Mykolaiv region governor Kruhlov wins Rada repeat elections at constituency No. 132 with all ballots counted
With 100% of the ballots of precinct election commissions counted, self-nominee Mykola Kruhlov, who currently heads Mykolaiv Regional State Administration, won the repeat parliamentary elections in Ukraine at constituency No. 132.
According to the figures published on the Web site of the Central Election Commission, he received 47.85% of the vote, whereas his closest rival – leader of the Seliansky Front public organization Arkadiy Kornatsky, who was nominated by the Batkivschyna all-Ukrainian Union, scored 45.43% of the vote.
Communist Anatoliy Romaniuk was supported by 3.1% of the voters, the other eight candidates each got less than 1% of the vote.
The center of single-seat constituency No. 132 is the city of Pervomaisk, Mykolaiv region.
The ballots are still being counted at the other four constituencies where repeat parliamentary elections took place on December 15. From 76.3% to 97.6% election ballots have been counted there.