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  General election - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A general election is an election in which all members of a given political body are up for election.
The term is usually used to refer to elections held for a nation's primary legislative body, as distinguished from by-elections and local elections.
The term originates in the United Kingdom general elections for the House of Commons.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/General_election   (219 words)

 United Kingdom general election, 2005 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The United Kingdom general election of 2005 was held on Thursday, 5 May 2005 and won by the Labour Party, led by Tony Blair.
In Northern Ireland, the election was dominated in the unionist community by a battle between the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to be the region's largest unionist party in Parliament.
Other elections in the province have shown both a shift in votes towards the DUP but also a collapse of support for the cross-community Alliance Party which is likely to be more marked in a first past the post election and thus which may work in the UUP's favour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/United_Kingdom_general_election,_2005   (3092 words)

 elections | Houses of Parliament
General elections are elections of the whole House of Commons at one time: one Member of Parliament for each constituency in the United Kingdom.
The election timetable is then halted and starts again from the beginning of the timetable 28 days after proof of death has been received by the returning officer.  This new poll is not a by-election, but a delayed poll of the general election.
A parliamentary by-election is held when a seat falls vacant in the House of Commons, because an MP dies, resigns or can no longer be an MP for some other reason, such as being made a member of the House of Lords.
www.parliament.uk /works/elections.cfm   (955 words)

 1998 California General Election Campaign Receipts, Expenditures, Cash On Hand and Debts for State Candidates and ...
The history of combined primary and general election campaign expenditures for the State Legislature is shown in Figure 2, and this information also is graphed in Figure 3.
And these lower 1998 primary election expenditures presumably were due to the restrictions on fundraising imposed by Proposition 208 in effect throughout 1997, until the initiative's provisions were successfully challenged in court and overturned in January, 1998.
Although grand total general election receipts and expenditures for 1996 and 1998 legislative campaigns were similar, it should be kept in mind that only the 1998 legislative campaigns were conducted simultaneously with campaigns for constitutional offices.
www.ss.ca.gov /prd/finance98_general_final/98gencandmainpage.htm   (1560 words)

 Election Results : General elections 1853-2002 - dates & turnout
From 1853 to 1879 general elections took place over a period of weeks or months.
Since 1951 elections in general and Maori seats have taken place on the same day, and always on a Saturday.
At the first elections in 1868 three of the four members were elected on nomination day (15 Apr), two without opposition and one by show of hands; the fourth was returned in a poll on 6 May. From 1881 only the day of Maori polling is given.
www.elections.org.nz /elections/elections_dates_turnout.html   (501 words)

 Malaysian general election, 1999 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1999 Malaysian General Election was held on 29 November 1999 as stipulated by the laws of Malaysia for general elections.
However, due to the Anwar Ibrahim scandal, the win was one of the lowest experienced by the ruling coalition over the years, since independence, with the exception of the 1969 general election.
Trends in Malaysia: Election Assessment (PDF) a 62 pages collection of papers from Institute of Southeast Asian Studies after the 1999 election.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Malaysian_general_election,_1999   (199 words)

 Brooklawn Student Council - General Election
There will be an Electioneering Period of at least three school days, in which all candidates will have the opportunity to distribute campaign materials and convince fellow students to vote for them.
On the final day of the Electioneering Period, all candidates will be given the opportunity to speak to the entire sixth and seventh grade Student Body.
Electioneering is the process where those candidates who successfully complete Petitioning will attempt to convince their fellow students to vote for them.
brooklawnsa.com /council/election/electioneering.htm   (668 words)

 The Electoral Commission : Elections : Research : General election 2005
This report is the third in a series of reports and papers on the 2005 general election.
Election 2005: turnout  was published on 19 October 2005.
John Turner, Chairman, Association of Electoral Administrators: The conduct of the 2005 general election.
www.electoralcommission.org.uk /elections/generalelection2005.cfm   (559 words)

 United Kingdom general election, 2005 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The election was held under the first-past-the-post system.
The election was the first time since the 1929 election that no party received more than 10 million votes.
The new Parliament met on May 11 for the election of the Speaker of the House of Commons.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/UK_general_election,_2005   (3092 words)

 United Kingdom Election Results
Election results from the general election of 1983 onwards are in these files in the same order.
European Parliamentary Election in Yorkshire and the Humber region by constituency, 1999.
All GLC election results are linked on this index page, along with results of direct elections to the Inner London Education Authority (1986-90).
www.election.demon.co.uk   (1187 words)

 Guardian Unlimited: Election 2005
Although the Blairs fiercely protect their children from press intrusion between elections, there was a photocall in both 1997 and 2001 as the family arrive on the steps of No 10, enabling the nation to gawp as the Blair kids grow up.
In the election campaign, as far as Labour was concerned "it was the economy, stupid".
The previous holder of this distinction was Harold Wilson, who won the October 1974 general election with a 39% share of the vote, but he only had a majority of four.
blogs.guardian.co.uk /election2005   (3749 words)

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The general responsibility of the Elections Division is to oversee the uniform application of the Colorado Election Code in conjunction with 64 County Clerk and Recorders.
The Elections Division arranges and certifies the primary and general election ballots for the State.
In addition to supervising elections, the Elections Division also maintains voter registration files, registers lobbyists, administers Campaign Finance Laws, and is the filing office for conflicts of interest and oaths of office.
www.elections.colorado.gov   (126 words)

 Scotsman.com Election - 2005 UK General Election coverage from Scotland
VOTES in next year's Scottish Parliament and council elections are set to be counted by computer in a bid to speed up the results.
THE Liberal Democrats swept to a dramatic victory in the Dunfermline and West Fife early this morning, condemning Labour to its worst by-election defeat in Scotland for 18 years.
A LIBERAL Democrat parliamentary candidate whose death forced a delay to a general election poll...
election.scotsman.com   (348 words)

Election Results Map — Overview of the 2004 General Election returns with a national map with color-coded states & rollover results, all presented in Flash format.
Congressional & Gubernatorial Election Results — Text list of every vote cast for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives & the U.S. Senate in every state, plus the governorships in states where elections were held.
The election returns for the presidential race, the state governorships, the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate are available here on the C-SPAN website.
c-span.org /2004vote/election.asp?Cat=Current_Event&Code=Election&ShowVidNum=10&Rot_Cat_CD=Election&Rot_HT=206&Rot_WD=&ShowVidDays=100&ShowVidDesc=&ArchiveDays=365   (329 words)

 MORI - General Election 2005
This short note tries to explain in simple terms the main elements of the way MORI conducts its election polling and what those polls mean.
MORI Chairman, Robert Worcester, is again providing a daily election bulletin during the campaign for political website ePolitix in the run-up to the General Election.
Explaining Labour's Landslip is the true story of what happened (and, importantly, what didn't happen) in the 2005 British General Election, told by three men who really know about it.
www.mori.com /election2005/index.shtml   (608 words)

 British General Election 2005 - SourceWatch
The Blairite neo-liberal Alan Milburn MP is Labour's general election coordinator.
In these months before the general election, we're all in the privileged position when our private thoughts are a matter of public interest.
In mid-December 2004, The Guardian reported that "The coming general election could be held as late as June 16 and not, as most MPs in all parties have been expecting, on May 5, senior ministers are privately warning colleagues." [18] (http://politics.guardian.co.uk/labour/story/0,9061,1373210,00.html) The article mentioned three possible reasons why Tony Blair might choose June 16.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=British_General_Election_2005   (1674 words)

 Conservative Party - Conservative Election Manifesto 2005 - It's Time For Action   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Chapter of the Conservative general election manifesto on policies for older people, including proposals to cut council tax and increase the state pension by earnings (February 2005).
Health chapter of the Conservative general election manifesto, detailing policies for cleaner hospitals and greater choice for patients (February 2005).
The education chapter of the Conservative general election manifesto, including Conservative plans to give parents the right to choose the best school for their children and improve discipline in schools (February 2005).
www.conservatives.com /tile.do?def=manifesto.index.page   (446 words)

 BBC Politics 97
The Government performed badly in local elections, by-elections (Labour lost 16 seats between 1966-1970) and opinion polls.
The Conservatives under Edward Heath were confident of victory at the next election, although the Tories were not without their own problems.
A good showing in the local elections in May 1970 convinced Wilson that Labour could win an early election, and the day was set for 18 June.
www.bbc.co.uk /politics97/background/pastelec/ge70.shtml   (1159 words)

 About the Elections Division
The Secretary of State is the chief election officer for the State of Texas.
We also provide assistance to the general public on voter registration and other election issues through our 1-800 toll-free number, 1-800-252-VOTE (8683), and via the Internet at elections@sos.state.tx.us.
The Elections Division administers and maintains the Texas Voter Registration System, which is an online voter registration application designed for county officials to maintain accurate and efficient voter registration rolls.
www.sos.state.tx.us /elections/index.shtml   (375 words)

 The Electoral Commission : Elections : General election 2005
On 5 May, a general election took place across the UK; there were also local elections in some parts of the UK on the same day.
Results from the 2005 UK Parliamentary general election can be viewed here.
Reports on the conduct and campaign spending at the general election 2001 can be found in our official report page.
www.electoralcommission.org.uk /elections/genelec.cfm   (242 words)

 2005 British General Election
The election pitted the governing Labour Party against two principal rivals, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats, and several minor parties.
In the run-up to the preceding (2001) general election, Labour was in a strong position-- the economy was robust, pluralities of voters were Labour party identifiers and favored Labour on key issues, and the party leader, Tony Blair, was viewed as having a massive "competence edge" over his rivals.
As election day approached, it became obvious that the Conservatives' negative campaign was not working; the party was trending downward in the polls, and the Liberal Democrats were moving smartly upward.
www.apsanet.org /section_577.cfm   (1158 words)

 SC Calendar for PRIMARY/GENERAL 2002 Elections
First public notice of November 5 General Election to be published no later than this date in newspaper of general circulation in county.
Deadline for county election commissions to certify results and issue statements of returns to be transmitted to the State Election Commission.
County election commission, serving as the county board of canvassers, meets to canvass and certify election results.
www.state.sc.us /scsec/gecalend2002.htm   (1004 words)

 General election, Novmeber 3, 1998, main page
General Election: On November 3, 1998, in the general election, the following offices will be elected on a partisan ballot.
Each political party will select (either through the primary election or another process determined by the party) one candidate to run for the at-large Councilmember seats, and independent candidates will also run in the general election.
On November 3, 1998, at the general election, an at-large member of the Board of Education (to fill the seat currently occupied by Jay Silberman) and Ward members for Wards 2, 4, 7, and 8 will be elected in a non-partisan election.
www.dcwatch.com /archives/election98   (441 words)

 Guardian Unlimited Politics | Election 2005
June 24: The last unresolved battle of the May 5 general election was decided last night when the Conservatives increased their majority in the safe seat of South Staffordshire.
June 9: George Galloway yesterday sparked new controversy with claims that the general election in Bethnal Green and Bow was tainted by 'thousands' of fraudulent votes.
The 2005 election is being portrayed as a sharp demise for Labour, but it should rather be seen as a vote of no confidence in the Tories, writes Chris Leslie.
politics.guardian.co.uk /election2005   (805 words)

Election Officials must receive Absentee Ballots by close of polls.
Customize the Election Results Viewer to monitor continuously the statewide contests and parties of your choice.
For local elections results or Superior Court Judges results, please contact the county elections office.
vote2002.ss.ca.gov   (194 words)

 Elections New Zealand
Elections New Zealand aims to help you participate in New Zealand's electoral life by offering information, education, encouragement and online services.
No prosecutions for electoral complaints 17 Mar 2006 Police will not be making any further prosecutions in relation to complaints received from the Electoral Commission and the Chief Electoral Officer arising from the 2005 general election, the Office of the Police Commissioner announced today.
Māori Electoral Option starts in April 2006 14 Mar 2006 In the lead up to the start of the 2006 Maori Electoral Option in April, the Electoral Enrolment Centre is working in the community to raise awareness of what the Option is and how to take part.
www.elections.org.nz   (403 words)

 County Recapitulation Sheets – 2003 General Election
Below are images of results of the Mississippi 2003 General Election.
Included are: certified county-level results in all applicable races; and county statements of votes for Statewide Office by House of Representatives Districts, for use in calculating Electoral Votes.
Recapitulation sheets are the tools used by counties to submit precinct level election results and county totals.
www.sos.state.ms.us /elections/2003GeneralReCap/RecapSheets.asp   (311 words)

 CA Secretary of State - Vote98 - Election Returns
The initial Election Night Internet project was conducted with the help of Digital Equipment Corporation during the 1994 General Election.
In 1996 we posted the returns for both the primary and the general elections.
In order to successfully view the election returns, certain options in your browser must be set properly.
vote98.ss.ca.gov /Returns.htm   (514 words)

 Technorati Tag: general election
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