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Who should win the 2019 elections in the world? - Nuke - 01-07-2019 11:32 PM

I've got a list of my favorites that I've compiled. It's not complete yet. By the way, I'm missing quite a few dates--in no small part because plenty have not been set yet! Keep this in mind if you're reading this.

January
Guinea -- None. I really couldn't find very much info on these elections.

February
El Salvador -- ARENA (Feb 3) [GANA, another party I had considered endorsing, ultimately won this election. Congratulations to the people of El Salvador!]
Nigeria -- People's Democratic Party (Feb 16)
Moldova -- Party of Socialists of the Republic of Moldova (Feb 24)
Thailand -- Phalang Pracharat Party (Feb 24)

March
Estonia -- Centre Party (Mar 3)
Slovakia -- Not really sure but Milan Krajniak sounds good. Plenty other good candidates too. (Mar 9)
Ukraine -- Boyko (Mar 30)

April
Finland -- Finns Party (Apr 14)
Indonesia -- Prabowo Subianto (Apr 17)
Afghanistan -- No one yet (Apr 20)

May
Panama -- José Blandón (May 5)
Lithuania -- Valdemar Tomaševski (May 12)
Philippines -- Nationalista (May 13)
Australia -- One Nation (May 18)
India -- Bharatiya Janata Party

May 26 European Parliament elections
Austria -- Free People's Party
Dutch-speaking Belgium -- Vlaams Belang (also nat/reg on this day)
French-speaking Belgium -- People's Party (also nat/reg on this day)
Bulgaria -- United Patriots
Croatia -- Christian Conservative Party
Cyprus -- Solidarity Party
Czech Republic -- SPD (also known as Freedom and Direct Democracy – Tomio Okamura)
Denmark -- Danish People's Party
Estonia -- Centre Party
Finland -- Finns Party
France -- Rally National
Germany -- Alternative for Germany
Greece -- Greek Solution
Hungary -- Fidesz
Ireland -- National Party
Italy -- Lega
Latvia -- Who owns the state?
Lithuania -- Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania
Malta -- Alleanza Bidla
Netherlands -- Reformed Political Party (even though I'm Catholic)
Poland -- Law and Justice
Slovakia -- We Are Family
Slovenia -- Slovenian Democratic Party
Spain -- Vox
Sweden -- Sweden Democrats

June
Guatemala -- Waiting for the field to emerge.
Denmark -- Danish People's Party

August
South Africa -- Democratic Alliance

October
Argentina -- Cambiemos
Canada -- Conservative Party (assuming the electoral laws of Canada are not modified in such a way that would allow another party to realistically have a chance to win seats)
Greece -- Greek Solution
Portugal -- CDS--People's Party
Switzerland -- Swiss People's Party
Ukraine -- Opposition Bloc
Uruguay -- National Party

November
Poland -- Law and Justice
Israel -- The Jewish Home

December
Libya -- Said al-Islam Gaddafi


RE: Who should win the 2019 elections in the world? - Nuke - 02-07-2019 01:31 AM

Excluding elections/referenda held on Feb. 6 or earlier (Bangsamoro: No.)
These are mostly local elections that I didn't include on the original post.

Feb. 9: Cheltenham & Enfeld, Australia by-elections: Liberal Democrats
Feb. 10: Abruzzo regional election: Brothers of Italy
Feb. 24:
Sardinia regional election: Lega
Okinawa USMC referendum: Yes
Feb. 29: Chicago mayoral election: Garry McCarthy

March 2: Rivers State, Nigeria election: People's Democratic Party
March 5: Chuukese independence referendum: No.
March 20: Dutch provincial elections: Reformed Political Party, Party for Freedom, Forum for Democracy
May 21: PA-12 special election: Republican Party (unsure about primary endorsement due to lack of info)
March 23: NSW state election: One Nation Party

April 7/21: Japanese elections: Jimintō

May 2: British local elections: UKIP & DUP
May 13: Filipino local elections: NUP
May 24: Irish local elections: National Party
May 25: Maltese local elections: Nationalist Party
May 26:
Germany: AfD
Greece: Greek Solution
Italy: Lega
Spain: Vox
May 31: Alberta: United Conservative Party

June 9: Italy second round: TBA
June 15: Bougaineville independence: Yes
June 28: Aomori: LDP
Albania: None.

July 27: Gunma: LDP
August 30: Saitama: LDP

September 1: Saxony & Brandenburg: AfD
Sept. 10: Iwate: LDP
Sept. 22: Madeira: PSD
Vorarlberg: FPOe
Maharashtra: BJP

October 7:
Prince Edward Island: Progressive Conservative
Northwest Territories: (Nonpartisan)
Oct. 8: Newfoundland & Labrador: Progressive Conservative
Oct. 12: NZ local elections: Conservative
Oct. 27: Thuringia: AfD
Hungarian local elections: Fidesz

Nov. 6:
All partisan US elections: Republicans
In primaries leading up to these US elections, which are generally held on prior dates:
Louisiana Gov. primary: Assuming my options are Ralph Abraham and Eddy Rispone, Ralph Abraham.
Kentucky Gov. primary: Gov. Matt Bevin
Mississippi Gov. primary: Tate Reeves (until further notice)

Nov. 26: Osaka: LDP
Hong Kong: DAB

December 6: Koichi: LDP

Elections that aren't scheduled yet:
Andhra Pradesh: BJP
Odisha: BJP
Telengana: BJP
Trinidad & Tobago local elections: PNM
Turkish local elections: Uncertain.


RE: Who should win the 2019 elections in the world? - Nuke - 02-07-2019 02:38 AM

And yet more elections that I missed:

February 24:
President of Senegal: Uncertain
New Constitution of Cuba: YES

Feb 25: British Virgin Islands: National Democratic Party

Apr 6: Maldives: Maldivian Democratic Party
Apr 7: Any party that opposes abortion in Andorra
Apr 9: Israel: Yisrael Beiteinu
Apr 10: Belizean ICJ referendum: Whatever Prag thinks
Apr 21: President of Macedonia: VMRO-DPMNE