Heads of Navalny's headquarters won the elections in Tomsk and Novosibirsk
14 September , 09:48
Politics
Heads of headquarters of opposition politician Alexey Navalny in Tomsk and Novosibirsk, Ksenia Fadeyeva (pictured) and Sergey Boyko, won the municipal elections, ahead of their closest competitors from United Russia and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, respectively.

Fadeyeva gained 1,171 votes, ahead of her closest rival, Natalya Bogdanova, a United Russia candidate, with 844 votes. Boyko got 1,135 votes, leaving behind Renat Suleimanov from the Communist Party.

- I won 7 out of 9 polling stations... - Fadeyeva wrote on VKontakte.

According to her, her colleague Andrey Fateev is also entering the city council. According to the regional election commission, he wins at all six polling stations in his constituency.

- The victory of Ksyusha Fadeyeva is very significant. This is the first victory of Navalny's head of staff. Purely "our" person. Ksyusha participated in the FBK investigation. It was in Tomsk that Navalny was poisoned. This is the best response from the headquarters. Hooray! - wrote on his Twitter head of FBK Ivan Zhdanov.

According to the head of headquarters Leonid Volkov, 16 candidates won in Tomsk, supported by the Smart Voting system, three mandates were held by United Russia, and counting is still underway in the rest of the districts.

Earlier, the secretary of the General Council of the United Russia party, Andrei Turchak, announced the victory of all candidates in the election of the governor, as well as the formation of a stable majority in all parliaments of the regions.

- All our candidates for the positions of senior officials, according to exit polls, and according to preliminary worked out protocols, win confidently in the first round, - RIA Novosti quotes Turchak as saying.

The chairman of the faction Dmitry Medvedev said that in order for United Russia to win, it is necessary to act honestly in the elections, because “people still know who represents whom, and where the position is direct, frank and honest, the party wins”.

Let us note that in the Jewish Autonomous Region, United Russia Rostislav Goldstein became governor following the September 13 elections. In the Irkutsk region, Igor Kobzev, a self-nominated candidate with the support of United Russia, won. And in the Rostov region, the candidates from the Communist Party and the Liberal Democratic Party questioned the results of early voting and demanded that they be canceled. In the Rostov region in the gubernatorial election leader Vasily Golubev, governing the region for ten years.

In the Far East, United Russia candidates won elections at all levels.