How many new electorates are there in New Zealand?
The boundaries will apply in the 2020 general election, and the subsequent general election. In total, 36 electorates remained unchanged, 35 electorates were modified, and one new electorate created.
Who was the Governor of Louisiana in 2015?
In the runoff, which was held November 21, 2015, Edwards defeated Vitter by a count of 56.1% to 43.9%. Edwards became the first Democrat to win a statewide election in Louisiana since 2008, when Mary Landrieu won her third term in the United States Senate.
How are members of Parliament elected in New Zealand?
New Zealand is a representative democracy. Members of the unicameral New Zealand Parliament gain their seats through nationwide general elections, or in by-elections.
How many seats did Labour win in New Zealand?
Labour won 65 seats, enough for a majority government. It is the first time that a party has won enough seats to govern alone since the mixed-member proportional representation (MMP) system was introduced in 1996.
How old do you have to be to be a voter in Kenya?
(3) Any citizen of Kenya who has attained the age of eighteen years as evidenced by either a national identity card or a Kenyan passport and whose name is not in the register of voters shall be registered as a voter upon application, in the prescribed manner, to the Commission.
Who are the parties in the New Zealand Parliament?
Economic and social liberal party ACT and the Greens both increased their number of seats, while the minority Māori Party re-entered Parliament with two seats after Rawiri Waititi won the Waiariki electorate.
Who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand?
Official results of the election and referendums were released on 6 November. The governing Labour Party, led by incumbent Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, won the election in a landslide victory against the National Party, led by Judith Collins. Labour won 65 seats, enough for a majority government.