The Central Election Commission of Russia approved the results of the by-elections of the State Duma deputies, writes TASS.
The elections were held on a single voting day on September 13 in four single-mandate constituencies: in the Republic of Tatarstan, Kursk, Yaroslavl and Penza regions.
Ella Pamfilova, Chairperson of the CEC of Russia, noted that the voting was held in accordance with Russian legislation, and its results fully reflect the will of the voters.
Meanwhile, according to her, at four polling stations in three constituent entities of the Russian Federation, the voting results were completely canceled. Among them, one site in the Krasnodar region and two sites in the Lipetsk region.
So, according to the final data, in the by-elections in Nizhnekamsk single-mandate constituency No. 28 in Tatarstan, the largest number of votes was received by the candidate from United Russia, Senator Oleg Morozov - 73.42% of voters voted for him. Aleksey Zolotarev, a candidate from United Russia, won in the Seimsky constituency No. 110 in the Kursk region. He got 60.08 percent of the vote.
The by-election in the Yaroslavl single-mandate constituency No. 194 in the Yaroslavl region was won by the Olympic ice hockey champion, United Russia candidate Andrei Kovalenko, who received 40.27% of the vote. In the Penza region in the Lermontov single-mandate constituency No. 147, the candidate from "Fair Russia", cosmonaut Alexander Samokutyaev won - he was supported by 60.38% of voters.
Recall that on September 13, a single voting day took place in 83 regions of Russia. As reported, the current governor of the Tambov region, Alexander Nikitin, won the elections for the head of the region. 79.30% of voters voted for him. In the Irkutsk Region, Acting Governor Igor Kobzev won with 60.79% of the vote.