Municipal elections were held in the Czech Republic on 15 and 16 October. The Civic Democratic Party won the most seats, although it lost in Prague. The elections were a success for the Czech Social Democratic Party and TOP 09, and were considered a revival for the Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party.
|Civic Democratic Party||16,943,967||18.78||5,112|
|Czech Social Democratic Party||17,763,358||19.68||4,584|
|Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party||4,938,960||5.47||3,738|
|Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia||8,628,685||9.56||3,189|
|Mayors and Independents||653,400||0.72||1,243|
|SNK European Democrats||770,543||0.85||551|
|Vote for the City||736,387||0.82||153|
|Party of Civic Rights||628,860||0.70||89|
|Party of Free Citizens||673,856||0.22||29|
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