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Nizhniy Novgorod incumbent mayor Vadim Bulavinov is leading at the city mayoral election
After 70 percent of votes have been counted he got 77.32 percent of votes and is now beyond the reach for his rivals. It is noteworthy that 9.28 percent of voters cast votes against all. Communist candidate Nikolai Ryabov got only 7.27 percent of votes, LDPR candidate Alexander Kurdyumov got a little bit more than two percent and self-nominee Nikolai Klyuiko got 1.38 percent. More than 36.2 percent of voters put on the list for voting participated in the voting, a source in the Nizhniy Novgorod election committee told Itar-Tass. According to chairman of the regional election committee Stanislav Bisin, the current situation will hardly change. The Nizhniy Novgorod incumbent mayor wins with a very big margin that his rivals cannot narrow. The winner will emerge in the first round, and this is a big success of the current election campaign in Nizhniy Novgorod. Contrary to the previous election in 2002, the current mayoral election is held without scandals and dirty technologies, calmly and in a business environment. “It is possible to say that this is the most exemplary election in Nizhniy Novgorod in the recent years,” the chairman of the regional election committee pointed out.
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