In Russia, 11 current and interim governors of regions won the elections within the framework of a single voting day. This is reported by the CEC of Russia, reports RIA News”.
In Buryatia, the elections were won by the incumbent head of the region, Alexei Tsydenov, who won 86.23 percent of the vote.
In the Vladimir region, the leader was Acting Governor Alexander Avdeev with 83.68 percent of the vote.
In the Kaliningrad region, residents elected the current head of the region, Anton Alikhanov, as governor – he received 80.21 percent of the vote.
In Karelia, voters chose the incumbent governor Artur Parfenchikov – the politician won the election with 69.15 percent of the vote.
Andrei Nikitin was elected in the Novgorod region (77.03 percent of the vote).
In the Kirov region – Alexandra Sokolova (71.85).
In the Ryazan region – Pavel Malkov (84.55).
In the Sverdlovsk region – Evgenia Kuyvasheva (65.78).
In the Tambov region – Maxim Egorov (84.95).
In the Tomsk region became Vladimir Mazur (84.94).
In Udmurtia – Alexander Brechalov (64.37).
In the Yaroslavl region – Mikhail Evraev (82.31).
As part of a single voting day from September 9 to 11, elections of various levels were held in Russia, in total about 4.7 thousand election campaigns in 82 regions.
Direct voting should elect 14 governors, as well as deputies of six legislative assemblies of federal subjects and 12 city dumas of regional centers.