PRIMARY NIGHT NUMBER TWO: Primaries in Districts 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 tonight!

Tonight is the second night of the Panem presidential and vice presidential primaries.  As we mentioned, the only competitive party primaries are those of the Liberty and Labor Parties, as the Conservative and Civic Party primaries are uncontested.

UPDATE: We can now call the results of the District 5 primaries.

Liberty Party – President:

Sec. Tyler Thompson – 55 percent ✔ 

Vice President Celine Oswald – 23 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 14 percent

Sec. Gale Hawthorne – 8 percent

Labor Party – President:

Sec. Joan Kindred – 58 percent ✔ 

Fmr. Gov. Felicia Ren – 35 percent

Fmr. Sen. Ophelie Murray – 7 percent

Liberty Party – Vice President:

Sec. Beetee Latier – 27 percent ✔ 

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 25 percent

Sec. Harold Cercisa – 22 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 14 percent

Gov. Dale Wilson – 12 percent

Labor Party – Vice President:

Gov. Thomas Stemp – 61 percent ✔ 

Gov. Walter Delta – 39 percent

Expected wins here for Secretaries Kindred and Thompson in their home district of District 5. It was a free-for-all for the Liberty VP primary with Secretary Latier emerging on top, and the Labor VP primary wasn’t even close with Governor Stemp winning easily.

UPDATE 2: We can now call the results of the District 7 primaries.

Liberty Party – President:

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 59 percent ✔ 

Vice President Celine Oswald – 25 percent

Sec. Tyler Thompson – 10 percent

Sec. Gale Hawthorne – 6 percent

Labor Party – President:

Sec. Joan Kindred – 39 percent ✔ 

Fmr. Gov. Felicia Ren – 35 percent

Fmr. Sen. Ophelie Murray – 26 percent

Liberty Party – Vice President:

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 30 percent ✔ 

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 22 percent

Gov. Dale Wilson – 22 percent

Sec. Beetee Latier – 19 percent

Gov. Harold Cercisa – 7 percent

Labor Party – Vice President:

Gov. Walter Delta – 52 percent ✔ 

Gov. Thomas Stemp – 48 percent

Governor Oaksmith sweeps her home district primary as expected as Secretary Hawthorne remains at the bottom for the second consecutive primary. Governor Descoteaux wins by a wider-than-expected margin in the Liberty VP primary. Governor Delta takes the D7 delegates in the Labor VP primary as he wins just slightly above Governor Stemp. Secretary Kindred wowed many again when she won over former Governor Ren in the Labor presidential primary by four points.

UPDATE 3: We can now call the results of the District 6 primaries.

Liberty Party – President:

Vice President Celine Oswald – 41 percent ✔ 

Sec. Gale Hawthorne – 23 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 18 percent

Sec. Tyler Thompson – 15percent

Labor Party – President:

Sec. Joan Kindred – 51 percent ✔ 

Fmr. Gov. Felicia Ren – 39 percent

Fmr. Sen. Ophelie Murray – 10 percent

Liberty Party – Vice President:

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 34 percent ✔ 

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 21 percent

Gov. Dale Wilson – 18 percent

Sec. Beetee Latier– 14 percent

Gov. Harold Cercisa – 13 percent

Labor Party – Vice President:

Gov. Thomas Stemp – 51 percent ✔ 

Gov. Walter Delta – 49 percent

Secretary Madison sweeps Liberty VP primary by surprise, VP Oswald wins by expected large margin. Governor Stemp barely holds on in an unexpectedly close contest. Secretary Kindred wins third consecutive primary, proving herself a contender and challenger to the “inevitable” Governor Ren. Senator Murray continues to place last with awful polling- will she withdraw?

UPDATE 4: We can now call the results of the District 9 primaries.

Liberty Party – President:

Sec. Gale Hawthorne – 27 percent ✔ 

Vice President Celine Oswald – 25 percent

Sec. Tyler Thompson – 24 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 23 percent

Labor Party – President:

Fmr. Gov. Felicia Ren – 44 percent ✔ 

Sec. Joan Kindred – 43 percent

Fmr. Sen. Ophelie Murray – 13 percent

Liberty Party – Vice President:

Gov. Dale Wilson – 33 percent ✔ 

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 32 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 14 percent

Sec. Harold Cercisa – 12 percent

Sec. Beetee Latier – 9 percent

Labor Party – Vice President:

Gov. Walter Delta – 79 percent ✔ 

Gov. Thomas Stemp – 21 percent

A set of close wins by Governor Wilson, Governor Ren, and Secretary Hawthorne in their primaries tonight. Governor Ren recovers from her three-primary slump as Murray still fails to impress in the polls. Governor Delta pummels Governor Stemp in the primary as expected.

UPDATE: We can now call the results of the District 8 primaries.

Liberty Party – President:

Gov. Amy Oaksmtih – 34 percent ✔ 

Vice President Celine Oswald – 23 percent

Sec. Tyler Thompson – 23 percent

Sec. Gale Hawthorne – 20 percent

Labor Party – President:

Fmr. Gov. Felicia Ren – 76 percent ✔ 

Sec. Joan Kindred – 13 percent

Fmr. Sen. Ophelie Murray – 11 percent

Liberty Party – Vice President:

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 21. 35 percent ✔ 

Gov. Dale Wilson – 20.62 percent

Sec. Harold Cercisa – 20.03 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 19.03 percent

Sec. Beetee Latier – 18.97 percent

Labor Party – Vice President:

Gov. Walter Delta – 50.01 percent ✔ 

Gov. Thomas Stemp – 49.99 percent

This primary was destined to be close and so it was. It’s arguably important politically as well, considering how this district is considered the heart of the labor bloc. As such, much battling was performed, and Governor Descoteaux, Governor Ren, Governor Delta, and Governor Oaksmith all came out on top. However, Governor Descoteaux only squeezed a win by .73%, and Governor Delta had an even closer grind: .01%.

FINAL REMARKS: It’s become apparent with such high voter turnout that this election cycle is one for the books. However, it’s continuously changing as well. Simply look at Governor Descoteaux, who won two primaries and deprived Secretary Cercisa of a potential win. See Secretary Kindred, who rose to the top once again after flopping earlier. As such, here’s the ratings as of the second day of primaries:

  • Liberty Party presidential primary: The winner of the night, surprisingly to some, was Governor Amy Oaksmith, who won two primaries. It’s still a bit early to call this race, and it’s clear that Oaksmith just changed the dynamic of the field. Tossup, Leans Oaksmith or Oswald
  • Liberty Party VP primary: Governor Descoteaux popped into the lead by eeking a win out in District 8. At this point, it’s still too close, but it’s begun to show who the nominee might be. Slightly leans Descoteaux
  • Labor Party presidential primary: It was Ren, and now it could be Kindred. Once again, much to early to call, but the next set of Districts are tossups for everyone in this primary. Slightly leans Ren
  • Labor Party VP primary: It’s looking good for Governor Walter Delta. The next few primaries are very hospitable to him, and he’s now got 400 delegates under his belt with a possible 500 max to come. Heavily leans Delta

The final delegate count after Day 2 of the primaries:

Liberty – President:

Governor Amy Oaksmith – 300 delegates (D4, D7, D8)
Vice President Celine Oswald – 300 delegates (D1, D6, Cap.)
Secretary Gale Hawthorne– 200 delegates (D2, D9)
Secretary Tyler Thompson – 200 delegates (D3, D5)

Liberty – VP:

Governor Rosalie Descoteaux – 300 delegates (D7, D8, Cap.)
Secretary Beetee Latier – 200 delegates (D2, D5)
Secretary Jonathan Madison – 200 delegates (D4, D6)
Governor Dale Wilson – 200 delegates (D1, D9)
Secretary Harold Cercisa – 100 delegates (D1)

Labor – President:

Former Governor Felicia Ren – 500 delegates (D2, D3, D8, D9, Cap.)
Secretary Joan Kindred – 400 delegates (D4, D5, D6, D7)
Former Senator Ophelie Murray – 100 delegates (D1)

Labor – VP: 

Governor Thomas Stemp – 600 delegates (D1, D3, D4, D5, D6, Cap.)
Governor Walter Delta – 400 delegates (D2, D7, D8, D9)

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