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Hungarian local elections, 2010 took place on 3 October 2010 to elect mayors and the composition of municipal bodies of Hungary's 3,176 settlements. Voters also elected the total of 424 members of the county assemblies and the General Assembly of Hungary, besides 16,914 local government representatives.
Composition of the 34 seats in the General Assembly
|Fidesz||17 seats + Mayor of Budapest (51.5%)|
|MSZP||10 seats (30.3%)|
|LMP||3 seats (9.1%)|
|Jobbik||3 seats (9.1%)|
|Cities||Incumbent mayor||Party||Elected mayor||Party|
|District I||Gábor Tamás Nagy||Fidesz||Gábor Tamás Nagy||Fidesz|
|District II||Zsolt Láng||Fidesz||Zsolt Láng||Fidesz|
|District III||Balázs Bús||Fidesz||Balázs Bús||Fidesz|
|District IV||Tamás Derce||Ind.||Zsolt Wintermantel||Fidesz|
|District V||Antal Rogán||Fidesz||Antal Rogán||Fidesz|
|District VI||István Verók||MSZP||Zsófia Hassay||Fidesz|
|District VII||György Hunvald||MSZP||Zsolt Vattamány||Fidesz|
|District VIII||Máté Kocsis||Fidesz||Máté Kocsis||Fidesz|
|District IX||Ferenc Gegesy||SZDSZ||János Bácskai||Fidesz|
|District X||Lajos Verbai||MSZP||Róbert Kovács||Fidesz|
|District XI||Gyula Molnár||MSZP||Tamás Hoffmann||Fidesz|
|District XII||Zoltán Pokorni||Fidesz||Zoltán Pokorni||Fidesz|
|District XIII||József Tóth||MSZP||József Tóth||MSZP|
|District XIV||Leonárd Weinek||SZDSZ||Ferenc Papcsák||Fidesz|
|District XV||László Hajdu||MSZP||Tamás László||Fidesz|
|District XVI||Péter Kovács||Fidesz||Péter Kovács||Fidesz|
|District XVII||Levente Riz||Fidesz||Levente Riz||Fidesz|
|District XVIII||László Mester||MSZP||Attila Ughy||Fidesz|
|District XIX||Péter Gajda||MSZP||Péter Gajda||MSZP|
|District XX||Ákos Szabados||MSZP||Ákos Szabados||MSZP|
|District XXI||Mihály Tóth||MSZP||Szilárd Németh||Fidesz|
|District XXII||Attila Szabolcs||Fidesz||Attila Szabolcs||Fidesz|
|District XXIII||Fereng Geiger||Ind.||Ferenc Geiger||Ind.|
|Cities||Incumbent mayor||Party||Elected mayor||Party|
|Békéscsaba||Gyula Vantara||Fidesz||Gyula Vantara||Fidesz|
|Debrecen||Lajos Kósa||Fidesz||Lajos Kósa||Fidesz|
|Dunaújváros||András Kálmán||MSZP||Gábor Cserna||Fidesz|
|Eger||László Habis||Fidesz||László Habis||Fidesz|
|Érd||András T. Mészáros||Fidesz||András T. Mészáros||Fidesz|
|Győr||Zsolt Borkai||Fidesz||Zsolt Borkai||Fidesz|
|Hódmezővásárhely||János Lázár||Fidesz||János Lázár||Fidesz|
|Kaposvár||Károly Szita||Fidesz||Károly Szita||Fidesz|
|Kecskemét||Gábor Zombor||Fidesz||Gábor Zombor||Fidesz|
|Miskolc||Sándor Káli||MSZP||Ákos Kriza||Fidesz|
|Nagykanizsa||István Marton||Ind.||Péter Cseresnyés||Fidesz|
|Nyíregyháza||Judit Csabai||MSZP||Ferenc Kovács||Fidesz|
|Pécs||Zsolt Páva||Fidesz||Zsolt Páva||Fidesz|
|Salgótarján||Melinda Széky-Sztrémi||Fidesz||Melinda Széky-Sztrémi||Fidesz|
|Sopron||Tamás Fodor||Fidesz||Tamás Fodor||Fidesz|
|Szeged||László Botka||MSZP||László Botka||MSZP|
|Székesfehérvár||Tibor Viniczai||MDF||András Cser-Palkovics||Fidesz|
|Szekszárd||Imre Antal Kocsis||SZDSZ||István Horváth||Fidesz|
|Szolnok||Ferenc Szalay||Fidesz||Ferenc Szalay||Fidesz|
|Szombathely||György Ipkovich||MSZP||Tivadar Puskás||Fidesz|
|Tatabánya||János Bencsik||Fidesz||Csaba Schmidt||Fidesz|
|Veszprém||János Debreczenyi||Fidesz||Gyula Porga||Fidesz|
|Zalaegerszeg||Endre Gyimesi||Fidesz||Csaba Gyutai||Fidesz|
|Bold - Majority in assembly|
|Gained seats in county assemblies|
|Number of seats||19||24||18||30||20||21||21||25||15||20||15||15||43||16||26||15||15||18||15||391|
|#.||List|| BAR || BKK || BÉK || BAZ || CSO || FEJ || GYS || HJB || HEV || JNS || KME || NÓG || PES || SOM || SZB || TOL || VAS || VES || ZAL ||∑|
|Somogyért||3||2||Unity for SzSzB||8|
|1||People of Baranya||1||FETE||Solidarity||1|
|Source: National Election Office|
|LMP||2||0.51%||2||0||0||0||1||1||Baranya and Bács-Kiskun Counties|
|Unity for SzSzB||2||0.51%||1||0||0||0||1||0||Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County|
|People of Baranya||1||0.26%||1||0||0||0||1||0||Baranya County|
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