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March 2021 Dixie gubernatorial election

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March 2021 Dixie gubernatorial election
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Nominee Tripplyons18 iThinkThereforeiFlam CryDefiance
Party Democratic Republican Civics People's
Popular vote 8,985,919 7,423,918 7,358,262
Percentage 37.81% 31.23% 30.96%

Governor before election

MrWhiteyIsAwesome
Republican

Elected Governor

Tripplyons18
Democratic


The March 2021 Dixie gubernatorial election took place on March 24th, 2020 as part of the March 2021 United States elections. Democratic Senator Tripplyons18 defeated Republican House Minority Leader iThinkThereforeiFlam and Civic assemblyperson CryDefiance to become the state's 2nd Governor.

Incumbent Republican governor MrWhiteyIsAwesome was defeated in a three-way primary between himself, Flam (the eventual nominee), and Represenative The_Hetch, who went on to be defeated when he attempted to run for lieutenant governor.

Candidates

Democratic

Democratic nominee

Declined

Republican

Republican nominee

Defeated in Primary

Declined

Primary Debate

One debate was held in the Republican primary between Flam, Whitey, and Hetch. During the debate,the three candidates debated issues such as energy, education, and abortion.

Primary Results

Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican iThinkThereforeIFlam 4,037,126 54.83%
Republican MrWhiteyIsAwesome 2,155,163 29.03%
Republican The_Hetch 1,196,735 16.12%
Total votes 7,423,918 100.00%

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
iThinkThereforeIFlam (R) Tripplyons18 (D) CryDefiance (C)
Quinnipiac March 12, 2021 827 ± 5.0% 25% 46% 29%
Quinnipiac March 14, 2021 500 ± 5.0% 27% 46% 27%
Quinnipiac March 16, 2021 500 ± 5.0% 30% 44% 26%
Quinnipiac March 18, 2021 500 ± 5.0% 34% 43% 23%
Quinnipiac March 20, 2021 500 ± 5.0% 34% 39% 27%
Quinnipiac March 23, 2021 500 ± 5.0% 32% 38% 30%

Debate

One debate was held between the candidates, where questions were asked on gun rights, as well as the energy grid in light of the 2021 Texas power crisis. During the debate, Tripp used his progressive legislation passed throughout to use as a topping point. Flam focused on deregulation as well as gun rights, however, promised to keep education funding and change the way for education after a question from Cry. Cry ran as a middling candidate, attacking and questioning the other two candidates.

Results

March 2021 Dixie gubernatorial results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tripplyons18 8,985,919 37.81%
Republican iThinkThereforeiFlam 7,423,918 31.23%
Civics People's CryDefiance 7,358,262 30.96%
Total votes 23,768,099 100.00%
Democratic gain from Republican

Results by congressional district

District Tripp Flam Cry
1st 46.07% 35.02% 27.09%
2nd 39.64% 25.05% 28.88%
3rd 40.39% 33.60% 26.02%
4th 30.63% 30.79% 38.57%

Results by precinct

Precinct Tripplyons18 (D) iThinkThereforeIFlam (R) CryDefiance (C) Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # % # %
Jacksonville 1,226,518 38.94% 966,289 30.68% 956,566 30.37% 260,229 8.26% 3,149,373
Miami 763,467 36.67% 819,627 39.37% 498,954 23.96% 56,160 2.70% 2,082,048
Tampa 554,240 37.37% 565,626 38.14% 363,094 24.48% 11,386 0.77% 1,482,959
Greater Georgia 1,317,308 54.27% 386,020 15.90% 723,862 29.82% 593,446 24.45% 2,427,190
Atlanta 512,729 40.75% 405,680 32.24% 339,730 27.00% 65,950 8.51% 1,258,140
Alabama 563,482 37.30% 509,794 33.75% 437,199 28.94% 53,688 3.55% 1,510,476
Mississippi 497,650 38.58% 452,177 35.05% 340,168 26.37% 45,473 3.53% 1,289,995
Arkansas 507,202 41.01% 382,862 30.96% 346,698 28.03% 124,340 10.05% 1,236,762
Louisiana 716,254 41.29% 596,662 34.40% 421,758 24.31% 119,592 6.89% 1,734,674
Houston 905,753 30.40% 688,402 23.11% 1,385,256 46.49% 479,503 16.09% 2,979,410
El Paso 784,985 30.98% 720,447 30.96% 1,028,012 40.58% 243,027 9.60% 2,533,444
Dallas 636,331 30.54% 930,332 44.65% 516,965 24.81% 294,001 14.11% 2,083,628

Aftermath

Due to his election as governor, Tripp resigned his seat in the Senate. As such, he appointed alpal2214 to the seat.