|2018 ←||17 September 2022||→ 2026|
|All 180 seats (plus 14 overhang seats) in the Enderronian Parliament|
98 seats needed for a majority
|Turnout||TBA (93.41%) ( 1.26pp)|
|Leader||Lisa Kelsey Chan||Macey Novakova||Kelly Tan|
|Leader since||3 November 2015||29 July 2019||11 May 2017|
|Leader's seat||Taylor (NP)||Harrison (AV)||Wentworth (WE)|
|Last election||87 seats, 37.89%||51 seats, 32.46%||2 seats, 10.72%|
|Leader||Isabella Bjornstad||Spencer Bartell||Matt Kingston|
|Leader since||25 October 2020||7 August 2020||6 December 2019|
|Leader's seat||Carrera (NP)||Dalton (MA)||List|
Lost Scott (CO)
|Last election||1 seat, 2.26%||7 seats, 6.13%||1 seat, 6.47%|
Results of the election
|Prime Minister before election||Elected Prime Minister|
|Lisa Kelsey Chan
|Lisa Kelsey Chan|
A federal election was held in Enderron on Saturday 17 September 2022 to elect the 150 members of the 20th Enderronian Parliament. It was the first election to be held under the new mixed-member proportional system, in which voters cast a single vote for both an electorate candidate and a nationwide party list, with the nationwide list used as levelling seats to achieve proportional representation.
The incumbent Social Democratic Party government, led by Prime Minister Lisa Kelsey Chan, retained a plurality of votes and seats, but lost ground to the opposition Liberal Party of Enderron, led by Macey Novakova. The election produced a parliament considerably more diverse than previous elections, with longstanding minor parties such as the Greens, Enderron National Party and Enderron Democrats increasing their parliamentary representation. The Social Democrats secured a third term in office after forming a Red–Green coalition government with the Greens, with leader Kelly Tan becoming Deputy Prime Minister.
Independents: Chou Mei Chun, Michelle Gallagher, Brian Minatozaki
- Compared to the seat and vote totals of the Pirate Party.