Leblanc was elected Prime Minister on Day 1263 of the New World in one of the closest, and most controversial elections in Canadian history. While making several notable flubs and errors on the campaign trail, the Canadian electorate responded well to Leblanc's campaign message of growth, positivity, and change. Pundits also attributed Leblanc's victory to a split of his opposition, unable to successfully coalesce behind a single candidate.
|Political Party||Candidate||Votes||% votes|
|Democratic Action League||Kazuo Leblanc||244||33%|
|Military Dictatorship Party||Muglack||223||30%|
|Ministry of Opportunity||Cypher Rahl||147||20%|
|Canadian Paradox Party||Killacrazy||85||11%|
|Canadian Progressive Front||aeriala||39||5%|
Return to Private Life
Prime Minister Leblanc returned to private life following his term in office. He created the Canbarometer polling group to assess public opinion in Canada, and the Memory of the New World Project to help protect valuable historical articles from being forgotten by time.