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Unseating is a political term which refers to a legislator who loses their seat in an election. An legislator who is unseated loses the right to sit in a legislative chamber. A landslide victory would result in many legislators being unseated.

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United Kingdom

Unseating influential Members of Parliament is a goal of opposition parties. MPs representing marginal constituencies are usually at higher risk of being unseated. At the 2015 general election, Ed Balls and Simon Hughes were unseated in political upsets.[1]

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United States

When an incumbent Member of Congress runs for re-election they may be unseated in the general election. This is more likely if the politician represents a swing state or swing district.

References

  1. ^ "Unseating a political giant". BBC News. Retrieved 2021-10-22.

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