|‹ 1969 1979 ›|
|1975 Chawosaurian legislative elections|
|600 seats (300 seats needed for a majority)|
|December 31, 1975|
|Turnout|| 130,058,643 Chawosaurians voted in this legislative election
Voter Turnout Decreased🔻
|Majority party||Minority party||Third party|
|Leader|| Timothy Max Roosevelt
|George Windsor (elected)|| Jonathan Dragan Bismarck XVII
|Party||Communist Party||Social Democratic Parties||Coalition Party|
|Leader since||January 1, 1946-December 31, 1975||Taking Office by January 1, 1976||January 1, 1940|
|Leader's seat||Speaker of the Palace||Leader-elect of the Opposition||Prime Minister|
|Popular vote||65,473,265||64,585,378||no votes|
|Results of the 1975 legislative elections|
This is the end of the Communism vs Capitalism electoral war (1945-75) and the beginning of the purely Socialist, Communism vs Social Democracy electoral war (1975-2017).
The Social Democrats formed a new coalition, the Democratic Socialist Coalition, to help keep the common goal to fight for Social Democracy and Democratic Socialist principles. The conservative Prime Minister Jonathan Dragan Bismarck XVII was so unpopular that he failed to pick up even a single seat, not even a single vote, all 600 conservative candidates were all defeated obliviously. No showing of Social Democratic gains on the map because Communists won each delegation majority in each nation despite losing seats, causing them to retain slim majorities in many nations.
Timothy Max Roosevelt has vacated the position as Speaker of the Palace because he ran for the monarchy, no Communist has controlled the party after 1975 and before 1980. In 1980, Leonid Ivan Bzovsky took over as leader of the party. A large loss of 263 seats has narrowed the Communist majority from their super numbers increased by 563 seats from 1945 to 1965, the Communist Party received a smaller majority until by the 1999 midterm elections, the party rebuilds their early Cold War margins in two elections.