Deacon election, 2014
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The Deacon election of 2014 was held in June 2014 to elect representatives to the Deacon Senate. Voting took place in 40 constituencies, each electing one representative, using the instant-runoff voting system.
- 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||Gain/loss||% of votes||% of seats|
|National Party||Joe Foxon||38||100,313||15||0||37.9||37.5|
|Mercurian Labour Party||Mary Lipton||38||26,997||4||+2||10.2||10.0|
|Deputy Speaker||Theresa Buckall||1||3,176||1||0||1.2||2.5|
|Elections in Deacon||Followed by:|