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1976 3 April 1982 1988

Turnout 11,179,322 (83.52%) (Decrease2.png 4.63pp)
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Candidate Jeremy Kenner Bob Reid
Party Independent United
Running mate Martin Kearney James Opperman
Popular vote 5,628,789 5,550,533
Percentage 50.35% 49.65%

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Two-party-preferred result by electorate

President before election Elected President
Jeremy Kenner
United
Jeremy Kenner
Independent

The 1982 Enderronian presidential election was held on Saturday, 3 April 1982 to elect the President of Enderron. It was the third presidential election since Enderron became a republic in 1970.

Incumbent president Jeremy Kenner was narrowly re-elected to a second term, defeating United Party candidate Bob Reid. Kenner became the first and currently only president to be re-elected as an independent after losing the nomination of his party; he was elected on the United ticket at the 1976 presidential election, but the party chose not to endorse him again in 1982, instead nominating Reid.

Results

Party Candidate Votes %
President Vice President
Independent Jeremy Kenner Martin Kearney 3,581,855 32.04
Social Democratic Party Roy Bartley Hubert Dykstra 3,112,323 27.84
United Party Bob Reid James Opperman 2,880,911 25.77
Enderron National Party Joshua Kemmis Gordon West 702,061 6.28
New Democratic Party Andrew Nguyen Jeffrey Park 659,580 5.90
Conservative Party Frank Lancaster George Boros 242,591 2.17
Two-party-preferred vote (notional)
United Party Bob Reid James Opperman 5,853,493 52.36
Social Democratic Party Roy Bartley Hubert Dykstra 5,325,829 47.64
Two-candidate-preferred vote
Independent Jeremy Kenner Martin Kearney 5,628,789 50.35
United Party Bob Reid James Opperman 5,550,533 49.65
Total 11,179,322


First preference
Kenner/Kearney
  
32.04%
Bartley/Dykstra
  
27.84%
Reid/Opperman
  
25.77%
Kemmis/West
  
6.28%
Nguyen/Park
  
5.90%
Lancaster/Boros
  
2.17%
Two-party-preferred vote (notional)
Reid/Opperman
  
52.36%
Bartley/Dykstra
  
47.64%
Two-candidate-preferred vote
Kenner/Kearney
  
50.35%
Reid/Opperman
  
49.65%
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