Liberal Democrat leadership elections
- Nominations: Candidates require 200 nominations from party members and at-least 10% of Lib Dem MPs. These nominations need to be from at-least 20 different local branches.
- Who gets to vote? All paid-up members under the system of One Member One Vote.
- Electoral system: Alternative Vote via postal ballot
UKIP leadership elections
- Nominations: Candidates must receive 51 nominations from UKIP members.
- Who Gets to vote? All paid-up members of the party considered in “good standing”
- Electoral system: simple-plurality via postal ballot
- Nominations: Candidates must have the votes of at-least 100 members from 20 different local branches
- Who gets to vote? all paid-up party members under the system of One Member One Vote.
- Electoral system: Alternative Vote via postal ballot.
- Nominations: candidates must receive a minimum of 20 signatures. They must also have been a member of the party for at-least three years prior to the opening of nominations.
- Who can vote? all paid-up green party members.
- Electoral system: Proportional representation via postal ballot every two-years.
Article written by Morgan Haringman.
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