Expanded target photo for election winner in Skene Municipality: Labor and Conservatives each won 22.7 percent of the vote.
Final count All votes were countedThe local elections showed the Conservatives becoming the largest party with 5,634 votes – one vote more than Labour’s 5,633 votes.
It can’t be too close. Yes, by the way – parties can get exactly the same number of votes, and it’s called a dead race in the game’s parlance.
Conservative mayor after 20 years
The overall vote tally shows that the Conservative Party and its mayoral candidate Marius Roheim Orvold (age 28) won the mayoralty in Scheene. 20 consecutive years with a Labor mayor.
Incumbent mayor Hedda Foss Five had turned down a new post before the election. APS’s mayoral candidate this time is Odin Adelsten Bowman, currently Secretary of State for the Ministry of Culture and Inclusion.
It’s not one vote that decides the mayoral race — even if it’s a tight race between the two major parties.
The Conservative Party has gained 4.8 percentage points compared to the local elections held four years ago. Labor has lost 9.8 per cent since the 2019 election.
Skine Municipality had 45,100 eligible voters till this election. 57.4 percent exercised their right to vote.
– Damn fun
– Simply bloody fun, adds the new mayor Cairn He will be busy Tuesday morning talking to stakeholders at the new City Council.
His own party, Høyre, won 13 representatives, three more Present Municipal Council.
The Conservative Party, the Progressive Party, the Liberal Party, the Center Party and the Christian People’s Party hold 29 of the 55 representatives in the new city council after the election.
– The new mayor says he can talk with the Green Party. MDG got two delegates, one less than last time.
-Frp-Sp is the largest curve
Roheim Orwald adds:
– Collaboration between Frp and Sp will be a huge breakthrough.
Three newly elected members from Høyre’s cooperation parties have expressed interest in being deputy mayor: Jørn Inge Næss (Frp), Trond Ballestad (Sp) and Hans Edvard Askjer (KrF).
Trond Balestad is deputy mayor in the outgoing regime in another joint project with the Labor Party and Mayor Hedda Foss Five.
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