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Jebstenian United Party
接步州联合党
Jiēbù Zhōu Liánhédǎng
ジエブステン州連合党
Jiebusuten Shū Rengōtō
Leader Dave Herijanto
Deputy Leader Ngui Lin Van
Founded 8 August 1991
Ideology Social democracy
Civic nationalism
Social liberalism
Political position Centre-left
Colour      Green
Legislative Assembly
34 / 75
House of Representatives (JS)
10 / 21
Senate (JS)
3 / 12

The Jebstenian United Party (JUP, colloquially the JS Nats or Jeb Nats) is the Jebstenian division of the centre-left National United Party. The party is one of the three major political parties in Wintaro, along with the Jebstenian Conservative Party and the Liberal Party of Jebsten.

The party has won 13 of the 27 state elections and has governed Jebsten for 39 of the 82 years since its formation, more than any other party. The United Party has formed the state government of Jebsten for five periods (2001–2004, 2010–2025, 2040–2049, 2052–2055, 2064–present).

Party leaders

1. Jim Lavine (1991–1992)
2. Ryan Burke (1992–1998)
3. Fred Waters (1998–2004)
4. Simon Hills (2004–2005)
(2) Ryan Burke (2005–2007)
5. Karl Hinhoff (2007–2021)
6. Jason Dihaya (2021–2025)
7. Jenny Lee (2025–2030)
8. Bill Hooker (2030–2038)
9. Tim Fischer (2038–2050)
10. Jean Wu (2050–2055)
11. Kelly Chechaski (2055–2056)
(10) Jean Wu (2056–2058)
12. Barry Farnell (2058–2064)
13. Kelly Kirkby (2064–2069)
14. Dave Herijanto (2069–present)

State election results

Election Seats won ± Position Government Leader
1992
1 / 32
Increase2 1 Increase2 5th Opposition Jim Lavine
1995
2 / 32
Increase2 1 Increase2 4th Opposition Ryan Burke
1998
5 / 35
Increase2 3 Increase2 3rd Opposition Ryan Burke
2001
10 / 35
Increase2 5 Increase2 2nd Minority
government
Fred Waters
2004
6 / 35
Decrease2 4 Decrease2 3rd Opposition Fred Waters
2007
7 / 35
Increase2 1 Steady2 3rd Confidence
and supply
Ryan Burke
2010
15 / 35
Increase2 8 Increase2 1st Minority
government
Karl Hinhoff
2013
19 / 35
Increase2 4 Steady2 1st Majority
government
Karl Hinhoff
2016
20 / 35
Increase2 1 Steady2 1st Majority
government
Karl Hinhoff
2019
17 / 35
Decrease2 3 Steady2 1st Minority
government
Karl Hinhoff
2022
14 / 35
Decrease2 3 Steady2 1st Minority
government
Jason Dihaya
2025
10 / 45
Decrease2 4 Decrease2 3rd Confidence
and supply
Jason Dihaya
2028
8 / 45
Decrease2 2 Steady2 3rd Confidence
and supply
Jenny Lee
2031
5 / 53
Decrease2 3 Steady2 3rd Opposition Bill Hooker
2034
18 / 53
Increase2 13 Increase2 2nd Official
Opposition
Bill Hooker
2037
20 / 53
Increase2 2 Steady2 2nd Official
Opposition
Bill Hooker
2040
30 / 62
Increase2 10 Increase2 1st Minority
government
Tim Fischer
2043
37 / 62
Increase2 7 Increase2 1st Majority
government
Tim Fischer
2046
33 / 62
Decrease2 4 Increase2 1st Majority
government
Tim Fischer
2049
20 / 62
Decrease2 13 Decrease2 2nd Official
Opposition
Tim Fischer
2052
35 / 62
Increase2 15 Increase2 1st Majority
government
Jean Wu
2055
16 / 62
Decrease2 19 Decrease2 3rd Confidence
and supply
Jean Wu
2058
7 / 62
Decrease2 9 Steady2 3rd Opposition Jean Wu
2061
11 / 62
Increase2 4 Steady2 3rd Opposition Barry Farnell
2064
35 / 62
Increase2 24 Increase2 1st Majority
government
Kelly Kirkby
2067
38 / 75
Increase2 3 Steady2 1st Majority
government
Kelly Kirkby
2070
34 / 75
Decrease2 4 Steady2 1st Minority
government
Dave Herijanto

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