| Executive Branch Major Executive Election
|Ten in the Executive Branch|
|Candidates||Edward Stenbach||Lanclot Rice|
|Major Executive Before Election||Major Executive After Election|
|Edward Stenbach||Edward Stenbach|
| Executive Branch Minor Executive Election
|Candidates||Charles Sessions||Nicholas Romanov||Vulpes Arenas|
|No candidate achieved an outright majority and Arenas' vote went to Romanov, resulting in a tie. Major Executive Stenbach broke the tie in favor of Sessions.|
|Minor Executive Before Election||Minor Executive After Election|
|Vulpes Arenas||Charles Sessions|
| Administrative Branch Speaker and Underspeaker Election
|Eight in the Administrative Branch|
|Candidates||Luke Cannon||John Brayer||Leonard Misset|
|Speaker Before Election||Speaker After Election|
|Luke Cannon||Luke Cannon|
|Underspeaker Before Election||Underspeaker After Election|
|John Brayer||John Brayer|
With incumbent Major Executive Edward Stenbach of the Establishment Party running for reelection being challenged by former Minor Executive and the current Head of Education Lanclot Rice, the election proved competitive due to the social and economic recession that began about midway through the ongoing trimester. The two held a debate before the election where they sparred on the major issues facing the Triumvirate. Come the election, Stenbach received five votes (himself, McDearny, Crown, Plecrov, and Sessions) and Rice received four (himself, Hester, Bailey, and Romanov). Vulpes Arenas, the Minor Executive at the time who was a member of Stenbach's Establishment Party abstained and this proved to be a final straw for him and his tense relations with the party, who proceeded to expel him. Nonetheless, Stenbach won reelection to continue serving as Major Executive for 2015-I.
The Minor Executive election was competitive with incumbent Minor Executive Vulpes Arenas (who was expelled from the Establishment Party as he did not have their permission to run and he had not supported Stenbach in the Major Executive election) facing former opponent Charles Sessions (Cosmopolitan) and new contender Nicholas Romanov (Progressive). On the first round, Sessions received five votes, Romanov four, and Arenas only received his own (Arenas was the unanimous last choice on all ballots except for his own). Arenas' singular vote then went to Romanov resulting in a five to five tie, which Major Executive Stenbach broke in support of Sessions.
Two candidates ran for the two Senator seats, the two prior Senators: Nicholas Romanov (P) and Victor Martel (E) - though Victor Martel had been impeached due to criminal activity but, due to election policy, remained on the ballot as he was impeached after the ballots were official. As they ran unopposed, they were both elected unanimously. However, due to the criminal involvement of Martel and the court ruling on December 17, 2014 in Universal Triumvirate vs. Martel, Martel was banished from the Triumvirate and ineligible to serve as Senator.
This was the first Administrative/Senator election where the ballots were done via a set poll rather than an email. A total of 28 ballots were cast and the election was called on December 17 with the following results ("i" designates incumbency):
- LUKE CANNON (P) (i): 27 votes
- ALLISON BRAUGH (P) (i): 26 votes
- EMANUEL CURESSE (P) (i): 24 votes
- HARRISON MEARL (E) (i): 24 votes
- AARON EHTYA (U) (i): 25 votes
- JOHN BRAYER (L) (i): 27 votes
- BRADFORD DURAND (L): 21 votes
- LEONARD MISSET (A) (i): 22 votes
- HOWARD COLESON (C) (i): 28 votes (unanimously elected)
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. This made Bradford Durand (Libertarian) the only candidate to fail to get a seat and resulted in the exact same composition of the Administrative Branch as there was in 2014-III in terms of distribution of party seats (3P, 1L, 1U, 1E, 1A, 1C) and in terms of who sat in such seats.
On December 19, in a race between Speaker Luke Cannon and Deputy Speaker John Brayer, the Administration elected Luke Cannon to continue as Speaker of the Administration for 2015-I and John Brayer to continue as Deputy Speaker.