| Executive Branch Major Executive Election
|Nine in the Executive Branch|
|Candidates||Nathan Maine||Mitchell Carrick|
|Major Executive Before Election||Major Executive After Election|
|Nathan Maine||Nathan Maine|
| Executive Branch Minor Executive Election
|Minor Executive Before Election||Minor Executive After Election|
|Lanclot Rice||Lanclot Rice|
| Administrative Branch Speaker and Underspeaker Election
|Six in the Administrative Branch|
|Candidates||Carlson Tyler||John Brayer||Harrison Mearl|
|Speaker Before Election||Speaker After Election|
|Andrew Mearl||Carlson Tyler|
|Underspeaker Before Election||Underspeaker After Election|
|Edward Stenbach||John Brayer|
Towards the end of 2014-I, incumbent Major Executive Nathan Maine was incredibly popular due to successful policy, charisma, and the public distaste for his opponents. The Halloween Shutdown only further aided this and he was fairly universally expected to win the election in a landslide to go to serve a third and final term. When December began, he and his former opponent in the last election, Administrative Liaison Mitchell Carrick, both declared their intent to run. Carrick did not campaign very much but Maine did put out an official campaign, if only for sentimental and historic purposes. Maine scored more endorsements than any candidate in history, managed to get someone from each and every party (including the party that opposed him the most, the Establishment Party, of which Edward Stenbach endorsed him) to endorse him, and even received support from foreign leaders like President Davis of the allied Occidental Coalition.
On election day, Maine won nearly unanimously, receiving every single vote besides from Mitchell Carrick. He became the first Major Executive to be elected three times and would, along with Arnold Ogamon (nearly, as Ogamon was before the official election cycle for the Major Executive), become one of only two Major Executives to have a full year in office.
The very first election for the new position of Senator pitted two parties in very staunch opposition against each other. The Union Party put forward Clark McDearny, who was serving as the Deputy Head of Naturalization, while the Authority Party put forward Ronald Afferson. Afferson had previously ran for the Head of Naturalization position when it was vacant in early 2013-III, but the Union Party fought hard against it and he failed to be elected, leading to Satine Ehtya (a member of the Union Party) becoming the Head of Naturalization later on.
McDearny easily won, receiving 19 votes, while Afferson received only 7 votes. This only added to the tensions between the Union and Authority parties as the Authority Party also failed to get an Administrative seat in the election while, now, the Union Party would hold three seats in the Executive Branch.
With six seats up for grabs in the Administration and with current Speaker of the Administration as well as the current Deputy Speaker both leaving the Administrative Branch, the election for Administrative seats was a turning point in control of the Administration.
A total of 27 ballots were cast and the election was called on December 17 with the following results ("i" designates incumbency):
- CARLSON TYLER (P) (i): 26 votes
- LUKE CANNON (P): 27 votes (unanimously elected)
- ALLISON BRAUGH (P): 22 votes
- JOHN BRAYER (L) (i): 27 votes (unanimously elected)
- AARON EHTYA (U) (i): 24 votes
- HARRISON MEARL (E) (i): 21 votes
- LEONARD MISSET (A): 15 votes
With seat allocation, the Progressive Party (with a total of 75 votes between all candidates) received three seats, Libertarian one seat, Union one seat, and Establishment one seat. The Authority Party failed to receive a seat and thus, every candidate but Leonard Misset would become an Administrator for 2014-I.
With the previous Speaker of the Administration, Andrew Mearl, retired, the election for Speaker was completely open. The Progressives achieved three seats and easily were able to guarantee themselves the Speakership, electing incumbent Progressive Carlson Tyler as Speaker. The Libertarian Party put forth John Brayer as their candidate for Speaker and the Establishment Party put forth Harrison Mearl, the cousin of the former Speaker Mearl. Brayer achieved votes from both himself and Aaron Ehtya (of the Union Party) and became Deputy Speaker (resulting in Brayer becoming the first Libertarian to hold one of the four significant offices - Major Executive, Minor Executive, Speaker of the Administration, and Deputy Speaker), while Harrison Mearl only received his own vote.