This article belongs to the lore of Anteria.

Electoral systems in Anteria

Head of State

Country Position System Description
 Agarntrop President of Agarntrop Runoff Vote The President of Agarntrop is elected via a runoff system for a maximum of three 5-year terms. A primary election is held on 1st December every five years where any candidate who wins over 50% of the vote is elected to position. If no candidate achieves this, the two frontrunners will enter into a second round election held 2 weeks later and whoever wins in the second round is elected President and inaugurated on January 1st of the following year for a 5-year term.
 Encessia Autek of Encessia Direct Vote An Auteker is only elected upon death, resignation, or impeachment by the people (two-thirds of the population must agree to pass a impeachment vote after a proposal is made by influential councils.) Other than these rare times, the Auteker is a position held for life while governors are the only office periodically elected by the people.
Freice Senior Council Indirect Vote The Senior Council is elected annually by the Nuejel (legislature) at the beginning of its term. The Senior Council is answerable to the Nuejel, which may dismiss it through a two-thirds majority.
 Gabrielland Monarch of Gabrielland None The monarch is based on a set of hereditary rules to determine the next monarch.
 Ganji Islands President of Ganji Islands Two-Round System The president of Ganji is elected every 5 years by the eligible voters. Ganji uses the "Two Round System" in voting. Usually there is a total of 5 candidates from the biggest parties + the incumbent president.
 Halsuntria Head Councilman of Halsuntria Two-Round System A candidate has to win their Department Election by a simple majority to move on to the second round of the election. At the second round, they go against the winners in the other departments to become the Head Councilman.
 Hatstheput President of Hatstheput Direct vote
Instant runoff
The president, plus the senate and parliament compositions, are elected in a single general elections. The candidate with the most votes following the instant runoff system wins the presidency.
 Kilowatt Directory Two-Round System Only citizens registered as voters are eligible to vote. If there is no candidate that reaches 50.01% or more on the first round, a second round is organized, with the two best candidates from the first round
 Kistolia Executive Minister Two-Round System The Executive Minister is chosen every 6 years. Only citizens who are registered as voters are eligible to vote. The canidate with the highest percentage of votes win.
 Layfet Execuitve Minister First-Past-the-Post voting System The Executive Minister is chosen every 5 years.
Ludviska Prime Minister of Ludviska Indirect Vote The Prime Minister of Ludviska is elected indirectly system for a period of 3 years. A primary election is held on 13th June every three years, and the deputies of the Lower House are distributed depending on the percentage of votes. In total, there are 200 seats. To govern, a party or group of parties needs to reach 40% of the seats at least. The Upper House is elected by the government of each canton of the country. In total, there are 18 seats, that are distributed equally among the cantons.
 Prybourne Chief Executive of Prybourne Two-Round System Only citizens registered as voters are eligible to vote.In order to ensure that the winning candidate receives a majority of the vote, this system uses two rounds of voting with polling taking place on two separate days. Ballots are identical to those used in plurality voting, and voters mark them in the same way. In the first round, all candidates are listed on the ballot and voters indicate their preference of one of them. All these votes are then added up and if a candidate receives a majority of the vote (50% + 1 vote), that candidate is declared elected. If no one receives a majority, the field is cut down to the top two candidates who received the highest number of votes, and a runoff election is held. The second election is typically held several weeks after the first. The winner is the candidate who gets the most votes, which is inevitably a majority, since there are only two candidates running.
 Prymalia Paşha of Prymalia First-Past-the-Post voting System The Paşha of Prymalia is to be elected every 4 years, however, the current Paşha may call snap elections within 1 year of leadership. The Paşha is elected by the party with more than 50% of votes.
 Toubaze Monarch of Toubaze None The position of Head of State in Toubaze is designated to the Monarch with a hereditary system of succession.
 Sacrofnia Sacrofnia Sovereign mandatory vote All citizens with the approved citizenship test can go to vote who will be their sovereign until the death or resignation of the sovereign.
 Velnotia President of Velnotia Two-Round System Citizens aged 18 or older gain the right to vote in all elections. In the case that one candidate does not receive over 50% of votes, a secondary round of voting is held. Those top-ranking candidates from Round 1 will move to Round 2. If a candidate receives less than 50.01% of the popular vote, a second Round of voting will also be held. If, in the second round of voting, there is no clear majority or no candidate receives 50.01% ore more of popular votes, the election will default to the Velnotian Senatorial Council for final decidsion. This decision can, before inauguration, be overridden if a committee raises 50 million or more signatures to a petition calling for reelection.
Viha 859365.png Viha President of Viha Two-Round System TBA
 Wolfgalia Prime Minister of Wolfgalia Legislative Suggestion Vote Wolfgalia's Executive Branch is run by A Prime Minister, with a cabinet appointed to hold departmental positions. When a Prime Minister's term is complete, the Senate nominates a new Prime Ministerial Candidate. If at least two thirds of the Senate approves of the candidate, a vote goes out to the Wolfgalian people. At least half of the people must vote yes for the Prime Ministerial Candidate to be elected into the position. If the vote fails, the Senate must nominate a second candidate. If the second vote fails, the House of Commons must nominate a candidate. If the third vote fails, each party of Wolfgalia may nominate a candidate to participate in an election, where the people of Wolfgalia must vote between the nominees. The appointed nominee then becomes the Prime Minister of Wolfgalia. The Prime Minister serves for four years and may hold up to two terms in office.
Screenshot 2021-03-04 085120.png Lyonheimer Prime Minister First-Past-the-Post voting System The Prime-Minister is chosen every 4 years.

National Legislatures

Country Body System Total Number of Seats Number of Districts Seats per District Description
Albithica 246628.png Albithica Senate Two Round System 30 10 3 Senators are elected for a six year term (with no re-election) from their respective County Congresses every odd year on December 1st, to be sworn in office January 1st of every even year. Congresses follow a two round system of voting where a candidate requires a majority to win. If no candidate has a majority of the votes in the first round, a second round with the two candidates that have the most votes is held. Any ties that could complicate this system are broken by the County Chairman. Senator terms are staggered in such a way that every two years, 1/3rd of the seats in the Senate are up for election and all ten County Congresses will be electing a new Senator. Candidates for Senator must be at least 30 years old, must hold a Doctoral degree, and must have lived in their respective County for at least ten years, along with the normal office requirements.
House of Representatives Instant Runoff 500 500 1 Representatives are elected by registered voters from their respective Townships every odd year on December 1st to be sworn in office January 1st of every even year. A Representatives term is two years with no term limits. Representative elections follow a five-choice list Instant Runoff system where a candidate requires a majority of votes to win. It is rare for a candidate to win a majority without runoffs. Candidates for Representative must be of voting age (20 years old), and must have held residence in their respective township for at least five years, along with the normal office requirements.
Freice Nuejel First-past-the-post 13 13 1 Delegates are elected from thirteen single-member constituencies. The candidate with the most votes in each constituency is elected and serves a one year term. Delegates may be recalled if ten percent of electors in their constituency sign a recall petition, in which case the same procedure used in regular elections is followed.
 Gabrielland House of Gabrielland Single Transferable Vote
Two-round system
First past the post
720 6 N/A All members of one of the six chambers of the Gabrielt Legislature is instantly part of the House of Gabrielland. Each member is chosen in a different way reflecting the house they are in. The House of Gabrielland meet once every four months to discuss latest development and cross-chamber issues such as immigrants and foreign policy.
House of the State First past the post 98 N/A N/A Members of the House of the State are chosen by political parties proportional to their vote attainment on the national elections. The House of the State are chosen 6 months after the legislative and prime-minister elections. The House of the State meet together to discuss governmental affairs regularly, and they specialize in making bills regarding the safety and intelligence of the kingdom of Gabrielland. This includes the police, military and the National Commission of Intelligence. Once a bill is approved, it goes to the House of the Law to be approved and debated, and finally, signed by the king. If the House of the Law does not like it, it could always send a bill back. They take in bills from House of the Exterior before approving and giving it to the House of the Law.
House of the People Two-round system 130 3 N/A Regional communities of Gabrielland (Plejka, Nushtur and Txujna) form regional ethnic governments, which chooses the members of the House of the People. Each ethnic group is allowed to hold local elections in each constituency, and the political party with more than 50% wins, and the names of the members are chosen to be selected by the regional ethnic governments of each ethnic group. The House of the People meet regularly to discuss matters regarding to the well being and prosperity of the general populace. They can pass bills directly without needing the House of the Law's approval.
House of the Law Single Transferable Vote 106 58 2 Gabrielland is divided into 58 local district elections for the House of the Law, and each district could send 2 people. The populace directly vote for the members of the House of the Law, and the populace vote for their members by S.T.V voting. The House of the Law meet together only if there are bills that need approval. They take in bills from the House of the State, House of the Land and House of the Exterior.
House of the Land Single Transferable Vote 146 146 1 Each member must win their own local constituency (different from the House of the Law constituencies) in order to enter the House of the Land. Elections take place at the same time as House of the Law elections to ease counting and time constraints. Each constituency can only send one person to represent them to the House of the Land. The House of the Land meets to discuss matters concerning internal affairs and matters. All bills must be approved by the House of the Law before it gets passed.
House of the Exterior First past the post 100 N/A N/A Similar to the House of the State, political parties choose the House of the Exterior in proportion to their vote attainment in the latest legislative and Prime Minister elections. The House of the Exterior discusses and meets about foreign affairs and policies enacted by the government. Their bills are the toughest ones to pass, as they need to be approved by the House of the Law, House of the State and 3/4ths of the House of the Exterior.
House of the Operations Two Round System 140 3 N/A Chosen by Regional communities in a similar way to the House of the People, the House of Operations works together to form a strong economy and well-working healthcare system, and they work closely with the House of the People. The number of members for each ethnic groups are proportional to the amount of population of a specific ethnic group throughout Gabrielland. Their bills do not need to be approved by the House of the Law.
 Halsuntria Borough Administration Direct Vote 309 103 3 A direct vote is taken to elect the Senators in the Borough Administration, simply whoever gets 50.01% or more of the vote gets elected. No other steps after that and is a very simplified version on how Councilmen get elected to office.
 Hatstheput Lower House Party-list proportional representation
D'Hont system
500 1 500 The parliament composition is elected through the D'Hont system applied to a single national constituency for this chamber to be representative. The vote system used is single transferable vote.

This house is in charge of enacting conventional legislations, having this chamber legislative power. For a legislation to be passed, it needs to have more "Yes" than "Noes".

Upper House First past the post 35 35 1 The members of the senate are elected through constituencies (1 per constituency), applying the first-pass-the-post system. There are 35 constituencies.

This chamber has the power to reform the Constitution and veto legislations in the district where the senators where elected.

 Kilowatt Senate Single Transferable Vote 120 40 3 Made up of forty districts with five representatives each elected via the Hare quota
National Assembly Single Transferable Vote 400 80 5 Made up of forty districts with five representatives each elected via the Hare quota
 Kistolia Senate Two-Round System 100 20 5 Senate seats lasts for 7 years, until death, or resignation, then the people of each Territory vote for who they want in the senate.
House of Representatives Two-Round System 150 50 3 Each representative lasts for 10 years, until death, or resignation, then the people of each Territory vote for who they want in the House of Representatives. Kistolia's house of representatives is not a commonly used part of Kistolian Government, it usually is used as a legislative body, and is otherwise used for additions or removals of the constitution.
Parliament Two-Round System 30 4 Parliament seats last for 20 years, until death, or resignation, then the people of each Territory vote for who they want in the Parliament.
 Layfet Senate First past the post 100 10 10 The Senate is divided between Layfet's seven states, its two self-governing territories, and its domestic dependent nations (i.e. native reservations). Each state and self-governing territory is given 10 senators each while the domestic dependent nations are given 10 senators as a whole to divide amongst themselves.
House of Representatives First past the post 325 10 Varies The House of Representatives is distributed to Layfet's states, self-governing territories, and domestic dependent nations according to their population.
 Prybourne National Board of Executives At Large Voting 432 36 12 Made up of 36 districts divided among the states, all candidates for office run in one large multi-member district.  Voters have the same number of votes as the number of seats to be filled. The candidates with the highest numbers of votes win. All candidates for the five seats are on the ballot and voters cast five votes for the candidates they prefer. Candidates for a particular seat must live in a certain area or district of the state. This ensures that all neighborhoods have some representation. Again all the voters in the city are able to vote for each of the seats
 Prymalia State Khural First past the post 75 15 5 The Prymalian State Khural is one of the three main administrative objects, the other two being the Paşha and the Khagan. Elections are held in the Khural every 2 years.
 Taunux Hellenic Parliament D'Hondt system 300 10 Varies The 10 districts every 5 years elect 300 representatives to the Hellenic Parliament. The 300 seats are divided proportionally to each district by the amount of voters that reside in each district. The 300 seats are redistribued every 10 years after the national census. A representative can't be in office for more than 2 consecutive terms.
 Toubaze Citizen Assembly Party-list proportional representation 53 53 1 WIP
National Committee Party-list proportional representation 275 N/A N/A WIP
 Velnotia Velnotian Senatorial Council Single Transferable Vote 480 16 30 The sixteen provinces of Velnotia are represented in national legislation by thirty representatives from each province, including the capital province of Pristav. The Senatorial Council acts as representation to their home province, as well as provides advice to the Velnotian administration. Each province elects one Advisor to serve on the President's cabinet.
Viha 859365.png Viha The House of Commons Direct Vote 72 N/A N/A The House of Commons in Viha creates/designs laws.
The House of Lords/Senate Direct Vote 36 N/A N/A The House of Lords in Viha scrutinizes/approves laws and sends it to the President.
The Executive Board Direct Vote 108 N/A N/A TBA
 Wolfgalia Senate Direct Vote 78 26 3 the Senate, is made up of 78 members who represent the five counties in each of Wolfgalia's provinces and the territory of Francessia. Each county has three representing senators. Senators hold a six year term, with one senatorial seat from each county up for election every two years.
House of Commons Direct Vote 324 324 1 the House of Commons, is made up of 324 members who are elected by districts made up of roughly equal populations. Members of the House of Commons serve 4 year terms and hold elections for all 324 seats every four years, turning over the entire house (with exception to those who are re-elected).