2013 Slovak regional elections
It was held on basis of 2 rounds if candidate haven't gained 50 % of votes, if he gained the required percents, there would not be runoff. Only three candidates got elected in the first round, in Prešov, Žilina, and Trenčín Regions. There was runoff in Košice, Banská Bystrica, Nitra, Trnava, and Bratislava Regions.
Six of the regional presidencies were won by centre-left Direction – Social Democracy (Smer), with Bratislava Region being carried on by incumbent Governor Pavol Frešo of Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party. The biggest surprise came in Banská Bystrica Region, where leader of the far-right People's Party – Our Slovakia, Marian Kotleba, got to the second round of elections to face off with incumbent Governor Vladimír Maňka of Smer. He then defeated Vladimír Maňka in the second round and won the runoff by 55,5 % (71 397 Regional votes) and became Governor of Banská Bystrica Region, and also ended as candidate with most votes to City Council of Banská Bystrica (8678 votes).
|Bratislava||Pavol Frešo||SDKÚ-DS||KDH, Most–Híd, SaS, SMK, OKS, SZ|
|Trnava||Tibor Mikuš||Smer||SNS, KSS|
|Trenčín||Jaroslav Baška||Smer||Won the first round with over 50 %.|
|Nitra||Milan Belica||Smer||SNS, ASV|
|Žilina||Juraj Blanár||Smer||Won the first round with over 50 %.|
|Banská Bystrica||Marian Kotleba||ĽSNS||No endorsing parties.|
|Prešov||Peter Chudík||Smer||Won the first round with over 50 %.|
|Košice||Zdenko Trebuľa||Smer||Most–Híd, SMK|
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