Voting for the 1st General Election Begins, New Tenochtitlan Votes

(5/7/19)

Today, voting for the 1st General Election began with the District of New Tenochtitlan voting for their MP and the Prime Minister. There was nothing in the Royal Decree signed by HIM Emperor Jason Norfolk I about seperate subdivisions voting on different days, that is just how HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I, who is somewhat in charge of the 1st General Election, wanted to organize the election. The voting started at 06:00 GMT-4 today where about sixty-six percent of the District of New Tenochtitlan voted. At about 15:00 GMT-4, the rest of the subdivision voted. At the end of the day, the election results were released by HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk. In the District of New Tenochtitlan, one-hundred percent of the population, including the other candidate Tammy Norfolk, voted for HRM Duchess Dorothy Norfolk I for Prime Minister. In total, she has 42.86% of the votes in the Norfolk Empire, meaning she only need one more vote, or 7.14% of the votes, to win the Office of the Prime Minister. Also, the Member of Parliament, MP, for the 1st District of New Tenochtitlan has become HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I with 66.66% of the votes, meaning that the Green-Republican Party has a seat secured in the House of Commons.

The next subdivision that will be voting is the Duchy of Dellfolk on 6 July 2019 followed by the Duchy of Bitty Ridge on 7 July 2019. The Duchy of Dellfolk is expected to vote for Tammy Norfolk for Prime Minister, because the majority of the population has similar views to her. The Duchy of Bitty Ridge is expected to vote for HRM Duchess Dorothy Norfolk I, mainly because she lives in the Duchy of Bitty Ridge, but also because the Duchy of Bitty Ridge has similar views with HRM Duchess Dorothy Norfolk I.

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