555 seats to provincial assemblies, 6,244 seats to county councils, 32,173 seats to commune councils, and 3,162 local government heads
The 2018 Polish local elections were held on October 21 for all 16 provincial (voivodeship, województwo) assemblies, 380 county (powiat) councils, and 2477 commune (gmina) councils. There were also direct elections for commune heads (mayors and city presidents), with a second, run-off round for these offices on November 4.
The local elections were a victory of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS), though the opposition Civic Coalition (KO) maintained control of the majority of cities, including the capital Warsaw. 2023 Polish local elections
|Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, PiS)||34.13||7.25|
254 / 552
|Civic Coalition (Koalicja Obywatelska, KO)||26.97||0.68|
194 / 552
|Polish People's Party (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, PSL)||12.07||11.81|
70 / 552
|Democratic Left Alliance (Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej, SLD)||6.62||2.17|
11 / 552
|Kukiz'15 (Kukiz'15, K'15)||5.63||New|
0 / 552
|Nonpartisan local government activists (Bezpartyjni Samorządowcy, BS)||5.28||4.43|
15 / 552
|PiS||KO||PSL||SLD||Kukiz’15||BS||Liberty||Razem||RN||The Greens||Regional minorities||Other|
|Election committee||% votes||Number of seat|
|Law and Justice||30,46||2114|
|Polish People's Party||14,22||952|
|Democratic Left Alliance||2,77||105|
|Nonpartisan local government activists||0,86||36|
|Silesian Regional Party||3|
|Committees of associations |
and social organizations
|Election committee||Municipal councils above 20 000 inhabitants||Municipal councils under 20 000 inhabitants|
|% votes||Number of seats||% votes||Number of seats|
|Law and Justice||25,20||1877||15,72||3931|
|Polish People's Party||1,19||123||8,52||3077|
|Democratic Left Alliance||3,70||107||0,82||200|
|Nonpartisan local government activists||0,80||22||0,13||31|
|Election committee||Presidents |
| wójtowie |
|Law and Justice||4||62||168|
|Democratic Left Alliance||2||3||1|
|Polish People's Party||1||34||138|
|Nonpartisan local government activists||–||2||1|
|Silesian Regional Party||–||–||1|
|Free and Solidary||–||–||1|
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