Deacon election, 2011
The Deacon election of 2011 was held in June 2011 to elect representatives to the Deacon Senate. Voting took place in 40 constituencies, each electing one representative, using the instant-runoff voting system.
The election was the first for Deacon's Senate. The Conservatives held a slim majority of Parliamentary seats after the 2010 general election, and were expected to continue their success in the region.
- Conservative Party – led by James Cardley, the party with the most Parliamentary seats out of Deacon's constituencies.
- National Party – led by Joe Foxon, the incumbent President.
- Mercurian Labour Party – led by Mary Lipton.
|Political party||Leader||Candidates||Votes||Elected||% of votes||% of seats|
|National Party||Joe Foxon||40||102,735||15||36.7||37.5|
|Mercurian Labour Party||Mary Lipton||40||17,916||2||6.4||5.0|
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