2nd General Elections End, Winning Candidates Announced

(9/9/19)

Today, the 2nd General Election of the Norfolk Empire came to an end with the final day of voting, which was yesterday, 8 September 2019. This means that today is the day that all winners of each election were be announced and the seating chart for the House of Commons was released. The first of those things to be released were the winners of each election. For the Office of the Prime Minister, the obvious winner is HG Duke Iyan Seeker I. She won with 66.67% of the votes in the Norfolk Empire against Mayor Emmett Winters, who only received 33.33% of the votes, and General Max Joseph, who no one, even himself, voted for. HG Duke Iyan Seeker I, who will soon be considered HG Prime Minister Duke Iyan Seeker I, is very excited to work in the Office of the Prime Minister. He says that she will most likely run again for re-election in the 3rd General Elections that start in October 2019. HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I created a pie chart of the votes in the election for Prime Minister.

Pie Chart for the 2nd General Elections Prime Ministerial Election Results (This file is in the public domain)

In the House of Commons, three out of the four seats have been filled with the same party, the Green-Republican Party. For the first time in Norish history, an Independent is a member of the House of Commons. The MP of the 1st District of New Tenochtitlan is HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I with 100% of the votes, the MP of the 1st District of Dellfolk is HRM Duchess Jonelle Bluetoski I with 100% of the votes, the MP of the 1st District of Seekeria is HG Duke Iyan Seeker I, and the MP of the 1st District of Bitty Ridge is HRM Prime Minister Duchess Dorothy Norfolk I. The House of Commons also released its official seating chart today.

Seating Chart of the 2nd Session of Parliament (This file is in the public domain)

None of the offices have been officialy sworn in yet, as that will occur on 18 September 2019, but they are all very excited to work.

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