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Last day of elections to the State Duma in Russia

Today, Sunday, is the third and final day in Russia for legislative elections in which Russian voters choose deputies to the State Duma (deputies), 9 heads of regions and representatives of 39 regional and local parliaments.
14 parties are competing for seats in the new State Duma this year.
The Central Election Commission indicated that the turnout in the legislative elections in Russia, according to the results of the second day of the elections, reached 31.51%, without taking into account the number of participants online.
Residents of 7 Russian regions (Moscow, Sevastopol, Kursk, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl and Rostov regions) had the opportunity to vote in the current elections using electronic voting, that is, via the Internet.
More than 2.8 million voters registered to participate in the electronic voting, while more than 2.6 million voters (and more than two million of them are Muscovites) were included in the final lists to participate in the electronic voting.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin also voted in the elections online.

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