Fidesz candidate won in Dunaújváros
Thursday, 07 July 2011 15:14
The candidate of Fidesz won the extraordinary local elections in Dunaújváros on Sunday. 1,036 voters out of 4,851 took part in the elections, representing a turnout rate of 21.35 per cent. There were six candidates running in the extraordinary elections in Dunaújváros.
The order of the runners after counting of the votes is as follows: László Sztankovics (Fidesz) 413 votes (39.86 per cent), Katalin Sáfrány (MSZP) 257 votes (24.8 per cent), Csaba Simon (Jobbik) 149 votes (14.38 per cent), László Pochner (independent) 92 votes (8.88 per cent), József Mudra (independent) 91 votes (8.78) per cent, Tamás Horváth (LMP) 34 votes (3.28 per cent). The local elections consist of one round, and the mandate goes to the mayoral candidate or local electoral candidate who gets the most votes.