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|United Isles Federal Election, 2014|
All 138 seats in the Federal Assembly
| 29 May 2014|
|Leader||James Govern||Sophie Haines||Birgitte Ostler|
|Leader since||16 March 2014||27 September 2011||28 June 2007|
|Leader seat||Hamptons Valley||Ralin South||Greater Merrow (list)|
|Leader||Laura Jones||Jake Barnes|
|Leader since||6 December 2012||13 September 2009|
|Leader seat||Walesia (list)||Ralin (list)|
Federal Assembly following the election.
The 2014 United Isles Federal Election was held on 29 May 2014 to elect all 138 members of the 20th Federal Assembly. Incumbent Chancellor, who had replaced Matthew Lowe as leader of the Conservative Party earlier in the year, narrowly defeated the SDU led by Sophie Haines. The election proved disappointing for the NPP and Liberal Alliance, both of which failed to make any meaningful gains. The New Right, which had entered the Federal Assembly just four years earlier, became the third largest faction in the Assembly.
The traditional coalition partners, the Conservative/NPP and SDU/Liberal Alliance, failed to secure a majority of seats. Although a continuation of the Grand Coalition between the Conservatives and Social Democrats was considered the most likely outcome, Govern announced on 10 June that he would be forming a government with the New Right. Support for the coalition, while strong among Conservative Party members, was not reflected among the wider population.