2021 Luepolan presidential election
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The 2021 Luepolan presidential election was held on 7 and 25 April 2021. Since no candidate won a majority, a run-off election was held between incumbent president and leading candidate Savo Grigorević of the Republican Party and runner-up Sabina Škupovna of the Workers Party, in which Škupovna overtook Grigorević to win the election.
The first round of the election was won by incumbent Savo Grigorević. Having failed to secure a majority vote, however, he must compete in the second round against runner-up candidate Sabina Škupovna. Trailing candidates Danilo Valdez, Bruno Vălković, Ivica Morić, and Stanko Stanković were eliminated from the running.
The second round of the election was won by Škupovna, largely due to efforts by Valdez to rally his progressive voterbase to support Škupovna in the run-off, and to the lack of similar effort by centrist candidate Vălković in support of Grigorević. Grigorević conceded the election to Škupovna at 22:31 of 25 April.
|Candidate||Party||1st round||2nd round|
|Sabina Škupovna||Luepolan Workers' Party||PRAL||16,595,915||31.9||26,578,123||52.13|
|Savo Grigorević||Republican Party||ResP||18,885,007||36.3||24,406,193||47.87|
|Danilo Valdez||Progressive Party of Luepola||PPL||9,000,292||17.3|
|Bruno Vălković||Center Party||PCen||5,462,605||10.5|
|Ivica Morić||Luepolan Nationalist Party||LNP||1,014,483||1.95|
Six primary candidates were selected by the Luepolan Electoral Council to be listed on ballots, ordered alphabetically by last name.
|Candidate name and age,
|Savo Grigorević (66)
Republican Party (ResP)
|Incumbent president of Luepola
Finance Minister of Luepola
Governor of Sevierna Zakotija
|The incumbent President of Luepola, and the oldest primary candidate; he is a Luepolan War veteran and the only candidate with noteworthy political experience from before the war. Previously served as the Finance Minister of Luepola under the administration of Ogňan Čărnević, and as governor of Sevierna Zakotija from 1997 to 2005. Maintained a hiatus from politics from the end of his term as Finance Minister until after the defeat of Republican candidate Miroslav Šalaj in the 2013 election, when he reentered politics as a potential future candidate for his party.|
|Ivica Morić (51)
Luepolan Nationalist Party (LNP)
|Chairman of the Luepolan Nationalist Party
Great Assembly Representative for Cǎrnipoře, 4th District
|Chairman of the Nationalist Party and one of its two representatives in the Great Assembly.|
|Sabina Škupovna (46)
Luepolan Workers' Party (PRAL)
|Chairwoman of the Luepolan Workers' Party
Popular Assembly Representative for Bružka, 4th District
Prime Minister of Luepola
|The youngest and the only female primary candidate. Previously served as the Prime Minister of Luepola - the first woman to do so - under the administration of Sebastijan Ilić. Succeeded Petăr Novak as chair of the Luepolan Workers' Party after his controversial failure in the 2017 election and subsequent resignation from the party chairmanship. Has been a Popular Assembly representative of Bružka since 2009, with previous political experience at city- and state-level positions.|
|Stanko Stanković (51)
|Spokesperson of Sloboda
Deputy Mayor of Voitz
|Was appointed deputy mayor of Voitz in 2011 after the resignation of his predecessor. Previously participated in various political activist organizations. Was appointed as the spokesperson of Sloboda in 2012 and has run for president in the 2013 and 2017 elections.|
|Danilo Valdez (60)
Progressive Party of Luepola (PPL)
|Chairman of the Progressive Party of Luepola
Popular Assembly Representative for Jutska, 1st District
Mayor of Rostva
|Second-generation Aranquian immigrant and Luepolan War veteran. Elected mayor of Rostva in 2001 and served continuously until 2013, upon his election as a Popular Assembly representative.|
|Bruno Vălković (55)
Center Party (PCen)
|Chairman of the Center Party
|Chairman of the Center Party. Previously ran for president in 2017.|