The 1990 British Presidential Election was the first election to the Presidency of the British Republic. The election took place under a two-round system in which if no candidate won an outright majority in the first round, the two highest polling candidates would proceed to a run-off election in which the winner would be declared President.
|‹ 1990 1997 ›|
|British presidential election, 1990 Second Round|
|23rd May and 4th June 1990|
|Nominee||David Steel||Ian Anderson|
|Party||[[Social Liberal Party|Template:Social Liberal Party/meta/shortname]]||[[British Union of Fascists|Template:British Union of Fascists/meta/shortname]]|
Within the British Constitution the role of Presidential was largely ceremonial.
|Candidate||Party||Number of Votes||Percentage Of Votes||Second Round Votes||Second Round Percentage|
|David Steel||Social Liberal Party||8,057,323||24.9||18,304,193||57.8|
|Ian Anderson||British Union of Fascists||6,053,168||18.7||13,338,481||42.2|
|Michael Foot||Leftist Alliance||4,891,208||18.2|
|Michael Heseltine||Conservative Party||4,243,366||13.1|
|Roy Jenkins||Social Democrats||4,210,973||13.0|
|Arthur Scargill||Worker's Party||3,842,413||11.9|
|David Sutch||Monster Raving Loony Party||64,784||0.2|