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- The party list is used for European Parliament elections.
- The party list is used for European Parliament elections in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland).
- The second vote (party-list proportional representation) is cast for a party list.
- Gillon was elected to Parliament as an Alliance list MP in the 1996 elections, having been ranked in eleventh place on the party list.
- Changes during term Jim Gerard, a National Party list MP, resigned from Parliament in April 1997 to take up a post as High Commissioner in Ottawa.
- In the 2002 election, however, she contested the Te Tai Hauauru Maori electorate, and opted not to place herself on the party list at all.
- Proportional representation systems are used, where there is more of a tendency to use party list systems than the Westminster Model legislatures.
- There are two major and important variations of Party List systems, usually defined as closed list and open list elections: i.e.
- In the 2002 election, Chal was ranked fifth on United Future 's party list, and therefore was expected to enter Parliament.
- In the 1999 election he was elected to Parliament at number 7 on the Green Party list.
- Matt is the Progressive Party President and Deputy Leader, at number two on the Progressive Party list.
- Scotland and New Zealand still hold by-elections, despite having adopted the additional member system, in which members are also chosen by party list s.
- Detailed results National results The table below displays data on the performance of all registered parties which submitted a party list.
- The table below displays data on the performance of all registered parties which submitted a party list.
- The party had also intended to submit a party list, but Kopu failed to submit it before the deadline.
- For the 2005 General Election, Darnton headed the Libertarianz party list, and was the electorate candidate for Wellington Central.
- Matt McCarten, not Jim Anderton, controls the party list.
- The Progressive Party would be standing 26 electorate candidates and 27 on the Progressive Party list, Jim Anderton said.
- Secondly, if a party list is to include communist parties that never came to power then it would be extraordinarily long.
- He is a member of the Labour Party, and currently serves as a middle-ranking cabinet minister at number 13 on the party list.
- She was elected to represent the Labour Party on the party list at the 2008 general election.
- Peter Dunne retained Ohariu-Belmont, and Gordon Copeland and Judy Turner were returned on its party list.
- Members of the European Parliament are elected on a regional basis using the party list, a Closed list (i.e.
- Most seats in the Congress are not elected through the party list system.
- As Duncan was the next-ranked MP on the Labour Party list, she entered Parliament in White's place.
- He will be replaced by the next member of the Labour Party list, Charles Chauvel.
- In the 1999 elections, which Labour won, Goff accepted seventh place on the party list, but also retained his electorate seat.
- In the 1996 election, the first to be conducted under the new MMP electoral system, Fitzsimons was placed third on the Alliance party list.
- In the 2002 elections, she was ranked fourth on the party list, but the Alliance did not win any seats.
- Whereas under MMP it is hard for unpopular politicians to survive, under SM, the party list is a sinecure for career politicians.
- The system must be a form of proportional representation, under either the party list or Single Transferable Vote system.
- Gerry Brownlee is ranked third both on the worst behaved list and the National party list.
- In the 2005 election, Hayes contended as a member of the New Zealand National Party, which ranked him 50th on its party list.
- Margaret Wilson first entered Parliament on the Labour Party list in 1999 and gained a Ministerial post immediately after her election.
- Elections to the Scottish Parliament are by the Additional Member System, which is a hybrid of single member plurality and party list.
- He stood in the 2005 elections for the Labour Party, being ranked twenty-seventh on its party list.
- In the 2008 elections he contested the Christchurch East electorate and was number 4 on the Alliance Party list.
- The Alliance ran 15 electorate candidates and a total of 30 candidates on the party list in the 2008 election, increasing its party vote from 2005.
- Fitzsimons was a list only candidate in the 2008 election and was ranked at number one on the party list.
- Fitzsimons left Parliament on 11 February 2010, and was replaced by the next candidate on the Green Party list, Gareth Hughes.
- He was replaced by Alec Neill, the next candidate on the National Party list.
- Party list system in a multi-member constituency The parties each list their candidates according to that party's determination of priorities.
- STV does not guarantee that parties with smaller percentage vote get represented; this is more likely with systems including some sort of party list.
- Likewise, if a party entitled to 30 seats has won only 11 single-member district seats, then it will acquire another 19 MPs from its party list.
- If a party is registered, it may submit a party list, enabling it to receive party votes in New Zealand's MMP electoral system.
- High-profile broadcaster Philip Sherry also joined the party in 1999 and stood in the number 2 position on the party list.
- In the 2005 election, Tremain was a candidate for the National Party, standing in the Napier electorate and being ranked 52nd on the party list.
- Main problem is party list voting is boring - you just pay your money and get on the list, and nobody knows who you are, and the voters never meet you.
- In addition to voting for a party list, voters may express preference for one individual candidate.
- Voters might vote for an individual, or they might vote for a political party (party list).
- Voters are also asked to cast two votes: one for an individual candidate in a constituency, and one for a party list.
- Although the voter is provided with a party list the voter can substitute a member of a different party and prepare their own list.
- For elections in which the respondent can vote for (or rank) candidates a chosen party list (i.e.
- However even when proportional systems are used, the system allows the voter to vote for a named candidate rather than a party list.
- It is not possible, however, to simultaneously vote for party X but exert influence on the candidate rankings on the party list of party Y.
- Though National had its worst performance ever, gaining only 21% of the party vote, Brash's high place on the party list assured him of a seat in Parliament.
- While National performed poorly in the election, Brash's high position on the party list enabled him to enter Parliament.
- As a result, she was removed from the party list, allowing Paul Adams to enter Parliament in her place.
- Labour MPs Jim Sutton and Michael Cullen) were List MPs, and are simply replaced by the next member on their party list.
- A list MP is a Member of Parliament (MP) who is elected from a party list rather than from a geographical constituency.
- Woolerton first entered Parliament in the 1996 elections, becoming a list MP after being ranked fifth on the New Zealand First party list.
- He was elected to Parliament as a list MP in the 2002 elections, having been ranked in eighth place on the New Zealand First party list.
- Return to Parliament In the 2005 elections, he stood again as a National candidate, again contesting Te Atatu and holding the 29th slot on the party list.
- Even when proportional representation systems are used, the voting systems tend to allow the voter to vote for a named candidate rather than a party list.
- Turia entered the New Zealand Parliament in the 1996 election as a list MP for the Labour Party, ranking 20th on the party list.
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