Croatian local elections, 2013

Croatian local elections, 2013

19 May and 2 June 2013

 
Party HDZ SDP HSS
Prefects 10 3 3
Prefects +/- 2

Elected county prefects in each county of Croatia
  HDZ   SDP   HSS   HNS-LD   HDSSB   IDS   Independent

The 2013 Croatian local elections were held on 19 May and the second round was held on 2 June. The turnout was 47% (run-offs: 43%). The outgoing Split mayor Željko Kerum came out third with 18,54% of the vote, in the second round the Socialist candidate won narrowly over the HDZ-one (49,1:48,2). In Zagreb Milan Bandić, a Populist Right-Wing and former Social Democrat, won 47,9% of the vote against Social Democrat Health Minister Rajko Ostojić's 22,7%, with Vladimir Ferdelji (HSS-HSLS-Green List) coming in third with 17,3% and HDZ candidate Margareta Mađerić fourth at 5,4%. Bandic finally received a two-third majority - as in Rijeka the outgoing Social Democrat mayor Vojko Obersnel (first turn 48%). In Slavonia's largest city, Osijek, mayor Krešimir Bubalo (HDSSB) won 36,3%, and faced independent (backed by SDP&...) Ivan Vrkić, who gained 27,8%, in a run-off which was won by the latter. Out of the 21 county prefects 9 were elected in the first round (7 HDZ and coalition partners, 2 SDP and coalition partners). After the run-offs there were no Zupan-changes (only SDP lost Međimurje to its small ally HNS). There are now governed by a Zupan of...HDZ 36%, Bandic 18%, SDP 14%, HSS 10%, HDSSB 7%, HNS 7%, IDS 5%, HDSS (=ex-HSS) 3%. Governed are by a mayor of...HDZ 32%(-2%), SDP 19%(+2%), Bandic 18%, other Independents 10%(+0,5%), HNS 6%(+3,5%), HSS 5%(-1%), IDS 4%(-0%), HDSSB 2%(-1%).

Municipalities with more than 20.000 inhabitants: HDZ: held: Zadar, Velika Gorica, Karlovac, Vinkovci, Zaprešić, Solin, Virovitica; gained: Šibenik, Kaštela, Požega; lost: Sisak, Petrinja, Kutina. SDP: held: Rijeka, Koprivnica, Vukovar, Cakovec; gained: Split, Sisak, Kutina; lost: Sibenik, Dubrovnik, Đakovo, Požega. Ind.: held: Zagreb, Sinj; gained: Osijek, Slavonski Brod; lost: Split, Kaštela. HNS: gained: Varaždin, Dubrovnik, Petrinja. HSS: held: Samobor, Križevci. IDS: held: Pula. HDSSB: gained: Đakovo; lost: Osijek. HSLS: lost: Varaždin, Bjelovar. HSP: lost: Slavonski Brod. Others: gained: Bjelovar.[1]

Election results

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Counties

Results of Croatian local elections, 2013
County County council County prefect
Plurality Turnout Prefect Turnout Notes
Bjelovar-Bilogora HDZ (29.84%) 47.46% Damir Bajs, HSS (64.4%) 39.47% runoff election
Brod-Posavina HDZ (39.62%) 46.8% Danijel Marušić, HDZ (51.59%) 46.8% first round win
Dubrovnik-Neretva HDZ (41.57%) 56.73% Nikola Dobroslavić, HDZ (55.04%) 56.73% first round win
Istria IDS (43.93%) 45.33% Ivan Jakovčić, IDS (55.04%) 37.9% runoff election
Karlovac HDZ (47.42%) 46.16% Ivan Vučić, HDZ (55.42%) 39.52% runoff election
Koprivnica-Križevci SDP (45.9%) 46.37% Darko Koren, HSS (53.22%) 46.39% first round win
Krapina-Zagorje SDP (45.49%) 51.12% Željko Kolar, SDP (51.72%) 50.89% first round win
Lika-Senj HDZ (58.31%) 52.89% Milan Kolić, HDZ (52.34%) 52.89% first round win
Međimurje SDP (30.32%) 45.04% Matija Posavec, HNS (52.79%) 34.39% runoff election
Osijek-Baranja HDSSB (33.39%) 49.59% Vladimir Šišljagić, HDSSB (53.4%) 45.06% runoff election
Požega-Slavonia HDZ (40.56%) 52.85% Alojz Tomašević, HDZ (60.54%) 46.04% runoff election
Primorje-Gorski Kotar SDP (42.55%) 41.4% Zlatko Komadina, SDP (54.01%) 44.41% first round win
Sisak-Moslavina HDZ (34.95%) 47.51% Marina Lovrić, SDP (54.8%) 46.64% runoff election
Split-Dalmatia HDZ (33.97%) 49.82% Zlatko Ževrnja, HDZ (55.84%) 44.5% runoff election
Šibenik-Knin HDZ (39.73%) 46.8% Goran Pauk, HDZ (55.37%) 40.09% runoff election
Varaždin HNS (48.09%) 48.62% Predrag Štromar, HNS (62.79%) 38.73% first round win
Virovitica-Podravina HDZ (51.01%) 50.33% Tomislav Tolušić, HDZ (52.67%) 50.34% first round win
Vukovar-Syrmia HDZ (48.86%) 51.58% Božo Galić, HDZ (54.76%) 51.55% first round win
Zadar HDZ (47.73%) 46.95% Stipe Zrilić, HDZ (61.31%) 37.02% runoff election
Zagreb County HDZ (28.10%) 45.14% Stjepan Kožić, HSS (56.53%) 45.15% first round win
Source: State Electoral Commission[2]

City of Zagreb

Mayoral elections First round[3] Second round[4]
Candidate Party Votes % Votes %
Milan Bandić Independent 142,646 47.30 170,798 65.67
Rajko Ostojić Social Democratic Party of Croatia 68,475 22.71 84,179 32.37
Vladimir Ferdelji Croatian Social Liberal Party 52,263 17.33
Margareta Mađerić Croatian Democratic Union 16,316 5.41

City of Split

Candidates First round Runoff
Candidate Sustaining Party Votes % Votes %
Ivo Baldasar Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Croatian People's Party - Liberal Democrats
Croatian Party of Pensioners
21.280 29,24 % 33.365 49,08
Vjekoslav Ivanišević Croatian Democratic Union
Croatian Pure Party of Rights
Croatian Social Liberal Party
Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević
Croatian Christian Democratic Union
Pensioners Block
15.803 21,72 % 32.750 48,18 %
Željko Kerum Croatian Civic Party
Croatian Peasant Party
Pensioner Party
13.471 18,51
Marijana Puljak Independent 6.998 9,62
Anđelka Visković Independent 5.777 7,94
Tomislav Zaninović Independent 2.115 2,91
Damir Vidošević Independent 1.340 1,84
Sanja Bilač Independent 1.339 1,84
Pero Vučica Croatian Growth 1.043 1,43
Hrvoje Tomasović Croatian Democratic Free Alliance of Dalmatia 990 1,36
Marijo Popović Autochthonous Croatian Party of Rights
Croatian Party of Rights
942 1,29
Valid votes: 71.098 97,76 66.115 97,30
Invalid votes: 1.626 2,24 1.837 2,70
Turnout: 72.768 47,78 67.979 44,56
Expected voters: 152.290 152.572

The percentages of votes from each candidate are calculated from number of valid voters
The percentages of valid and invalid votes are calculated from the turnout number
The turnout percentage is calculated from the number of expected voters

Source: State Election Committee (Državno izborno povjerenstvo)

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