September 2021 FSA Council temporary spot election

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September 2021 FSA Council temporary spot election
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Candidate Cyberblue Adam Hegazy Pollball
Party Conservative Party Conservative Party Conservative Party
Percentage 90.9% 4.5% 4.5%

Final results of the election

Council member before election

Conservative Party

Elected Council member

Conservative Party

The September 2021 FSA Council temporary spot election occurred on September 19th, 2021. The three candidates running in this election were the incumbent Cyberblue, Adam Hegazy, and Pollball. All three of the candidates are running under the Conservative Party. TheNixMin attempted to run under the Liberal Party but was declined by Sossie from running due to past controversies. Cyberblue came out on top in the election with 90.9% of the vote, with both Adam Hegazy and Pollball trailing behind with 4.5% of the vote each.


On election day, campaigning consisted of spam pings done by both sides and telling people to vote for a candidate they like.


List of council endorsements
Council member Endorsement
Konnor88 Cyberblue
United World Cyberblue
Isaac Cyberblue
NTVMB Cyberblue
Oleg Cyberblue
Giggity Cyberblue
Sossie Cyberblue


Most TMAFE members were predicting that Cyberblue may hold his council seat due to his popularity and incumbency advantage. Unlike the last election, there was no polling through this cycle due to it largely expected to be in Cyberblue's favor considering it was not an open seat that anyone can pickup.

Date Ranking
September 18th, 2021 Safe Conservative


September 2021 FSA Council temporary spot election
Party Candidate % ±%
Conservative Cyberblue (incumbent) 90.90% +23.90%
Conservative Adam Hegazy 4.55% -15.45%
Conservative Pollball 4.55% -2.20%
Total 100.00%
Conservative hold


  • This was the first council election ever that has had Iluy95studios not run excluding when he got term limited in February 2020.
  • Pollball had decided to switch parties after his loss in the August 2021 FSA Council temporary spot election.