The 2009 Großgermanian Reichstag Election, formally the First General Election in Großgermania, was held on Sunday, 4 January 2009, to elect members to the First Reichstag of Großgermania. The election formed the first elected government of the Empire; the previous de facto Reichstag was comprised of six members appointed by the heads of state of the constituent countries. The election yielded a majority government for the National Unionist Party of Großgermania (NUPG), the only party allowed to run in the election (although many independent candidates did run). As per a previous Supreme Court judgement, the election of the NUPG to a majority of seats served as a ratification of the Constitution with regard to the institution of the principles of National Unionism.
The final results showed a decisive victory for the National Unionists, who easily won a majority of seats. This is due not only to widespread public support for the Party, but also due to strategic campaigning. As the only organized party running in the election, the NUPG was able to ensure that no vote being cast for a National Unionist candidate was wasted.
As expected, voter turnout was exceptionally high, as people flocked to cast their vote to form the first elected government of Großgermania. Under election regulations issued by the Office of the Greffier shortly after the unification of Germania, all citizens age fourteen years and over were eligible to vote. Although individuals under the age of fourteen were granted the right to petition for the ability to vote, very few (under 2,000) actually did so. In total, approximately 94% of the electorate cast a ballot.