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Bila-Tserkva. Elections of mayor 25 October 2020

Election date: 25 October 2020
Election region: Bila-Tserkva
Election type: Mayoral elections
Number of candidates: 9
Number of voters: 155 666
Total voted FOR: 48 664
Turnout: -
Processed Protocols: 100,00 %

Election results

Registered candidate Votes FOR (%)
1
Dikiy Gennady Anatolyevich
57,58%
28 436
 
Registration date: 23.09.2020
Nominated: For the Future
Date of Birth: 31.03.1969
Place of Birth: Bila-Tserkva, Kiev oblast
2
Babenko Nikolai Viktorovich
25,17%
12 433
 
Registration date: 23.09.2020
Nominated: Bila Tserkva together
Date of Birth: 17.09.1980
Place of Birth: Kryvyi-Rih, Dnipropetrovsk oblast
3
Kirishun Dmitriy Vladimirovich
4,55%
2 247
 
Registration date: 23.09.2020
Date of Birth: 10.06.1985
Place of Birth: Bila-Tserkva, Kiev oblast
4
Denisenko Oleg Mikhailovich
3,33%
1 643
 
Registration date: 28.09.2020
Nominated: OPFL
Date of Birth: 27.06.1968
Place of Birth: Bila-Tserkva, Kiev oblast
5
Koshel Vadim Olegovych
3,05%
1 506
 
Registration date: 28.09.2020
Nominated: Freedom
Date of Birth: 21.10.1985
Place of Birth: Bila-Tserkva, Kiev oblast
6
Korol Andrei Petrovich
2,83%
1 396
 
Registration date: 23.09.2020
Nominated: Fatherland
Date of Birth: 15.02.1974
Place of Birth: Bila-Tserkva, Kiev oblast
7
Yaremenko Bohdan Viktorovich
1,04%
515
 
Registration date: 23.09.2020
Nominated: UDAR
Date of Birth: 11.01.1977
Place of Birth: Bila-Tserkva, Kiev oblast
8
Lavrus Pavel Anatolyevich
0,69%
339
 
Registration date: 28.09.2020
Date of Birth: 09.09.1987
9
Fredinskiy Denis Vladimirovich
0,30%
149
 
Registration date: 28.09.2020
Nominated: Together is Power
Date of Birth: 06.08.1984

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