All 61,950 seats in the municipal councils
Municipal elections were held in the Czech Republic on 5 and 6 October 2018, alongside elections for the Senate.
|Civic Democratic Party||14,755,188||13.22||4.0||2,590||4.2||194|
|Czech Pirate Party||9,224,434||8.26||6.7||353||0.6||324|
|Czech Social Democratic Party||5,941,863||5.32||7.3||1,937||3.1||1,859|
|Mayors and Independents||5,716,669||5.12||2.1||2,750||4.4||433|
|Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party||5,599,336||5.02||1.4||3,633||5.9||366|
|Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia||5,459,106||4.89||3.0||1,473||2.4||1,087|
|Freedom and Direct Democracy||3,612,359||3.24||new||158||0.3||158|
|Health Sport Prosperity||411,509||0.37||0.1||65||0.1||24|
|Freeholder Party of the Czech Republic||335,314||0.30||0.3||59||0.1||44|
|SNK European Democrats||285,799||0.26||0.4||232||0.4||151|
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