In summary, this section states that a faction is a group of citizens with common goals who run for seats in the Representative Assembly (RA) based on their general philosophy and future goals for the city. No citizen is required to be part of a faction and cannot be a member of more than one faction at the same time. Factions must have at least enough members to fill one half of the representative seats in the Representative Assembly. For example, if the Representative Assembly has seven available seats, a faction must have at least three members.
- United Conservative Front (UCF)
- Costume Party (CP)
- Second Project Party (SPP)
The Neualtenburg Representative Assembly Vote The Representative Assembly vote is comprised of two separate votes. The first vote ranks individual members within a given faction and the second vote determines how many seats each faction will receive in the Representative Assembly. The highest-ranking members of a faction from the first vote are awarded seats earned by factions in the second vote.
Representative seats are chosen by means of the Sainte-Laguë method using scores generated by Borda-count ranked votes cast by citizens. The number of representative seats in the RA is equal to 10% of the population or seven whichever is greater. Each faction controls their seats and may replace members or fill seats due to vacancies as they see fit. Each seat receives a single vote.
Every election cycle the AC leader or guild master is chosen from the pool of masters. Votes of the masters are weighted by the size of their workshop. A vote using scores generated by Borda-count ranked votes are employed.
The Dean of the Scientific Council is elected by a simple majority vote of all members.