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2004 Australian federal election

The 2004 Australian federal election was held in Australia on 9 October 2004. All 150 seats in the House of Representatives and 40 seats in the 76-member Senate were up for election. The incumbent Liberal Party of Australia led by Prime Minister ...

2007 Australian federal election

The 2007 Australian federal election was held in Australia on 24 November 2007. All 150 seats in the House of Representatives and 40 of the seats in the 76-member Senate were up for election. The election featured a 39-day campaign, with 13.6 mil ...

2010 Australian federal election

The 2010 Australian federal election was held on Saturday, 21 August 2010 to elect members of the 43rd Parliament of Australia. The incumbent centre-left Australian Labor Party led by Prime Minister Julia Gillard won a second term against the opp ...

2013 Australian federal election

The 2013 Australian federal election to elect the members of the 44th Parliament of Australia took place on 7 September 2013. The centre-right Liberal/National Coalition opposition led by Opposition leader Tony Abbott of the Liberal Party of Aust ...

2014 Australian Senate special election in Western Australia

On 5 April 2014, an Australian Senate special election in Western Australia has held. The special election was held six months after the 2013 Australian federal election. The results of that 2013 election for the Australian Senate in Western Aust ...

National Tally Room

The National Tally Room was the Australian centre for federal election results to be tallied for electorates and Senate quotas, making up the Parliament of Australia, which consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The Tally Room w ...

Next Australian federal election

The next Australian federal election will be held in or before 2022 to elect members of the 47th Parliament of Australia. All 151 seats in the House of Representatives and 40 of the 76 seats in the Senate will be up for election. The incumbent Li ...

Results of the 2004 Australian federal election (Senate)

The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian Senate at the 2004 federal election. Senators total 37 coalition, 28 Labor, three Green, one Family First, two non-coalition National and four Democrats. Senator terms are six yea ...

Results of the 2007 Australian federal election (House of Representatives)

The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian House of Representatives at the 2007 federal election, 83 Labor, 65 coalition, 2 independent. Detailed results for all 150 seats are also available. The Nationals were reduced to ...

Results of the 2007 Australian federal election (Senate)

The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian Senate at the 2007 federal election, 37 Coalition, 32 Labor, five Green, one Family First, and one independent, Nick Xenophon. Senators are elected for six-year terms, and took th ...

Results of the 2010 Australian federal election (House of Representatives)

The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian House of Representatives at the 2010 federal election, Labor 72, Coalition 72, Nationals WA 1, Australian Greens 1, with 4 independents.

Results of the 2010 Australian federal election (Senate)

The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian Senate at the 2010 federal election. Senators total 34 Coalition, 31 Labor, nine Green, one Democratic Labor Party, and one independent, Nick Xenophon. New Senators took their pla ...

Results of the 2013 Australian federal election (Senate)

The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian Senate at the 2013 Australian federal election. Following a dispute of the results, the Western Australian results were declared void. The Western Australian senators were elected ...

Results of the 2016 Australian federal election in Victoria

Notes 1 The Liberal candidate John Hsu resigned from the partys ticket in June 2016. However, due to the AECs nomination deadlines, Mr Hsus name still appeared under the Liberal Party ticket on the ballot paper.

Results of the 2004 Australian federal election (House of Representatives)

Family First - Family First Party Lib - Liberal Party of Australia ALP - Australian Labor Party National - National Party of Australia CLP - Country Liberal Party Green - Australian Greens

2002 Brazilian general election

General elections were held in Brazil on 6 October 2002, with a second round on 27 October. After three previous attempts, Workers Party leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva secured a landslide triumph in a presidential election. Nevertheless, he did ...

2006 Brazilian general election

General elections were held in Brazil on 1 October 2006 to elect all seats in the Chamber of Deputies, one-third of the Federal Senate, and members of the Legislative Assemblies of the 26 states and the Federal District. As no candidate for presi ...

2010 Brazilian general election

The first round of the Brazilian general election of 2010 was held on Sunday, October 3, 2010. The Presidency of the Republic, all 513 Chamber of Deputies seats and 54 out of 81 Federal Senate seats were contested in this election, along with gov ...

2010 Brazilian legislative election

The 2010 Brazilian legislative election was held on Sunday, October 3, as part of the countrys general election. On that date, 54 of the 81 seats in the Federal Senate and all 513 seats in the Chamber of Deputies were up for election. This electi ...

Next Bulgarian parliamentary election

The 240 members of the National Assembly are elected by closed list proportional representation from 31 multi-member constituencies ranging in size from 4 to 16 seats. The electoral threshold is 4%.

Next Finnish parliamentary election

The 200 members of the Eduskunta were elected using open list proportional representation in 13 multi-member constituencies, with seats allocated according to the DHondt method. The number of elected representatives is proportional to the populat ...

1902 French legislative election

The 1902 general election was held on 27 April and 11 May 1902. These elections were a victory for the Bloc des gauches alliance between Socialists, Radicals, and the left wing of the Republicans, over the anti-Dreyfusard right wing of the Republ ...

1906 French legislative election

The 1906 general election was held on 6 and 20 May 1906. The elections produced an increased majority for the governing coalition between the Radicals and the left Republicans, which had held power under the premierships of Maurice Rouvier and Fe ...

1910 French legislative election

The 1910 general election was held on 24 April and 8 May 1910. The elections resulted in a victory for the governing coalition of Radicals and Left Republicans, allowing the incumbent premier Aristide Briand to form a second government.

1924 French legislative election

The 1924 legislative election was held on 11 and 25 May 1924. It resulted in a victory for the left-wing Cartel des Gauches, an alliance of Radicals and Socialists, which governed until July 1926 under the premierships of Edouard Herriot, Paul Pa ...

1932 French legislative election

French legislative elections to elect the 15th legislature of the French Third Republic were held on 1 and 8 May 1932. These elections saw the victory of the second Cartel des gauches, but the socialists and Radicals could not form a coalition go ...

1936 French legislative election

French legislative elections to elect the 16th legislature of the French Third Republic were held on 26 April and 3 May 1936. This was the last legislature of the Third Republic and the last election before World War II. The number of candidates ...

June 1946 French legislative election

Legislative elections were held in France on 2 June 1946 to elect the second post-war Constituent Assembly designated to prepare a new constitution. The ballot system used was proportional representation. After the Second World War, three parties ...

November 1946 French legislative election

Legislative election was held in France on 10 November 1946 to elect the first National Assembly of the Fourth Republic. The electoral system used was proportional representation. After the rejection of a first constitutional draft 5 May 1946 ref ...

1951 French legislative election

Legislative elections were held in France on 17 June 1951 to elect the second National Assembly of the Fourth Republic. After the Second World War, the three parties which took a major part in the French Resistance to the German occupation domina ...

1956 French legislative election

French legislative elections to elect the third National Assembly of the Fourth Republic took place on 2 January 1956 using party-list proportional representation. The elections had been scheduled for June 1956; however, they were brought forward ...

1962 French legislative election

French legislative elections took place on 18 November and 25 November 1962 to elect the second National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. Since 1959 and the change of Algerian policy Charles de Gaulle decided in favour of the "self-government" and ...

1967 French legislative election

French legislative elections took place on 5 and 12 March 1967 to elect the third National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. In December 1965, Charles de Gaulle was re-elected President of France in the first Presidential election by universal suff ...

1968 French legislative election

French legislative elections took place on 23 and 30 June 1968 to elect the fourth French National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. They were held in the aftermath of the events of May 1968. On 30 May 1968, in a radio speech, President Charles de ...

1978 French legislative election

The French legislative elections took place on 12 March and 19 March 1978 to elect the sixth National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. On 2 April 1974, President Georges Pompidou died. The non-Gaullist center-right leader Valery Giscard dEstaing w ...

1981 French legislative election

French legislative elections took place on 14 June and 21 June 1981 to elect the seventh National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. On 10 May 1981 François Mitterrand was elected President of France. He became the first Socialist to win this post u ...

1986 French legislative election

The French legislative elections took place on 16 March 1986 to elect the eighth National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. Contrary to other legislative elections of the Fifth Republic, the electoral system used was that of party-list proportional ...

1988 French legislative election

French legislative elections took place on 5 June and 12 June 1988, to elect the ninth National Assembly of the Fifth Republic, one month after the re-election of François Mitterrand as President of France. In 1986, the Socialist Party PS of Pres ...

1993 French legislative election

French legislative elections took place on 21 and 28 March 1993 to elect the tenth National Assembly of the Fifth Republic. Since 1988, President François Mitterrand and his Socialist cabinets had relied on a relative parliamentary majority. In a ...

2002 French legislative election

The French legislative elections took place on 9 June and 16 June 2002 to elect the 12th National Assembly of the Fifth Republic, in a context of political crisis. The Socialist Prime Minister Lionel Jospin announced his political retirement afte ...

2007 French legislative election

The French legislative elections took place on 10 June and 17 June 2007 to elect the 13th National Assembly of the Fifth Republic, a few weeks after the French presidential election run-off on 6 May. 7.639 candidates stood for 577 seats, includin ...

2012 French legislative election

Legislative elections took place on 10 and 17 June 2012 to select the members of the 14th National Assembly of the French Fifth Republic – a little over a month after the French presidential election run-off held on 6 May. All 577 single member s ...

2017 French legislative election

Legislative elections were held on 11 and 18 June 2017 to elect the 577 members of the 15th National Assembly of the French Fifth Republic. They followed the two-round presidential election won by Emmanuel Macron. The centrist party he founded in ...

1998 German federal election

Federal elections were held in Germany on 27 September 1998 to elect the members of the 14th Bundestag. The Social Democratic Party emerged as the largest faction in parliament, with its leader Gerhard Schroder becoming Chancellor.

2002 German federal election

Federal elections were held in Germany on 22 September 2002 to elect the members of the 15th Bundestag. Chancellor Gerhard Schroders centre-left "red-green" governing coalition retained a narrow majority.

2005 German federal election

Federal elections were held in Germany on 18 September 2005 to elect the members of the 16th Bundestag. This became necessary after a motion of confidence in Chancellor Gerhard Schroder failed on 1 July. Following the defeat of Schroders Social D ...

2009 German federal election

Federal elections took place on 27 September 2009 to elect the members of the 17th Bundestag of Germany. Preliminary results showed that the Christian Democratic Union, its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union, and the Free Democrati ...

2013 German federal election

Federal elections were held on 22 September to elect the members of the 18th Bundestag of Germany. At stake were all 598 seats to the Bundestag, plus 33 overhang seats determined thereafter. The Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union o ...

2017 German federal election

Federal elections were held in Germany on 24 September 2017 to elect the members of the 19th Bundestag. At stake were all 598 seats in the Bundestag, as well as 111 overhang and leveling seats determined thereafter. The Christian Democratic Union ...

Next Gibraltar general election

Under section 382 of the Gibraltar Constitution Order 2006, the parliament must be dissolved four years after its first meeting following the last election unless the Chief Minister advises the Governor of Gibraltar to dissolve parliament sooner. ...