69,43,276 39.50% 184 / 338 (54%)
Conservative 56,13,614 31.90% 99 / 338 (29%)
New Democratic 34,70,350 19.70% 44 / 338 (13%)
Bloc Québécois 8,21,144 4.70% 10 / 338 (3%)
Green 6,02,944 3.40% 1 / 338 (0.3%)

Results by province

Party name Liberal Conservative New Democratic Party Total seats
  Seats: Vote: Seats: Vote: Seats: Vote:
BC 17 35.2 10 30 14 25.9 42
AB 4 24.6 29 59.5 1 11.6 34
SK 1 23.9 10 48.5 3 25.1 14
MB 7 44.6 5 37.3 2 13.8 14
ON 80 44.8 33 35 8 16.6 121
QC 40 35.7 12 16.7 16 25.4 78
NB 10 51.6 0 25.3 0 18.3 10
NS 11 61.9 0 17.9 0 16.4 11
PE 4 58.3 0 19.3 0 16 4
NL 7 64.5 0 10.3 0 21 7
YT 1 53.6 0 24 0 19.5 1
NT 1 48.3 0 18 0 30.8 1
NU 1 47.2 0 24.8 0 26.5 1
Total 184 39.5 99 31.9 44 19.7 338

 

Canada Federal election Opinion Poll 2019 live results

Canada Federal election Opinion Poll 2019 live results

Canada General election Dates 2019

National General Election Date: October 21, 2019

 

Canada General election 2019 Results Dates Voting Opinion Poll

 


 

The 43rd Canadian federal election (formally the 43rd Canadian general election) is scheduled to take place on or before October 21, 2019. The October 21 date of the vote is determined by the fixed-date procedures in the Canada Elections Act but the Act does not preclude the Governor General of Canada from issuing the writs of election at an earlier date.

When: 21 October 2019

Front Runners: Justin Trudeau , Andrew Scheer, Jagmeet Singh



Canada Federal Election Results 2019

    Votes  
Party Seats Share Count
Liberal Party of Canada 157 33.10% 5911419
Conservative Party of Canada 121 34.40% 6153374
New Democratic Party 24 15.90% 2846153
Bloc Québécois 32 7.70% 1376260
Green Party of Canada 3 6.50% 1161665
People's Party of Canada 0 1.60% 292670
Independents 1 0.40% 75836
Other parties 0 0.30% 66391


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Canada federal Elections 2019 Voting Live Updates 

  1. In Canada roughly 27.4 million people are eligible to vote at one of the approximately 20,000 polling places across the country.
  2. Most of the voters would be voting today, but nearly 4.7 million Canadians did Vote in advance on the weekend which is 29% increase from 2015.
  3. The first polls close at 8:30 p.m. NT (7:00 p.m. ET and 4 p.m. PT). Early results should start coming after that.

 


Opinion Poll for General election  2019

Leaders from respective parties which are Presidential Candidates are as follows.

Leader Party Leader since Leader's seat Last election Current seats Seats needed
Justin Trudeau Liberal April 14, 2013 Papineau 184 seats, 39.47% 177 Steady
Andrew Scheer Conservative May 27, 2017 Regina—Qu'Appelle 99 seats, 31.89% 95 Increase75
Jagmeet Singh New Democratic October 1, 2017 Burnaby South 44 seats, 19.71% 40 Increase130
Yves-François Blanchet Bloc Québécois January 17, 2019 Running in Beloeil—Chambly 10 seats, 4.66% 10 Increase160
Elizabeth May Green August 27, 2006 Saanich—Gulf Islands 1 seat, 3.45% 2 Increase167
Maxime Bernier People's September 14, 2018 Beauce Pre-creation 1 Increase169

Opinion Poll 2019 as on September 2019

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Last date LPC CPC NDP GPC
  of polling        
Nanos Research September 23, 2019 35.1 33.5 12.9 10.1
Angus Reid September 23, 2019 30 35 15 11
Ipsos September 23, 2019 32 36 15 11
Mainstreet Research September 22, 2019 33.7 35.8    
Nanos Research September 22, 2019 33.1 34.3 12.8 10.6
EKOS September 22, 2019 32 35.3 10.9 10.3
Abacus Data September 22, 2019 32 34 15 10
Mainstreet Research September 21, 2019 33.9 34.8 11.4 10.7
Forum Research September 21, 2019 33 33 11 11

 

Canada General election Results Live 2019

Canadians across the country head to the polls Monday, Oct. 21 to take part in the country’s 43rd general election.

Polls close at 8:30 p.m. local time in Atlantic Canada, 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time, 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time, 8:30 p.m. Central Time and 7 p.m. Pacific Time. Saskatchewan polls close at 7:30 p.m. local time.

Global News will have live, real-time election results for all 338 ridings as polls begin to close across the country, starting with results in Newfoundland and Labrador. We will have live results by party and province so you can see who will be representing your riding. Find out who will form the next Canadian government and who won in your riding.

Results will be updated after elections take place on or before October 21, 2019.

Candidate Vote %
Justin Trudeau  
Andrew Scheer  
Jagmeet Singh  
Yves-François Blanchet  
Elizabeth May  
Maxime Bernier  

Electoral system of Canada

All citizens have the right to a voice in choosing their parliamentary representatives. Canada’s electoral law requires the Chief Electoral Officer to inform the public about the system and about individual rights under that system, and to remove obstacles that may make voting difficult for some.

Information to voters

During an election, Elections Canada informs Canadians about their right to vote, how to get on the National Register of Electors and the voters list, and where and how they can vote. Its public information activities include

  • News releases
  • Advertisements in newspapers and on television and radio, brochures, posters
  • A toll-free telephone enquiries centre
  • A website
  • Meetings with community and ethnocultural groups.

Between elections, the agency publishes additional background information for the public, keeps its telephone enquiries centre and website open to answer questions, and works with educators to encourage young people to vote when they become eligible.


 

 

Canada Parties and leaders

Libertarian Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada, Green Party of Canada, Conservative Party of Canada, Communist Party of Canada, Christian Heritage Party.


Canada General election Results 2015 

 Summary of the 2015 Canadian federal election

Party

Party leader

Candidates

Seats

Popular vote

2011

Dissol.

Redist.

2015

 % seats

#

 %

 % where
running

 

Liberal

Justin Trudeau

338[b]

34

36

36

184

54.44%

6,943,276

39.47%

39.47%

 

Conservative

Stephen Harper

338

166

159

188

99

29.29%

5,613,614

31.91%

31.91%

 

New Democratic

Tom Mulcair

338

103

95

109

44

13.02%

3,470,350

19.73%

19.73%

 

Bloc Québécois

Gilles Duceppe

78

4

2

4

10

2.96%

821,144

4.67%

19.36%

 

Green

Elizabeth May

336

1

2[d]

1

1

0.3%

602,944

3.43%

3.44%

 

Independent and no affiliation

80

0

8

0

0

0

49,616

0.28%

1.18%

 

Libertarian

Tim Moen

72

0

0

0

0

0

36,772

0.21%

0.93%

 

Christian Heritage

Rod Taylor

30

0

0

0

0

0

15,232

0.09%

0.97%

 

Marxist–Leninist

Anna Di Carlo

70

0

0

0

0

0

8,838

0.05%

0.23%

 

Strength in Democracy

Jean-François Fortin

17

N/A

2

N/A

0

0

8,274

0.05%

0.90%

 

Rhinoceros

Sébastien Corriveau

27

0

0

0

0

0

7,263

0.04%

0.52%

 

Progressive Canadian

Sinclair Stevens

8

0

0

0

0

0

4,476

0.03%

1.03%

 

Communist

Miguel Figueroa

26

0

0

0

0

0

4,393

0.02%

0.32%

 

Animal Alliance

Liz White

8

0

0

0

0

0

1,699

0.01%

0.36%

 

Marijuana

Blair Longley

8

0

0

0

0

0

1,557

0.01%

0.34%

 

Democratic Advancement

Stephen Garvey

4

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

1,187

0.01%

0.62%

 

Pirate

Roderick Lim

5

0

0

0

0

0

908

0.01%

0.32%

 

Canadian Action

Jeremy Arney

3

0

0

0

0

0

401

0.00%

0.24%

 

Canada Party

Jim Pankiw

1

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

271

0.00%

0.72%

 

Seniors

Daniel J. Patton

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

0

0

157

0.00%

0.29%

 

Alliance of the North

François Bélanger

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

0

0

136

0.00%

0.22%

 

Bridge

David Berlin

1

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

122

0.00%

0.29%

 

PACT

Michael Nicula

1

N/A

0

N/A

0

0

91

0.00%

0.17%

 

United

Bob Kesic

1

0

0

0

0

0

57

0.00%

0.10%

 

Vacant

0

4

0

0

N/A

Total

1,792

308

308

338

338

100%

17,592,778

100%

100%

 

Belizean territorial dispute referendum 2019 Voting Live

Belizean territorial dispute referendum 2019 Voting Live

Belizean territorial dispute referendum 2019 Voting Live

Belizean territorial dispute referendum 2019 Date: 8 May 2019 

Elections in Belize are the duly held elections held at various levels of government in the nation of Belize.

referendum on the territorial dispute with Guatemala will be held in Belize on 8 May 2019. The vote had originally been scheduled for 10 April but was delayed by a legal challenge.


About Belizean Referendum

If this referendum passes, the territorial dispute between Belize and Guatemala will be settled through the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The same referendum passed in Guatemala in April 2018. For the referendum to have force, both countries must agree to abide by the judgment of the ICJ. More information on the referendum can be found here.


The Purpose & Planning of Belize

The purpose of the referendum is to ask voters whether the Belizean and Guatemalan governments should request the International Court of Justice to finally resolve the Belizean–Guatemalan territorial dispute, as part of a commitment signed in December 2008 between the two countries. Guatemala held a referendum on the subject 15 April 2018, and as established in the previous agreements, Belize was required to organise a referendum within six months. Guatemalan Vice President Jafeth Cabrera stated that Belize would hold a referendum in May 2018, but the Belizean government released a statement denying this, stating rather that they would hold the referendum after the re-registration process has occurred to ensure an accurate and fair vote.


Belize election results 2019

Choice Votes %
Yes 53,388 55.37
No 43,029 44.63
Invalid/blank 702
Total 97,119 100
Registered voters/turnout 148,500 65.40

Belize past election results 

Parties Votes % Seats
United Democratic Party 64,976 50.37 17
People's United Party 61,329 47.54 14
People's National Party 828 0.64
Independents 822 0.64
Vision Inspired by the People 382 0.30
Total valid votes 128,999 100.00 31
Invalid votes 1,259  
Total votes cast (turnout 73.16%) 130,258

Cuba national assembly of people’s power 2018 voting live

Cuba national assembly of people's power 2018 Results Voting Live

Cuba national assembly of people's power Dates 2018

Cuba national assembly of people's power Date: 11 March 2018

The National Assembly of People's Power (Spanish: Asamblea Nacional del Poder Popular) is the legislative parliament of the Republic of Cuba and the supreme body of State power. Its members (currently numbering 612) are elected from single-member electoral districts for a term of five years. The Assembly's current President is Esteban Lazo Hernández. The assembly meets twice a year. Between sessions, it is represented by the 31 members Council of State.Cuba national assembly of people's power 2018 Voting live


Cuba national assembly of people's power voting Live 2018 

1.The Assembly is a unicameral (one-chamber) parliament and the only body in Cuba that is vested with both constituent and legislative authority (although the government may pass decrees that have the force of law).

2.It holds two regular sessions a year, which are public unless the Assembly itself votes to hold them behind closed doors for reasons of state. It has permanent commissions to look after issues of legislative interest at times when the Assembly is not in session.

3.The National Assembly has the power to amend the Constitution; to pass, amend, and repeal laws; to debate and approve national plans for economic development, the State budget, credit and financial programs; and to set guidelines for domestic and foreign policies.


Electoral system of Cuba

The government says Cuba's electoral system is one of the world's most democratic because municipal assembly delegates are nominated by neighbours and do not have to belong to the Communist Party. But the path to the National Assembly, and ultimately the presidency, is controlled by the party.


Candidates for national assembly election

N/A


Cuba Parties and leaders 

Communist Party of Cuba, Cuban Liberal Union, Christian Democratic Party of Cuba , Cuban Democratic Socialist Current.


Cuba past election results 

Option Votes % Seats
Full list 6,031,215 81.30 612
Selective vote 1,387,307 18.70
Blank votes 459,384
Total 7,877,906 100 612
Registered voters/turnout 8,668,457 90.88

Mexico Presidential election 2018 voting live

Mexico Presidential election 2018 Results Voting Live

Mexico Presidential election Dates 2018

Mexico Presidential election Date: 1 July 2018

General elections are scheduled to be held in Mexico on 1 July 2018. Voters will elect a new president to serve a six-year term, 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies and 128 members of the Senate. The members of the legislature elected on this date will be the first allowed to run for re-election in subsequent elections.

Incumbent President Enrique Peña Nieto is not eligible for a second term according to the Mexican Constitution.


Mexico Presidential election Voting Live 2018 

1.None of the political parties has a formal announcement of candidacy for the 2018 general election. The National Indigenous Congress announced on 28 May 2017 the election of María de Jesús Patricio Martínez as spokeswoman and indigenous representative for the 2018 general election, aiming to obtain an independent candidacy.

2.The method for choosing the presidential candidate will be through a convention of delegates. The PRI will hold its convention of delegates on 18 February 2018. José Antonio Meade Kuribreña was the only candidate to register for the nomination, thus, making him the “presumptive nominee”.


Electoral system of Mexico

The President is elected by plurality in a single round of voting.

The 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies are elected by two methods; 300 are elected in single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting, with the remaining 200 elected in a single nationwide constituency by proportional representation, with seats allocated using the simple quotient and largest remainder method. No party is allowed to hold more than 300 seats.

The 128 members of the Senate are also elected by two methods, with 96 elected in 32 three-seat constituencies based on the states and 32 elected in a single nationwide constituency by proportional representation. In the three-seat constituencies, two seats are allocated to the party receiving the highest number of votes and one seat to the party receiving the second-highest number of votes.


Candidates for Presidential election

N/A


Mexico Parties and leaders

National Action Party, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Party of the Democratic Revolution,Labor Party


Mexico past election results 

Candidates Party Votes %
  Felipe Calderón National Action Party 15,000,284 35.89%
  Andrés Manuel López Obrador Coalition for the Good of All (PRD, PT, CV) 14,756,350 35.31%
  Roberto Madrazo Alliance for Mexico (PRI, PVEM) 9,301,441 22.26%
  Patricia Mercado Social Democratic and Peasant Alternative Party 1,128,850 2.70%
  Roberto Campa Cifrián New Alliance 401,804 0.96%
  Write in 297,989 0.71%
  Blank/Invalid 904,604 2.16%
Total 41,791,322 100.0%

Mexican Senate 2018 voting live

Mexican Senate 2018 Results Voting Live

Mexican Senate Dates 2018

Mexican Senate : 1 JULY 2018

The Senate of the Republic, (Spanish: Senado de la República) constitutionally Chamber of Senators of the Honorable Congress of the Union (Spanish: Cámara de Senadores del H. Congreso de la Unión), is the upper house of Mexico's bicameral Congress.

After a series of reforms during the 1990s, it is now made up of 128 senators:

  • Two for each of the 31 states and two for the Federal District elected under the principle of relative majority;
  • One for each of the 31 states and one for the Federal District, assigned under the principle of first minority (i.e. awarded to the party who had won the second highest number of votes within the state or Federal District);
  • Thirty-two national senators-at-large, divided among the parties in proportion to their share of the national vote.

Mexican Senate Voting Live 2018 

1.Senators serve six-year terms, running concurrently with the President of Mexico. Special elections are rare, as substitutes are chosen at every election.

2.The Senate is completely renewed every six years since senators are barred from immediate reelection. This will change at the 2018 election.

3.In a senatorial race, each party nominates two candidates who run and are elected together by direct vote. The party of the two candidates that won the second highest vote within the state or the Federal District then assigns a senator to occupy the third seat (first minority seat), according to the list of candidates that the party registered with the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE).


Electoral system of Mexico  

Senators are elected for a period of six years, corresponding to two legislatures and cannot be reelected for the immediate period, although alternately.

They are elected by direct popular suffrage and secret ballot in every state of the republic. Each political party registers a list with two formulas of candidates, consisting of two owners and their alternates: the number 1 of the formula First Formula is denominated to him, and 2, Second Formula. The formula of candidates obtaining the highest number of votes is elected complete, becoming the first two senators of the entity; the third Senate is awarded to the candidate of First Formula of the political party that won second place of votes or first minority.

They are also 32 senators elected by proportional representation. For this election, each political party registers a list of 32 candidates, and these are allocated by proportional representation according to the number of votes obtained by each political party in the national election. 


Candidates for Mexican Senate election

N/A


Mexico Parties and leaders 

National Action Party, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Party of the Democratic Revolution, Ecologist Green Party of Mexico 


Mexico past election results 

Party First
Majority
Relative
Minority
At-large Total
  PRI 33 12 11 56
  PAN 16 13 8 37
  PT 7 4 6 17
  PRD 4 1 3 8
  PVEM 4 0 2 6
  No Party 0 2 2 4

Honduras presidential election 2017 Results live Winner

Honduras presidential election 2017 Results live Winner

Honduras presidential election Dates 2017

Honduras presidential election Date: 26 November 2017

Electoral process in Honduras is made by means of the coordinacion of Supreme Electoral Tribunal, it is the organisation in charge of organising on march during the third year of each government the primary elections where are elected the presidential candidates of each party and a year despues the general elections.

General elections, are made during the fourth year of mandate of the current government and some months before finalising his charge, where the candidates of each party compete by the presidency and is known the next president of Honduras, during the general elections ademas are elect that Honduran citizens the deputies for the national congress and to the Parlacen.

Honduras present is elected for a 4 years term if obtain a mayor number of votes during the general elections.

Honduras National Congress has 128 members (diputados), they serve four year terms.

Honduras elects on national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The President of Honduras is elected for a four-year term by the people by a simple majority of valid votes (nulls and blanks excluded). The unicameral National Congress (Congreso Nacional) has 128 members(diputados), elected for four-year term by proportional representation to represent the country's various departments. Honduras' presidential elections are held on the last Sunday of November of the election year.

Honduras has Multi-party system, but used to have a two-party system, which means that there were two dominant political parties: the Liberal Party of Honduras (PLH) and the National Party of Honduras (PNH). Ahead of the 2013 general electionvarious new parties emerged as contenders for power and influence. Elections in Honduras gives information on electionsand election results in Honduras.

Honduras presidential election 2017 Voting live Results


Honduran presidential election Results Live 2017 

1.Honduras presidential vote: Both candidates claim victory.

2.Honduras's President Juan Orlando Hernández and opposition leader Salvador Nasralla have both declared victory in Sunday's presidential poll.

3.With 57% of votes counted, the electoral tribunal has so far given Mr Nasralla the lead.

4.Opinion polls conducted before the election suggested Mr Hernández would win, but Mr Nasralla had recently made headway.

5.President Hernández has been heavily criticised by the opposition for standing for a second term even though re-election was prohibited under the Honduran constitution until a 2015 Supreme Court ruling overturned the ban.


Honduran presidential election voting Live 2017

  1. Primary elections in Honduras, are mechanisms by means of which the political parties of the country choose to his presidential candidates, make during the third year of government of the current government.
  2. These are not compulsory neither paid by the state The Electoral High court of Honduras is the regulatory body of this process, the National Register of the People is an organism of support that gives legitimacy to the electoral process.

Electoral system of Candidates for presidential election

Honduras has utilized four electoral systems to elect its National Congress (Congreso Nacional) since 1980. In elections from 1980 through 1993, Hondurashad a fused electoral system. The same vote for a single party was used both to elect the president and to allocate seats for the National Congress.


Candidates for presidential election

Juan Orlando Hernández of National Party ,Salvador Nasralla of Libre-PINU Party,Luis Orlando Zelaya of Liberal Party.


Honduran Parties and leaders

National Party of Honduras,
Liberal Party of Honduras, Liberty and Refoundation,
Anti-Corruption Party, Democratic Unification Party, Christian Democratic Party of Honduras, Innovation and Unity Party


Honduran past election results

55.1%

3,976,550

Registered voters

Total

2,190,398

100.0%

Blank

55,139

2.5%

Null

133,351

6.1%

Valid Votes Total

2,000,908

91.5%

Carlos Sosa Coello – Innovation and Unity Party (Partido Innovación y Unidad)

20,093

0.9%

Juan Ramón Martínez – Christian Democratic Party of Honduras (Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Honduras)

27,812

1.3%

Juan Ángel Almendares Bonilla – Democratic Unification Party (Unificación Democrática)

29,754

1.4%

Porfirio Lobo Sosa – National Party of Honduras (Partido Nacional de Honduras)

923,243

42.2%

José Manuel Zelaya Rosales – Liberal Party of Honduras (Partido Liberal de Honduras )

999,006

45.6%

Candidates and nominating parties

Votes

%

 Summary of the 27 November 2005 Honduras presidential election results

Cuba Municipal Election Results Dates Voting Live 2017 Candidates Opinion

Cuba Municipal Election Results Dates Voting Live 2017 Candidates Opinion

Cuba Municipal Election Results Dates Voting Live 2017

 

Cuba postpones municipal elections

 

The Council of State moved the Oct. 22 election day to Nov. 26. Cuba Municipal Election Results Dates Voting Live 2017

  • Cuba's Communist Party, the only legal political party on the island, announced they were delaying the municipal elections. 
  • Cuba is postponing municipal elections by a month to Nov. 26 because of the devastation wrought on the Caribbean island by Hurricane Irma, its Council of State said in an electoral notice published in the ruling Granma Party newspaper on Tuesday.
  • The elections were coming at an already difficult time for Cuba as an economic reform program appears stalled, aid from key ally Venezuela shrinks, and the Trump administration threatens.
  • Then Irma swept across the island from east to west, tearing off roofs, damaging the power grid and crops, ripping up trees and bringing a violent storm surge to many coastal towns.
  • The Council of State said it was delaying the municipal vote, originally slated for Oct. 22, so Cubans could focus their efforts on the recovery.

It was not clear if this would result in the delay of provincial and national elections, which are set to culminate in the transfer of power next year from Raul Castro to a new president.

Castro, younger brother, and successor to Fidel Castro, who died in November, will nonetheless retain a grip on power as head of the Communist Party, the only legal party in Cuba.

 

Municipal elections in Cuba 

The election of municipal assembly delegates involves nomination by voters in nomination assemblies, compilation of posting of candidate biographies, voting by secret ballot, and recall.Municipal assemblies are elected every two and a half years. Municipal elections are officially non-partisan.

Nomination assemblies are held about a month before the election in areas within the electoral districts. During regular elections, from 70% to over 90% of the electorate attend the nomination assemblies.Municipal candidates must be at least 16 years old.

In elections held on 21 October 2007, turnout was reported to be 8.1 million voters, approximately 95% of the population eligible to vote, which was less than the last such election on April 17, 2005, where voter turnout was 97%.Elections were then held in 2010 and 2013.

 

 

 

Bermudian House of Assembly election 2017 voting live Results Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

Bermudian House of Assembly election 2017 Results Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll

Bermudian House of Assembly election Dates 2017

Bermudian House of Assembly election Date: 31 December 2017

The House of Assembly is the lower house of the Parliament of the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda. The house has 36 Members of Parliament (MP), each elected in a single seat constituency.

The House of Assembly was originally the only house of Bermuda's Parliament, and held its first session in 1620. It first met in Saint Peter's Church, in the original colonial capital, Saint George's, until its own building, the State House, was completed, also in 1620. It met in the State House until the capital was moved to Hamilton in 1815, where it met at the old town hall until relocating to its current home, the Sessions House, in 1826.

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1.The House of Assembly was created at a time when Bermuda, or The Somers Isles, was administered by the Somers Isles Company (1615–1684), an offshoot of the Virginia Company. 

2. The House of Assembly was overseen by a Governor appointed by the Company (from 1684, by the Crown), although, for much of the colony's history, the real political power lay with the appointed Council of Bermuda, composed of members of Bermuda's wealthy merchant class.

3. During periods when the colony was without a Governor, the President of the Council might find himself Acting Governor, also. The balance of power began to shift away from the Council in the 19th Century, when Bermuda assumed a new importance in Imperial security, and when the Governor became also the Commander-in-Chief of the new naval establishment and newly re-established and greatly expanded military garrison.


Electoral system of Bermuda

The House of Assembly has 36 members, elected for a five-year term in single seat constituencies. …Bermuda has a two-party system, which means that there are two dominant political parties, with extreme difficulty for anybody to achieve electoral success under the banner of any other party.


Candidates for Bermudian House of Assembly election

N/A


Bermuda Parties and leaders

United Bermuda Party

National Liberal Party

Bermuda Democratic Party:

Gombey Liberation Party


Past election results

Registered voters

46,669

 

Total

30,862

100

36

0

Independents

169

0.5

0

0

One Bermuda Alliance

13,832

40.61

12

-7

Progressive Labour Party

20,059

58.89

24

+7

Party

Votes

%

Seats

+/–

Honduras presidential election 2017 voting live Results Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

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Honduras presidential election Dates 2017

Honduras presidential election Date: 26 November 2017

Electoral process in Honduras is made by means of the coordinacion of Supreme Electoral Tribunal, it is the organisation in charge of organising on march during the third year of each government the primary elections where are elected the presidential candidates of each party and a year despues the general elections.

General elections, are made during the fourth year of mandate of the current government and some months before finalising his charge, where the candidates of each party compete by the presidency and is known the next president of Honduras, during the general elections ademas are elect that Honduran citizens the deputies for the national congress and to the Parlacen.

Honduras present is elected for a 4 years term if obtain a mayor number of votes during the general elections.

Honduras National Congress has 128 members (diputados), they serve four year terms.

Honduras elects on national level a head of state – the president – and legislature. The President of Honduras is elected for a four-year term by the people by a simple majority of valid votes (nulls and blanks excluded). The unicameral National Congress (Congreso Nacional) has 128 members(diputados), elected for four-year term by proportional representation to represent the country's various departments. Honduras' presidential elections are held on the last Sunday of November of the election year.

Honduras has Multi-party system, but used to have a two-party system, which means that there were two dominant political parties: the Liberal Party of Honduras (PLH) and the National Party of Honduras (PNH). Ahead of the 2013 general electionvarious new parties emerged as contenders for power and influence. Elections in Honduras gives information on electionsand election results in Honduras.


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  1. Primary elections in Honduras, are mechanisms by means of which the political parties of the country choose to his presidential candidates, make during the third year of government of the current government.
  2. These are not compulsory neither paid by the state The Electoral High court of Honduras is the regulatory body of this process, the National Register of the People is an organism of support that gives legitimacy to the electoral process.

Honduran presidential election Results Live 2017 

1.Honduras presidential vote: Both candidates claim victory.

2.Honduras's President Juan Orlando Hernández and opposition leader Salvador Nasralla have both declared victory in Sunday's presidential poll.

3.With 57% of votes counted, the electoral tribunal has so far given Mr Nasralla the lead.

4.Opinion polls conducted before the election suggested Mr Hernández would win, but Mr Nasralla had recently made headway.

5.President Hernández has been heavily criticised by the opposition for standing for a second term even though re-election was prohibited under the Honduran constitution until a 2015 Supreme Court ruling overturned the ban.


Electoral system of Honduran

Honduras has utilized four electoral systems to elect its National Congress (Congreso Nacional) since 1980. In elections from 1980 through 1993, Hondurashad a fused electoral system. The same vote for a single party was used both to elect the president and to allocate seats for the National Congress.


Candidates for presidential election

N/A


Honduran Parties and leaders

National Party of Honduras,
Liberal Party of Honduras, Liberty and Refoundation,
Anti-Corruption Party, Democratic Unification Party, Christian Democratic Party of Honduras, Innovation and Unity Party


Honduran past election results

55.1%

3,976,550

Registered voters

Total

2,190,398

100.0%

Blank

55,139

2.5%

Null

133,351

6.1%

Valid Votes Total

2,000,908

91.5%

Carlos Sosa Coello – Innovation and Unity Party (Partido Innovación y Unidad)

20,093

0.9%

Juan Ramón Martínez – Christian Democratic Party of Honduras (Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Honduras)

27,812

1.3%

Juan Ángel Almendares Bonilla – Democratic Unification Party (Unificación Democrática)

29,754

1.4%

Porfirio Lobo Sosa – National Party of Honduras (Partido Nacional de Honduras)

923,243

42.2%

José Manuel Zelaya Rosales – Liberal Party of Honduras (Partido Liberal de Honduras )

999,006

45.6%

Candidates and nominating parties

Votes

%

 Summary of the 27 November 2005 Honduras presidential election results

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