Senate elections were held in the Czech Republic on 10–11 October 2014, with a second round on 17–18 October 2014.One-third of Senate seats (27 out of 81) were elected, along with approximately 62,300 local council seats. The election date was announced by the President Miloš Zeman in June, 2014.
|Party||First round||Second round||Seats|
|Czech Social Democratic Party||226,239||22.04||165,629||34.95||10||-13|
|Civic Democratic Party||110,485||10.76||44,264||9.34||1||-2|
|Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia||99,973||9.74||–||–||0||-1|
|Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party||84,328||8.21||77,103||16.27||4||+4|
|Party of Civic Rights||22,080||2.15||11,971||2.53||1||+1|
|Mayors and Independents||15,576||1.52||11,099||2.34||1||+1|
|Party of Free Citizens||14,508||1.41||–||–||0|
|Freeholder Party of the Czech Republic||14,071||1.37||11,660||2.46||1||+1|
|Dawn of Direct Democracy||13,331||1.30||–||–||0||New|
|Civic Democratic Party–KC||7,783||0.76||8,885||1.87||1||+1|
|Mayors for Liberec Region||6,633||0.65||8,246||1.74||1||+1|
|Czech Pirate Party||5,454||0.53||–||–||0|
|Czech Pirate Party–Green Party||4,231||0.41||–||–||0|
|Mayors for Citizens||4,080||0.40||–||–||0|
|City for You||3,945||0.38||–||–||0|
|Our City F-M||3,356||0.33||–||–||0|
|Club of Committed Non-Party Members||2,738||0.27||–||–||0|
|Dawn of Direct Democracy–Hora 2014||2,387||0.23||–||–||0|
|United Democrats–Association of Independents||1,534||0.15||–||–||0|
|For Sport and Health||1,104||0.11||–||–||0|
|Conservative Alliance 2014||1,055||0.10||–||–||0|
|SNK European Democrats||560||0.05||–||–||0|
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