Konotop. City Council elections 25 October 2020

Election date: 25 October 2020
Election region: Konotop
Election type: City Council elections
Number of Council Seats: 38
Registered parties: 17
Total candidates on the lists: 492
Number of voters: 60 531
Total voted FOR: 18 260
Turnout: -
Processed Protocols: 100,00 %

Election results

Registered party Votes FOR (%)
1
22,37%
4 085
 
Number of candidates: 29
Total mandates: 11
2
16,79%
3 066
 
Number of candidates: 38
Total mandates: 8
3
11,63%
2 124
 
Number of candidates: 38
Total mandates: 6
4
9,72%
1 774
 
Number of candidates: 38
Total mandates: 5
5
7,46%
1 363
 
Number of candidates: 25
Total mandates: 4
6
6,73%
1 228
 
Number of candidates: 38
Total mandates: 4
7
4,92%
899
 
Number of candidates: 32
8
4,74%
866
 
Number of candidates: 28
9
3,32%
607
 
Number of candidates: 21
10
2,96%
540
 
Number of candidates: 28
11
1,88%
344
 
Number of candidates: 21
12
1,86%
339
 
Number of candidates: 30
13
1,75%
320
 
Number of candidates: 22
14
1,28%
233
 
Number of candidates: 38
15
1,11%
203
 
Number of candidates: 21
16
Ukrainian party
0,89%
162
 
Number of candidates: 24
17
0,59%
107
 
Number of candidates: 21

Representation of parties on the council based on the election results

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