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Elections in 2009[]

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Elections in 2008[]

March[]

April[]

  • April 9: South Korea, Assembly

May[]

August[]

  • August 9: Northern Territory, Australia, Legislative Assembly

September[]

  • September 6: Western Australia, Australia, Parliament

October[]

  • October 14: Canada, Parliament
  • October 18: Australian Capital Territory, Australia, Legislative Assembly

November[]

  • November 4: USA, President, House of Representatives, Senate (one third: "Class II" Senators)
  • November 8: New Zealand, Parliament
  • November 30: Romania, Parliament

Elections in the past[]

Elections in 2007[]

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January[]

February[]

  • February 17: Lesotho, National Assembly
  • February 25: Senegal, President and Parliament

March[]

  • March 3: Northern Ireland, Assembly
  • March 4: Estonia, Parliament
  • March 11: Mauritania, President
  • March 18: Finland, Parliament
  • March 24: New South Wales, Australia, Parliament
  • March 25: Hong Kong, Chief Executive
  • March 31: Benin, National Assembly

April[]

  • April 9: East Timor, President and Parliament
  • April 21: Nigeria, President and Parliament
  • April 22: France, President (1st round)
  • April 22: Wallis and Futuna, Territorial Assembly
  • April 27, May 2, May 9 and May 15: Turkey, President
  • April 29: Mali, President (1st round)

May[]

June[]

  • June: Papua New Guinea, Parliament
  • June 10: Belgium, Parliament
  • June 10, 17: France, Legislature
  • June 20: Togo, Parliament
  • June 24: Belgium, Parliament

July[]

  • July 1: Mali, Parliament (1st round)
  • July 28: Sierra Leone, President and Parliament
  • July 29: Mali, Parliament (2nd round)

August[]

  • August 25: Nauru, Parliament

September[]

  • September 17: Canada Federal By-Elections; Outremont, Roberval–Lac-Saint-Jean, Saint-Hyacinthe–Bagot all in Quebec

October[]

November[]

December[]

  • December 2: Slovenia, President
  • December 2: Russia, Duma
  • December 19: Republic of Korea, President
  • December 23: Thailand, Parliament
  • December 25: Uzbekistan, President
  • December 27: Kenya, President and Parliament


Elections in 2006[]

Campaigns Wikia launched on July 4th, 2006, and we started tracking the 2006 elections as best we could. Campaigns Wikia is not an encyclopedia, but if you would like to fill in some information about the elections in 2006, especially for candidates that might be running again in a future election, please feel free.


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