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|Founded||May 2, 2009 (First time); February 20, 2015 (Second time)|
|Preceded by||Together for Kragujevac|
|Merged into||United Regions of Serbia (2013–2015); Healthy Serbia (2020)|
|Ideology|| Liberal conservatism |
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Together for Šumadija (Serbian : Заједно за Шумадијy / Zajedno za Šumadiju) is a minor liberal-conservative political party in Serbia. Founded on May 2, 2009 by the Together for Kragujevac movement and by a series of citizen advocacy groups and political parties in Šumadija (Central Serbia). The party's primary goals are decentralization, equal regional development and Euro-Atlantic integration of Serbia. The party leader Veroljub Stevanović was former mayor of Kragujevac.
The party merged into the United Regions of Serbia on 10 June 2013. However, Veroljub Stevanović announced his plan to revive the party in late 2014, and the necessary signatures were collected by 20 February 2015.
|Year||Popular vote||% of popular vote||# of seats||Seat change||Coalition||Status|
|2009||Restructured from ZZK [a]|
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a Restructured from Together for Kragujevac movement, who was in the pre-election alliance with G17 Plus and appeared on the For a European Serbia electoral list, winning 2 parliamentary mandates.
|Election year||#||Candidate||1st round votes||%||2nd round votes||%||Notes|
|2017||4th||Vuk Jeremić||206,676||5.66||–||–||Independent candidate; support|
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