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Russia, Chelyabinsk region, Magnitogorsk, City Council 2020

Russia, Chelyabinsk region, Magnitogorsk, City Council 2020

Election card

Briefly about the elections to the City Council  of Magnitogorsk (Chelyabinsk region, Russia) on 13.09.2020

Official title: Elections of deputies of the Magnitogorsk City Council of deputies of the sixth convocation

For you, researchers:

The data has been uploaded into the Lab .
You can see the elections with your own eyes™.
Electoral data is available for download and independent analysis.

Data report

Original data source:The CEC of Russia
URL of the source:www.chelyabinsk.vybory.izbirkom.ru/region/region/chelyabinsk?action=show&root=1&tvd=4744026287074&vrn=4744026287070®ion=74&global=&sub_region=74&prver=0&pronetvd=null&vibid=4744026287074&type=426
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Dataset:Magnitogorsk City Council 2020.zip
Date of verification10/4/2020
Verification of the dataset with the source:

The elections were held in 32 constituencies. Due to this, no reconciliation was carried out.

The CEC created a captcha to collect data and analyse the data using captcha.

Accuracy of captcha.

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Articles about the election

Magnitogorsk City Council - unconventional analysis and an amazing flag

At the request of one of the losing candidates, we uploaded a multi-mandate election. For this purpose we had to conditionally bring 32 districts to one "single district": candidates were grouped by the political party that nominated them. Self-nominated candidates fell into one conditional "party". Only in one district there were two self-nominees.  You can already...
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