| Executive Branch Major Executive Election
|Thirteen in the Executive Branch|
|Candidates||Edward Stenbach||Lanclot Rice||Jackson Mearl|
|Major Executive Before Election||Major Executive After Election|
|Edward Stenbach||Edward Stenbach|
| Executive Branch Minor Executive Election
|Candidates||Vulpes Arenas||Charles Sessions|
|Minor Executive Before Election||Minor Executive After Election|
|Vulpes Arenas||Vulpes Arenas|
| Administrative Branch Speaker and Underspeaker Election
|Eight in the Administrative Branch|
|Candidates||Luke Cannon||John Brayer|
|Speaker Before Election||Speaker After Election|
|Luke Cannon||Luke Cannon|
|Underspeaker Before Election||Underspeaker After Election|
|John Brayer||John Brayer|
With Establishment Edward Stenbach as Major Executive after Major Executive Bleitze had resigned previously in the 2014-II trimester, Stenbach ran for election as Major Executive to be officially put in office on his own record. Challenged by former Minor Executive and current Head of Education Lanclot Rice of the Progressive Party and by Jackson Mearl (Chairman of the Joint Command Council and Chief Ambassador) of the Union Party, this election marked the first time the run-off system of voting for Major Executive would take place.
Stenbach won an outright majority of first choice votes, meaning he was instantly selected as Major Executive.
In a contest mirroring the special election after Stenbach had taken over as Major Executive previously in the trimester, Vulpes Arenas (the new, temporary Minor Executive) faced off against Stenbach's running mate, Charles Sessions again. Arenas won in a close 7-6 vote.
Three candidates ran for the two Senator seats. Incumbent Clark McDearny (Union) received 25 votes, Nicholas Romanov (Progressive) received 18, and incumbent Pevolt Levici (Libertarian) received 17, meaning that Romanov narrowly beat out Levici. Clark McDearny would go on to serve a third term as Senator, with Romanov taking office on September 1 of the new trimester.
A total of 30 ballots were cast and the election was called on April 16 with the following results ("i" designates incumbency):
- LUKE CANNON (P) (i): 29 votes
- ALLISON BRAUGH (P) (i): 28 votes
- CARLSON TYLER (P) (i): 18 votes
- EMANUEL CURESSE (P) (i): 25 votes
- HARRISON MEARL (E): 24 votes
- AARON EHTYA (U) (i): 25 votes
- JOHN BRAYER (L) (i): 26 votes
- BRADFORD DURAND (L) (i): 13 votes
- LEONARD MISSET (A): 25 votes
- HOWARD COLESON (C): 27 votes
Two incumbents lost seats, despite the Administration increasing in size by two seats, allowing new members to achieve seats in the branch and diversifying the AB so that each political party had at least one seat. Based on the allocation of votes, the Progressive Party received three seats (allowing Luke Cannon, Allison Braugh, and Emanuel Curesse to all receive seats on their behalf), while every other party received one. The Libertarians, losing a seat, retained John Brayer while Bradford Durand lost his seat.
Before the onset of the new trimester, the Administrators to be selected their Speaker and Deputy Speaker, with all but Brayer and Harrison Mearl voting for Luke Cannon (the incumbent Speaker) as Speaker again. Allison Braugh was, once again, selected as the Reserve Deputy.