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The current governors win the election of the heads of regions of Russia


All current leaders of the regions, as well as temporarily acting heads of subjects who participated in the elections on a single voting day, win by preliminary results.

This is evidenced by data published by the Central Election Commission.

Thus, according to the results of processing more than 99% of the protocols, the current heads of regions win the elections: Andrei Bocharov in the Volgograd region (76.81%), Oleg Kuvshinnikov in the Vologda region (60.79%) and Vladimir Vladimirov in the Stavropol Territory (79.65% )

The provisional candidates also win the elections in the regions: self-nominees Alexander Beglov in St. Petersburg (processed 97.13% of the protocols - 64.57% of the vote), Igor Babushkin in the Astrakhan region (99.83% - 75.64%), Valery Limarenko in the Sakhalin Region (99.78% - 56.15%), Alexey Teksler in the Chelyabinsk Region (99.91% - 69.31%), Alexander Osipov in the Trans-Baikal Territory (99.89% - 89.61%).

Also, the provisional governor of the Lipetsk region, Igor Artamonov, wins the election of the head of the region (99.89% of the protocols processed, 67.29% of the votes), the acting head of the Kursk region Roman Starovoit wins with 81.07% of the votes (after processing 99.91% of the protocols) , acting governor of the Kurgan region Vadim Shumkov wins, gaining 80.86% after processing 99.90% of the protocols.

Denis Pasler also won in the Orenburg region - 65.94% of the vote, Andrei Chibis in the Murmansk region (60.07%), Radiy Khabirov in Bashkortostan (82.02%), Oleg Khorokhordin in the Altai Territory (58.82%) and Batu Khasikov in Kalmykia (82.86%).

Earlier, the chairman of United Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, said the party was satisfied with the election results.

As noted in United Russia, the election confirmed that the party has a "nuclear electorate" that produces results.

Source: russiart

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