Local elections 17 January 2021

Elections in Brovary, Boryspil and Novgorod-Seversky

Results and candidates
During election campaign, the Commission forms the composition of the election participants, and on the night after the voting day 17 January 2021, final protocols begin to arrive from the polling stations. Ukrainian regional elections ends within 15 days after voting day with the establishment of official results. On this page, we present a list of candidates, as well as intermediate and final results of voting in real time.
Election date: 17 January 2021
Number of election participants: 49
Number of voters: 176 727

Mayoral elections

City Candidates Voters Turnout Voted
Brovary 9 92 903 43,02 40 362
Boryspil 16 63 742 30,15 19 127
Novhorod-Siverskyi 7 20 082 41,48 8 232

City Council elections

City Council seats Parties Candidates Voters Turnout Voted
Brovary 38 16 514 92 903 43,02 37 277
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