2018 Democratic Party of Korea leadership election

The Democratic Party of Korea held a leadership election on 25 August 2018. It was the first leadership election since the inauguration of President Moon Jae-in. The elected leader was slated to serve a 2-year term.[1]

2018 Democratic Party of Korea leadership election

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  Lee Hae-chan prime ministerial portriat (cropped).jpg Song Young Gil, DP leader.jpg No image.svg
Candidate Lee Hae-chan Song Young-gil Kim Jin-pyo
Delegates 40.57% 31.96% 27.48%
Party members 45.79% 28.67% 25.54%
Opinion poll 44.03% 30.61% 25.37%
Non-voting members poll 38.20% 36.30% 25.50%
Total 42.88% 30.73% 26.39%

Leader before election

Choo Mi-ae

Elected Leader

Lee Hae-chan

CandidatesEdit

Dropped outEdit

Advance to the finalsEdit

ResultsEdit

The ratio of the results by sector was 45% for delegates, 40% for party members, 10% for opinion poll and 5% for non-voting members poll.

Final results[2]
Candidates Delegates (45%) Party members (40%) Opinion poll (10%) Non-voting members poll (5%) Total (100%)
Lee Hae-chan 40.57% 45.79% 44.03% 38.20% 42.88%
Song Young-gil 31.96% 28.67% 30.61% 36.30% 30.73%
Kim Jin-pyo 27.48% 25.54% 25.37% 25.50% 26.39%

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "이해찬·김진표·송영길 컷오프 통과 8· 25 전당대회行, 5명을 탈락". Segye Ilbo (in Korean). 26 July 2018.
  2. ^ Kim, Nam-kwon (25 August 2018). "민주 새 대표에 이해찬…최고위원 박주민·박광온 등 5명(3보)". Yonhap (in Korean).