| State Duma |
|Federal Subject||Krasnodar Krai|
|Districts||Beloglinsky, Vyselkovsky, Kavkazsky, Korenovsky, Novopokrovsky, Tbilissky, Tikhoretsky, Ust-Labinsky|
|Other territory||Estonia (Narva–3)|
The Tikhoretsk Single-member Constituency (No.51) is a Russian legislative constituency in Krasnodar Krai.
In Tikhoretsk single-member constituency included Beloglinsky, Vyselkovsky, Kavkazsky, Korenovsky, Novopokrovsky, Tbilissky, Tikhoretsky, Ust-Labinsky districts in eastern Krasnodar Krai. In addition, for this constituency assigned, the citizens of Russia living in Estonia, assigned to the Consulate General in Narva, territory of Narva-3.
By-election are shown in italics.
|2007||Proportional representation - no election by constituency|
|2016||Alexey Ezubov||United Russia|
|Mikhail Kovalev||Communist Party||72,523||20.55%|
|Konstantin Gorovoy||Liberal Democratic Party||42,914||12.16%|
|Nadezhda Verveyko (incumbent)||Power to the People!||12,899||3.66%|
|Nikolay Kotov||Agrarian Party||5,253||1.49%|
|Aleksandr Kofanov||Trade Unions and Industrialists – Union of Labour||2,295||0.65%|
|Aleksandr Tkachyov (incumbent)||Communist Party||240,540||70.98%|
|Nikolay Turekov||Liberal Democratic Party||14,063||4.15%|
|Natalia Motyzheva||Russian Socialist Party||8,954||2.64%|
|Grigory Pogrebnoy||Our Home – Russia||4,962||1.46%|
|Sergey Kryuchin||Liberal Democratic Party||22,677||8.12%|
|Gennady Deminenko||Party of Russia's Rebirth-Russian Party of Life||6,156||2.20%|
|Anatoly Shalimov||United Russian Party Rus'||4,463||1.60%|
|Alexey Ezubov||United Russia||197,102||67.69%|
|Aleksandr Nagnibeda||Communist Party||28,336||9.38%|
|Nikolay Sytnik||Liberal Democratic Party||22,848||7.85%|
|Vladimir Karpekin||A Just Russia||15,510||5.33%|
|Denis Vashchenko||Party of Growth||8,955||3.08%|
|Ilya Khalin||Communists of Russia||7,409||2.54%|
|Alexey Ezubov (incumbent)||United Russia||278,780||72.76%|
|Artyom Belobritsky||Communist Party||41,153||10.74%|
|Nikolay Sytnik||A Just Russia — For Truth||15,855||4.14%|
|Gennady Dergachev||Liberal Democratic Party||15,229||3.97%|
|Sergei Kusmakov||New People||12,621||3.29%|
|Valery Chayevsky||Party of Pensioners||4,662||1.22%|
|Roman Shpakov||Party of Growth||3,768||0.98%|
|Maksim Yasnetsky||Civic Platform||2,131||0.56%|
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