|Functions|| 2010 MOTC|
Governor of Seven
|Member of the Congress|
|Term|| 2010 Congress|
February 1, 2010 - January 31, 2011
|Election||Mid-term Elections, 2010|
|Election outcome||18% (third)|
|Governor of Seven|
|Term||October 20, 2010 - April 19, 2011|
|Election||State Elections, Fall 2010|
|Election outcome||63.54% in Seven|
Jon Johnson is a Lovian socialist politician and 2010 Member of the Congress for the Communist Party of Lovia (neo-marxist), elected in the 2010 midterms. He was the 2010 Secretary of Industry, Agriculture and Trade and a member of the Royal Educational Aims Council. Johnson is known as the author of the six-point voting system, which Prime Minister Yuri Medvedev proposed to Congress, and which was eventually approved as the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution.
Johnson was elected as Governor of Seven for a single term in the State Elections, 2010. He retained his seat as MOTC in the both the January 2011 and the June 2011 elections, but lost it in 2012 when the CPL.nm experienced a dramatic fall in popularity. Johnson is known as the producer and owner of the Cardinale brand.
In late 2014, Johnson was elected chairman of the CPL.nm, professing a strong desire for a return to relevance for the party. He organized a vigorous campaign for the 2015 federal elections, resulting in the party winning 4 seats, its highest number since 2011. He later stepped down, being elected deputy leader in the following leadership election, and succeeded by Victoria Chan as leader.