Baltish parliamentary election, 2015

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Baltish parliamentary election, 2015
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All 190 seats to the Parliament
96 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 72.5%

  First party Second party Third party
  David Romberg.jpg Sfen Mitterer2.jpg Edmund Sauerland.jpg
Leader David Romberg Sfen Mitterer Edmund Sauerland
Party ZP SP BFP
Leader since 2014 2010 2004
Last election TBD TBD TBD
Seats before 59 33 34
Seats won 42 37 36
Seat change Decrease 17 Increase 4 Increase 2
Popular vote 835,309 692,665 802,829
Percentage 22.40% 18.59% 21.54%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Udo Reimann.jpg Martin Heilmann2.jpg Linus Bahnsen.jpg
Leader Udo Reimann Martin Heilmann Linus Bahnsen
Party CSU PfdF G
Leader since 2012 2008 2007
Last election TBD TBD TBD
Seats before 39 New 8
Seats won 24 22 17
Seat change Decrease 15 Increase 22 Increase 9
Popular vote 347,226 356,222 317,902
Percentage 9.32% 9.56% 8.52%

  Seventh party Eighth party
  Andreas Herkenhoff.jpg Monika Naumann2.jpg
Leader Andreas Herkenhoff Monika Naumann
Party LB NEO
Leader since 1995 2010
Last election TBD TBD
Seats before 9 8
Seats won 12 0
Seat change Increase 3 Decrease 8
Popular vote 211,491 25,374
Percentage 5.68% 0.68%

Prime Minister before election

David Romberg
Centre Party

Prime Minister

David Romberg
Centre Party

The Baltish parliamentary election of 2015 was the twenty-seventh parliamentary election to be held in Baltia.