Last Day of Voting for the 1st General Election Begins, Duchy of Bitty Ridge Votes

(8/7/19)

Today, second day of voting for the 1st General Election began with the Duchy of Bitty Ridge voting for their MP and the Prime Minister. The voting started at 06:00 GMT-4 today, even though no citizens of the Duchy of Dellfolk would have voted at that time. The majority of the citizens of the Duchy of Norfolk did not vote until 17:00 GMT-4. At the end of the day, the election results were released by HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk. In the Duchy of Bitty Ridge, 100% of the voters, voted for HRM Duchess Dorothy Norfolk I. In total, she has 85.7% of the votes, or six votes, in the Norfolk Empire, meaning that she will definitly become Prime Minister. Also, the Member of Parliament, MP, for the 1st District of Bitty Ridge has become HRM Duchess Dorothy Norfolk I with 100% of the votes, meaning that the Green-Republican Party has another seat and the majority secured in the House of Commons.

The Duchy of Bitty Ridge was the last subdivision in the Norfolk Empire to vote and concluded the last day of voting. On 9 July 2019, the winners of the Elections will be announced by the House of Norfolk. HRM Duchess Dorothy Norfolk will be announced as the new Prime Minister, as she received the required fifty percent of the votes needed to win the election. All three seats of the House of Commons will be filled with the Green-Republican Party, most likely because they were the majority of candidates that ran for office and because they are the most popular political party. So, the Office of the Prime Minister and the House of Commons will be filled with the same political party, which could create some problems regarding passing bills that some citizens would want.

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