2013 Estonian municipal elections
Municipal elections were held in Estonia on 20 October 2013, with advance voting between 10 and 16 October 2013. A total of 2,951 municipal council seats were up for election in 215 municipalities. The number of councillors had decreased by over 125 compared to the previous elections due to the merging of some municipalities.
Alongside the six major parties, 102 independent candidates and 292 citizens' elections coalitions participated in the elections.
|Estonian Centre Party||199,876||31.9|
|Pro Patria and Res Publica Union||107,780||17.2|
|Estonian Reform Party||85,850||13.7|
|Social Democratic Party||79,493||12.5|
|Conservative People's Party of Estonia||8,337||1.3|
|Estonian United Left Party||36||0.0|
|Citizens' elections coalitions/Independents||143,964||22.7|
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