7 seats to the European Parliament
The European Parliament election of 2009 in Slovenia was the election of the delegation from Slovenia to the European Parliament in 2009.
|Christian Socialists of Slovenia (KSS)||Maruša Benkič||Nedeljo Dabič||Gabrijela Čevnik||Valentina Stopar||Srečko Prislan||Nina Plahutnik Suhadolnik||Andrej Magajna|
|Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (DeSUS)||Karl Erjavec||Marija Gjerkeš Dugonik||Drago Mirošič||Andrejka Majhen||Joško Godec||Silva Savšek||Avgust Heričko|
|Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS)||Jelko Kacin||Mirjam Muženič||Slavko Ziherl||Sonja Kralj Bervar||Borut Cink||Darja Mohorič||Aleš Gulič|
|New Slovenia (NSi)||Lojze Peterle||Ljudmila Novak||Mojca Kucler Dolinar||Anton Kokalj||Alenka Šverc||Klemen Žumer||Ksenija Kraševec|
|Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS)||Milan Zver||Romana Jordan Cizelj||Zofija Mazej Kukovič||Dragutin Mate||Mirko Zamernik||Katja Koren Miklavec||Anže Logar|
|Slovenian National Party (SNS)||Sergej Čas||Barbara Jerman||Nina Mavrin||Donja Hudoklin||Aleš Bandur||Janja Čas||Matej Ivanuša|
|Slovenian People's Party (SLS)||Ivan Žagar||Marta Ciraj||Marjan Senjur||Nada Skuk||Ciril Smrkolj||Marija Ribič||Janez Podobnik|
|Social Democrats (SD)||Zoran Thaler||Tanja Fajon||Andrej Horvat||Mojca Kleva||Lev Kreft||Karmen Pahor||Andreja Katič|
|United Greens||Vlado Čuš||Lucija Mozetič||Mihael Jarc||Teja Dumenčić||Franc Černagoj||Tomaž Ogrin||Tamara Galun|
|Youth Party of Slovenia (SMS)||Darko Krajnc||Nataša Lorber||Katja Grabnar||Idris Fadul||Peter Janeš||Maja Kovač||Miha Jazbinšek|
|Zares||Ivo Vajgl||Felicita Medved||Roman Jakič||Bernarda Jeklin||Peter Česnik||Cveta Zalokar||Matej Lahovnik|
|Independent List for the Rights of Patients||Marko Šidjanin||Tadeja Cankar Davanzo||Andraž Košir||Tina Jakopin|
|Mediana||11–13 May||19.5% (2)||17.4% (2)||12.7% (1)||11.7% (1)||10.2% (1)||8.6%||3.4%||1.3%||2.2%||N/A|
|Delo||12–14 May||21% (2)||16% (2)||12% (1)||5.5%||10% (1)||11% (1)||4%||4%||N/A||4%|
|Delo||21–22 May||20% (2)||15% (1)||9% (1)||9% (1)||10% (1)||11% (1)||2%||2%||N/A||2%|
|Zurnal||28 May||28% (3)||24% (2)||7%||6%||10% (1)||12% (1)||4%||4%||N/A||N/A|
|Delo||27–28 May||22% (2)||16% (2)||8% (1)||7%||9% (1)||13% (1)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Mediana||25–27 May||20.6% (2)||15.9% (1)||8.3% (1)||11.1% (1)||11.3% (1)||8%||3.4%||1.9%||1.2%||0.4%|
|Slovenian Democratic Party||123,563||26.66||2||0||3||+1|
|Liberal Democracy of Slovenia||53,212||11.48||1||–1||1||0|
|Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia||33,292||7.18||0||0||0||0|
|Slovenian People's Party||16,601||3.58||0||0||0||0|
|Slovenian National Party||13,227||2.85||0||0||0||0|
|Youth Party – European Greens||9,093||1.96||0||0||0||0|
|Independent List for the Rights of Patients||2,064||0.45||0||New||0||0|
|Christian Socialists of Slovenia||1,527||0.33||0||New||0||0|
|Source: DVK, DVK|
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