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Post by Sunemica » Thu Oct 22, 2020 12:19 am

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Renew Sunemia and LDs rises in the legislative election polls of Marin
An new DataPrax/Lakewood Jornal poll shows Renew Sunemia at 19%, a 7% increase since the 2017 elections. The poll also shows the Liberal Democrats at 48% (+8% since 2017), Progress at 18% (no change) and the Conservative Front at 14% (-15% since 2017).
The fall among the Conservative Front is largely atributted to an shift among to the right in the party and after the popular Conservative Front governor Davis Riversadi declined to seek reelection in 2017.

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Post by Sunemica » Sun Nov 01, 2020 10:18 pm

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Sunemia and Laeral to sign an free trade and free movement agreement,establishing diplomatic relations
Sunemia and Laeral have negotiated an free trade agreement as well an free movement. Sunemia has also established an embassy in Laeral. President Liu of Laeral has issued an statement: "Fostering commercial and social ties with our friends in Sunemia offers both nations the opportunity to pursue the path of joint progress and sustainable economic prosperity as we advance into the future. It's my pleasure to sign this agreement and usher in a new era of mutual cooperation and international exchange between the Allied Provinces of Laeral and the United Republic of Sunemia." President Chris Fairhax of Sunemia has also issued an statement: ''Sunemia is proud to foster diplomatic relations with Laeral. This agreement will benefit both nations and foster cooperation and prosperity.''

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Post by Sunemica » Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:21 pm

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What's at stake at's Osaina's elections
This is part of a series of Chronicle articles about what's at stakes at the state legislative elections in Sunemia.
In Osaina, the Progress Party has dominated in the past,with a multiracial coalition. However, as populism advances among whites, Progress is only holding an extremly narrow minority government with 36 seats,versus the Conservative Front with 34 seats. The biggest race in Sunemia for watching is District 19 - Where incumbent Lin Markwood, a progressive icon who was the presidential candidate for Progress on 2018 and as well the chair of the Progress Coalition,the national organization for the Progress Party. But District 19 is changing - The Conservative Front won it 52.8% to 47.2% in 2018 on the second round. The Conservative Front of Osaina is heavily targeting Markwood,but as political scientists noted Osaina is an very pro-incumbent state.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 9:28 pm

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Live election coverage: Polls close at Osaina at 5:30
Today it's Election Day in Sunemia! The Chronicle will provide live coverage for the election results. Osaina is the first states to close it's polls,around 5:30. Osaina uses and was the first state do adopt ranked-choice voting in Sunemia. The Chronicle will project election winners. Note that in many non-competitive districts,the Chronicle will call districts after the polls close. The Chronicle will additionally provide an real-time updating visualition showing the battle for the majority in Osaina: https://app.flourish.studio/visualisation/4394448/edit?

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 9:31 pm

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Polls have closed in Osaina. We wait the first results.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 9:34 pm

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The Chronicle called 45 uncompetitive seats in the Osaina legislature. Party numbers:
19 for the Conservative Front
18 for Progress
7 for the Liberal Democrats
1 for Renew Sunemia

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 9:43 pm

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Election officials expect the results in an handful of seats near Tunica to came in soon. There are no results in yet.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 9:50 pm

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First results came in District 16 and 18,suburbs of Tunica and near the neighborhood of Little Papua.
Progress is ahead in both,50.2-49.8 and 48.2-36.2 with 15.6% going for the Liberal Democrats. District 18 will go for an second round of ranked choice voting.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 10:04 pm

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The Chronicle has projected more 9 seats.
2 for the Liberal Democrats
5 for Progress (one flip: District 18)
2 for the Conservative Front.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 10:13 pm

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We have election results for more 8 seats,incluiding District 19.
In D19, Linwood is narrowly down by 107 votes. The Chronicle can also project an flip in D17,as incumbent James Flordes,member of the Conservatives is losing reelection 44.2-55.8 to an asian Progress changeller. Calls:
2 for Progress (1 flip)
2 for the Conservative Front

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 10:24 pm

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We can project Liberal Democrat Amal Naia as winner of District 78,ousting the Conservative incumbent. She is leading 50.5-32.3 so far with only ballots from the town of Maire in.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 10:32 pm

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Polls have closed in Fairhax. We wait the first results.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 10:45 pm

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We have new calls in an few Tunica seats, in Osaina:
9 for Progress (+2 flips)
4 for the Conservative Front
In D19,Linwood is currently down by 983 votes.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 10:53 pm

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New results in Fairhax are in. We can call uncompetitive races:
38 for the Liberal Democrats
18 for Progress
10 for the Conservative Front
2 for Renew Sunemia

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 11:04 pm

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New results in Osaina are in. We can project an winner in an Little Papua seat (D11).
The Progress incumbent is currently leading 54.6-38.2 with 7.2% going in for an independent candidate.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 11:06 pm

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We can project two more flips toward Progress: D9 and D10,both in the suburbs of Osaina. Progress candidates are winning with 53.3% and 52.3%,respectively.

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 11:22 pm

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We can project more winners in Fairhax,including three flips toward the Liberal Democrats.
9 calls toward the Lib Dems (+3 flips)
5 calls toward the Conservative Front
2 toward Progress

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Post by Sunemica » Wed Nov 18, 2020 11:57 pm

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More results are in from Osaina. Mark Linwood is currently down by 1.231 votes and we call project more races:
3 towards Progress (+2 flips)
1 toward the Conservative Front

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Post by Sunemica » Thu Nov 19, 2020 12:39 am

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We called all the seats in Stanford.
Seat count:
Liberal Democrats: 54 (+3)
Conservative Front: 23 (-5)
Progress: 20 (+1)
Renew Sunemia: 3 (+1)

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Post by Sunemica » Sun Nov 22, 2020 1:00 am

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Sunemian legislative election results
Osaina results
In Osaina,Progress held on the government - they will hold 40 (+4 flips) seats,just enough for an majority. Incumbent progressive icon Mark Linwood narrowly lost reelection in his conservative-leaning seat,incluiding whiter parts of Tunica and an few rural areas. However,they should be able to pass legislation fairly easily,given that the liberal/progressive parties Liberal Democrats and Renew Sunemia hold 40 and 1 seat(s),respectively. The priority of the Progress Government will be passing internet/broadband access for all,as Osaina lags behind other Sunemian states in technology and internet connection. Seat count:
Progress: 40 (+5 flips,-1 loss)
Conservative Front: 29 (-6 losses,+1 flips)
Liberal Democrats: 10 (+1 flips)
Renew Sunemia: 1 (0)
Stanford results
Meanwhile,in Stanford, the Liberal Democrats continue their dominance, mostly due to the presence of colleges in the area and as well the significant high technology industry. The Liberal Democrats have picked up six seats and Renew Sunemia,an environmentalist party one as well. Liberal Democrat Jennifer Maswell will continue as First Minister. Seat count:
Liberal Democrats: 56 (+6)
Conservative Front: 27 (-7)
Progress: 19 (0)
Renew Sunemia (+1)
Nashana results
In Nashana, the Liberal Democrats made huge gains among the suburbs of Nashai and Floiris, ousting several incumbents which would drastically help them at passing legislation and gaining them a majority. The priorities for the new Liberal Democratic majority will be increasing funding for hospitals and health centers,passing ranked-choice voting and as well creating an High Tech Park which would,according to the sponsors of the legislation would boost jobs and the economy of Nashana. Voters in the Nashai suburbs swung towards the Lib Dems in part due to the party's support for increased healthcare funding, a popular proposal in an area dependent on jobs in the healthcare industry.
Seat count:
Liberal Democrats: 54 (+10)
Conservative Front: 28 (-11)
Progress: 22 (+1)
Renew Sunemia: 2 (0)
Marin results
In Marin,the progressive parties continue to roll on, due to the gains among the fast-growing suburbs of Lakewood. The Liberal Democrats gained 7 seats and Renew Sunemia, two. The Liberal/Renew Sunemia government will continue prioritizing their climate agenda - Marin as an carbon-zero province between 2027 and 2032. Seat count:
Liberal Democrats: 47 (+7)
Conservative Front: 26 (-9)
Progress: 7 (0)
Renew Sunemia: 5 (+2)
Beldes results
In Beldes,the Conservative Front is continuing to hold on the government,due to their dominance on the exurbs and suburbs of Gallei,the major city. Seat count:
Conservative Front: 76 (-2)
Liberal Democrats: 12 (+2)
Progress: 2 (0)

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