Saturday, January 7, 2017. MIP UMY participated in seminars and dissemination research: incumbency in politics electoral regional election simultaneously in Indonesia at postgraduate building, on 4th floor, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. In this occasion, Tunjung Sulaksono and David Effendi as the research team describes incumbency of the elections. The term of the incumbent only we find in democratic countries, where electoral mechanism put in place at the various levels of Government both Executive and legislative branches, ranging from Central, provincial, regency/city to the village. In the seminar, its also explained the fact the candidate or party incumbent has the aspect to face elections in three hypotheses. First if there is no State of a massif that relate directly to the candidate or the party voters, the majority of Poles would re-elect incumbent. Second, if the place of death is the ruling the longest ruling elite, voters will support the non-place of death in an effort to seek changes. Third, if the patronage and clientelism does not work, then the majority of voters will re-elect incumbent.