The Civic Coalition won 34.08 percent of the votes and Law and Justice 32.32 percent in the primary elections organized for the third time by the Wieruszów commune (Łódź Voivodeship). The city is called “Poland in a nutshell”. The turnout was 19.27 percent.
As the authorities of the Wieruszów commune announced on Sunday evening, the primary elections were won by the Civic Coalition, which won 34.08 percent of the votes, followed by Law and Justice – 32.32 percent. Third place was taken by Trzecia Droga – 11.94 percent, followed by: Confederation – 6.64 percent of the votes, the Left – 6.35 percent, and the Nonpartisan Local Government Association – 3.51 percent. The least votes were won by the Prosperity and Peace Movement – 0.76 percent and the Entrepreneurs’ Strike – 0.33 percent.
The turnout was 19.27 percent and 11,184 people were eligible to vote. Here are the rest of the data:
number of ballots issued – 2 thousand. 155 number of cards drawn from the ballot box – 2 thousand. 150 number of valid votes cast – 2 thousand. 110 number of invalid votes – 40
Wieruszów has approximately 14,000 inhabitants. The primaries were organized here for the third time – previously in 2019 and in 1997. – We have strong legitimacy to call ourselves Poland in a nutshell, because the local results almost always coincide with the national ones – says Rafał Przybył, mayor of Wieruszów.
The inhabitants of Wieruszów voted from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. They supported individual parties, not specific politicians. There was no electoral silence.
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