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The first governor of 2020 has been uploaded to the Lab: Krasnodar Krai

The first governor of 2020 has been uploaded to the Lab: Krasnodar Krai
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The first governor of 2020 has been uploaded to the Lab: Krasnodar Krai

Despite the CEC's best efforts to close to the public the possibility of processing data from the 2020 Single Voting Day election. Parsings have been received. The first of those elected - the governor of Krasnodar Krai - is already in the Lab.

Begin collecting dossiers on this election.

Successful investigations!

For you, researchers:

The electoral data of all the elections from this article has been uploaded into the Lab . Now, you can see the elections with your own eyes™.
Electoral data of all the elections in this article is available in the Navigator for Elections and Datasets for download and independent analysis.
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Elections in the article

Russia, Unified Voting Day 2020

Official name:

Unified Voting Day 13 September 2020

Wikipedia article:

2020 Russian regional elections

Dataset Composition

The dataset contains complete election data for more than 1,000 districts.

The archive is divided into the following parts:

  • Data for the gubernatorial elections, for 21 September (file "Governors_results_21_Sep_2020_18_40.zip")
  • Data of byelections to the State Duma, for 21 September (file "byelections_Duma_results_21_Sep_2020_17_39.zip")
  • Data from  elections of regional parliaments, for 21 September (file "Reg_parliamens_results_21_Sep_2020_18_17_17.zip")
  • Election data for regional centres, as of 21 September (file "reg_centres_results_21_Sep_2020_17_24.zip")
  • Data on elections in "umnoe_results_21_Sep_202020_18_54.zip" for 21 September (file "umnoe_results_21_Sep_2020_18_54.zip")
  • Data on the movement (attachment/detachment) of voters, regional parliaments, as of 20 September (file "Reg_parliaments_voter_movement.xlsx")
  • Voter movement (attachment/detachment) data, gubernatorial elections, as of 20 September (file "Governors_voter_movement.xlsx")
Availability in the Lab

The following regional head elections are available for study in the Lab:

  • Bryansk Oblast, Governor
  • Jewish Autonomous Okrug, Governor
  • Irkutsk Oblast, Governor
  • Kaluga Oblast, Governor
  • Kamchatka Territory, Governor
  • Kostroma region, Governor
  • Krasnodar Territory, Governor
  • Leningrad Oblast, Governor
  • Penza Oblast, Governor
  • Permsky Krai, Governor
  • Republic of Komi, Head of the Republic
  • Rostov Oblast, Governor
  • Sevastopol, Governor
  • Smolensk Oblast, Governor
  • Tambov Oblast, Governor
  • Tatarstan, President
  • Chuvash Republic, Head

And also

Elections to the City Council of Magnitogorsk (Chelyabinsk Region)

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Verifications were carried out only for these elections. The results of the verification can be found in the individual election cards in the Navigator for all elections on the site, datasets in the repository and samples available in the Laboratory

Data report

Original data source:The CEC of Russia
URL of the source:www.vybory.izbirkom.ru/region/izbirkom
ParsingShpilkin
Verification of the dataset with the source:

Conciliation results: 

Since the dataset contains elections for more than a thousand districts, the verification with the original source was carried out only for the elections of regional heads. Minor discrepancies detected are related to the peculiarities of data presentation for digital precincts (for more details: in the cards of elections of regional heads).

These discrepancies were not significant.

Digital PECs were not included in Shpilkin's parsings in 2020.

The CEC, by introducing a captcha mechanism on its website, deliberately created obstacles to citizens reading and analysing election results. This, in turn, reduced the reliability of capturing published data using the Wayback Machine and similar servers due their inability to pass captchas.

in the Lab
Official title:

Election of the head of administration (governor) of Krasnodar Krai

Winner/leader:

Veniamin Kondratiev

Wikipedia article:

Выборы губернатора Краснодарского края (2020)

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.krasnodar.vybory.izbirkom.ru/region/region/krasnodar?action=show&root=1&tvd=22320002687250&vrn=22320002687246®ion=23&global=null&sub_region=99&prver=0&pronetvd=null&vibid=22320002687250&type=234
Data validation fileRussia_Krasnodar_region_Governor_2020.pdf
ParsingShpilkin
Dataset:Krasnodar Governor 2020.zip
Date of verification9/22/2020
Verification of the dataset with the source:

Reconciliation result: Discrepancy: 1 PEC (406 voters, 198 ballots).

Digital PECs were not included in Shpilkin's parsings in 2020.

The CEC, by introducing the captcha mechanism on its website, deliberately created obstacles for citizens to familiarize themselves with and analyze the election results. This, in turn, reduced the reliability of capturing published data using the Wayback Machine and similar servers.

in the Lab

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