2014 Czech Senate election

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2014 Czech Senate election
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  2012 10–11 October 2014 (first round)
17–18 October 2014 (second round)
2016  
 First partySecond partyThird party
  B Sobotka 2015 Praha.JPG A Babis Praha 2015.JPG Belobradek (cropped).jpg
Leader Bohuslav Sobotka Andrej Babiš Pavel Bělobrádek
Party ČSSD ANO KDU–ČSL
Seats won1044
1st round226,239
22.0%
180,136
17.5%
84,328
8.2%
2nd round165,629
34.9%
71,739
15.1%
77,103
16.3%

 Fourth party
 
Leader Petr Fiala
Party ODS
Seats won2
1st round118,268
11.5%
2nd round53,149
11.2%

Senate elections were held in the Czech Republic on 10–11 October 2014, with a second round on 17–18 October 2014. [1] One-third of Senate seats (27 out of 81) were elected, [1] along with approximately 62,300 local council seats. [2] The election date was announced by the President Miloš Zeman in June, 2014. [3]

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Results

Map of senate constituencies of the Czech Republic. The 2014 election were held in the constituencies Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54, 57, 60, 63, 66, 69, 72, 75, 78 and 81 Senatni volebni obvody.svg
Map of senate constituencies of the Czech Republic. The 2014 election were held in the constituencies Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54, 57, 60, 63, 66, 69, 72, 75, 78 and 81
PartyFirst roundSecond roundSeats
Votes%Votes%WonTotal+/–
Czech Social Democratic Party 226,23922.04165,62934.9510-13
ANO 2011 180,13617.5571,73915.144+4
Civic Democratic Party 110,48510.7644,2649.341-2
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia 99,9739.740-1
TOP+STAN 87,1438.4930,4766.430
Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party 84,3288.2177,10316.274+4
KDU-CSLGreen Party 34,7653.3932,8546.933+3
Party of Civic Rights 22,0802.1511,9712.531+1
Mayors and Independents 15,5761.5211,0992.341+1
Party of Free Citizens 14,5081.410
Freeholder Party of the Czech Republic 14,0711.3711,6602.461+1
Dawn of Direct Democracy 13,3311.300New
Republika9,1070.890New
Civic Democratic PartyKC 7,7830.768,8851.871+1
KDU-CSL–Z217,7040.750
Green Party 6,6700.650
Mayors for Liberec Region 6,6330.658,2461.741+1
KDUSZ–HNHR–B105,7790.560
Czech Pirate Party 5,4540.530
TOP 09 4,9940.490
Ostravak4,6050.450
NEZAVISLI4,3900.430
Czech Pirate PartyGreen Party 4,2310.410
Mayors for Citizens4,0800.400
City for You3,9450.380
Our City F-M3,3560.330
NEZAVISLI/Democrats3,2670.320
Club of Committed Non-Party Members 2,7380.270
Dawn of Direct Democracy–Hora 20142,3870.230
O.K. strana2,2700.220
KOZY2,1860.210
Tories1,9170.190
HDP1,7420.170
United Democrats–Association of Independents1,5340.150
No Brussels1,4760.140
DOMOV1,1720.110
For Sport and Health1,1040.110
Conservative Alliance 20141,0550.100
VIZE 2014 8190.080
Ostrava Forum7790.080
APPlzen.cz7020.070
ANEO6390.060
SVAZ5640.050
SNK European Democrats 5600.050
MDS–ZH5080.050
Rozumni4740.050
DOMA4590.040
OCR4570.040
MoravanéLEV 21 4500.040
ABS3470.030
SP2490.020
CS1660.020
Independents15,2281.4800
Invalid/blank votes53,9332,176
Total1,080,548100476,1021002781
Registered voters/turnout2,853,10637.87
Source: Volby.cz

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