2004 Civic Democratic Party leadership election

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  2002 4 December 2004 2006  
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Candidate Mirek Topolánek
Electoral vote347
Percentage90.5%

Leader of ODS before election

Mirek Topolánek

Elected Leader of ODS

Mirek Topolánek

A leadership election was held in the Civic Democratic Party (ODS) in the Czech Republic on 4 December 2004. The incumbent leader Mirek Topolánek ran unopposed and his victory was expected. [1] Topolánek received votes from 354 of the 391 party delegates. [2] [3]

Results

CandidateVotes%
Mirek Topolánek 35490.54
Against379.46
Total391100

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