Riigikogu electoral district no. 4

Electoral district no. 4 (Estonian: Valimisringkond nr 4) is one of the 12 multi-member electoral districts of the Riigikogu, the national legislature of Estonia. The district was established as electoral district no. 5 in 1992 when the Riigikogu was re-established following Estonia's independence from the Soviet Union. It was renamed electoral district no. 4 in 1995 following the re-organisation of electoral districts. It is conterminous with the counties of Harju (excluding Tallinn which has its own electoral districts) and Rapla. The district currently elects 15 of the 101 members of the Riigikogu using the open party-list proportional representation electoral system. At the 2019 parliamentary election it had 133,437 registered electors.

Electoral district no. 4
Valimisringkond nr 4
Electoral District
for the Riigikogu
Outline map
Location of Electoral district no. 4 within Estonia
County
Population200,692 (2020)[1]
Electorate133,437 (2019)
Current Electoral District
Created1992
Seats
List
  • 15 (2019–present)
  • 14 (2011–2019)
  • 13 (2007–2011)
  • 12 (1999–2007)
  • 11 (1995–1999)
  • 10 (1992–1995)
Member of the Riigikogu[2]
List

Electoral systemEdit

Electoral district no. 4 currently elects 15 of the 101 members of the Riigikogu using the open party-list proportional representation electoral system.[3][4] The allocation of seats is carried out in three stages. In the first stage, any individual candidate, regardless of whether they are a party or independent candidate, who receives more votes than the district's simple quota (Hare quota: valid votes in district/number of seats allocated to district) is elected via a personal mandate.[5] In the second stage, district mandates are allocated to parties by dividing their district votes by the district's simple quota.[5] Only parties that reach the 5% national threshold compete for district mandates and any personal mandates won by the party are subtracted from the party's district mandates.[5] Prior to 2003 if a party's surplus/remainder votes was equal to or greater than 75% of the district's simple quota it received one additional district mandate.[5] Any unallocated district seats are added to a national pool of compensatory seats.[5] In the final stage, compensatory mandates are calculated based on the national vote and using a modified D'Hondt method.[5] Only parties that reach the 5% national threshold compete for compensatory seats and any personal and district mandates won by the party are subtracted from the party's compensatory mandates.[5] Though calculated nationally, compensatory mandates are allocated at the district level.

SeatsEdit

Seats allocated to electoral district no. 4 by the National Electoral Committee of Estonia at each election was as follows:

Election resultsEdit

SummaryEdit

Election Left
EÜVP/EVP/ESDTP/Õ/V
Constitution
K/EÜRP/MKOE
Social
Democrats

SDE/RM/M
Greens
EER/NJ/R
Centre
K/R
Reform
RE
Isamaa
I/IRL/I/I\ERSP/I
Conservative
People's

EKRE/ERL/EME/KMÜ
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
2019 83 0.09% 0 7,621 8.40% 1 1,686 1.86% 0 13,681 15.08% 2 34,571 38.10% 5 10,094 11.13% 1 16,638 18.34% 3
2015 351 0.40% 0 10,902 12.42% 1 836 0.95% 0 12,397 14.12% 2 30,924 35.23% 5 14,484 16.50% 2 7,050 8.03% 1
2011 11,759 13.48% 2 4,107 4.71% 0 11,184 12.82% 2 34,469 39.50% 5 19,389 22.22% 3 955 1.09% 0
2007 52 0.07% 0 1,116 1.44% 0 6,493 8.37% 1 7,609 9.81% 1 12,897 16.62% 2 29,535 38.06% 5 15,108 19.47% 2 3,060 3.94% 0
2003 168 0.27% 0 1,145 1.85% 0 4,157 6.71% 1 11,895 19.19% 2 14,407 23.25% 3 4,342 7.01% 1 6,685 10.79% 1
1999 1,646 2.98% 0 13,279 24.00% 2 11,653 21.06% 2 10,070 18.20% 2 7,614 13.76% 1 3,938 7.12% 0
1995 536 0.90% 0 2,019 3.39% 0 12,424 20.84% 1 417 0.70% 0 6,990 11.72% 1 9,653 16.19% 1 2,717 4.56% 0 17,673 29.64% 3
1992 2,746 5.91% 0 6,431 13.83% 1 2,569 5.53% 0 4,333 9.32% 0 9,837 21.16% 2

(Excludes compensatory seats)

DetailedEdit

  Party has received at least 5% of the vote nationally and is entitled to compete for district seats.

2019Edit

Results of the 2019 parliamentary election held on 3 March 2019:[14][15][16]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 10,374 2,050 43 22,104 34,571 38.10% 1 4 0 5
Conservative People's Party of Estonia EKRE 7,531 2,863 129 6,115 16,638 18.34% 1 2 1 4
Estonian Centre Party K 7,873 1,860 17 3,931 13,681 15.08% 1 1 0 2
Isamaa I 3,548 1,218 24 5,304 10,094 11.13% 0 1 0 1
Social Democratic Party SDE 2,610 822 23 4,166 7,621 8.40% 0 1 0 1
Estonia 200 1,272 217 9 2,171 3,669 4.04% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Greens EER 642 116 8 920 1,686 1.86% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Biodiversity Party 483 163 3 794 1,443 1.59% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Free Party EVA 498 114 3 463 1,078 1.19% 0 0 0 0
Risto Nahkor (Independent) 59 13 0 36 108 0.12% 0 0 0 0
Estonian United Left Party EÜVP 47 4 1 31 83 0.09% 0 0 0 0
Kaido Kookmaa (Independent) 11 5 0 13 29 0.03% 0 0 0 0
Vello Kookmaa (Independent) 16 1 0 11 28 0.03% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 34,964 9,446 260 46,059 90,729 100.00% 3 9 1 13
Rejected Votes 373 104 5 0 482 0.53%
Total Polled 35,337 9,550 265 46,059 91,211 68.36%
Registered Electors 106,671 25,918 848 133,437

The following candidates were elected:[16]

2015Edit

Results of the 2015 parliamentary election held on 1 March 2015:[17][18][19]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 14,060 3,395 42 13,427 30,924 35.23% 1 4 1 6
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union IRL 6,061 2,018 34 6,371 14,484 16.50% 0 2 0 2
Estonian Centre Party K 8,781 1,967 12 1,637 12,397 14.12% 1 1 0 2
Social Democratic Party SDE 5,409 1,543 13 3,937 10,902 12.42% 0 1 1 2
Estonian Free Party EVA 4,053 1,571 17 4,569 10,210 11.63% 1 0 0 1
Conservative People's Party of Estonia EKRE 3,737 1,262 16 2,035 7,050 8.03% 0 1 0 1
Estonian Greens EER 391 106 2 337 836 0.95% 0 0 0 0
Estonian United Left Party EÜVP 309 9 0 33 351 0.40% 0 0 0 0
Party of People's Unity RÜE 172 27 0 104 303 0.35% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 92 25 0 16 133 0.15% 0 0 0 0
Ege Hirv (Independent) 53 31 0 26 110 0.13% 0 0 0 0
Jaak Vackermann (Independent) 44 7 0 28 79 0.09% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 43,162 11,961 136 32,520 87,779 100.00% 3 9 2 14
Rejected Votes 403 96 1 0 500 0.57%
Total Polled 43,565 12,057 137 32,520 88,279 68.40%
Registered Electors 101,446 27,485 137 129,068

The following candidates were elected:[19]

2011Edit

Results of the 2011 parliamentary election held on 6 March 2011:[20][21][22]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 17,964 5,131 56 11,318 34,469 39.50% 2 3 1 6
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union IRL 9,959 2,956 64 6,410 19,389 22.22% 1 2 0 3
Social Democratic Party SDE 6,396 2,209 14 3,140 11,759 13.48% 0 2 0 2
Estonian Centre Party K 8,261 1,620 6 1,297 11,184 12.82% 0 2 1 3
Estonian Greens EER 2,318 571 7 1,211 4,107 4.71% 0 0 0 0
Leo Kunnas (Independent) 1,769 499 9 990 3,267 3.74% 0 0 0 0
People's Union of Estonia ERL 538 248 0 169 955 1.09% 0 0 0 0
Siiri Sisask (Independent) 366 192 0 213 771 0.88% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 287 19 0 72 378 0.43% 0 0 0 0
Party of Estonian Christian Democrats EKD 199 57 0 92 348 0.40% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 154 50 1 52 257 0.29% 0 0 0 0
Priit Tammeraid (Independent) 90 18 0 55 163 0.19% 0 0 0 0
Aare Siir (Independent) 71 9 0 22 102 0.12% 0 0 0 0
Koit Luus (Independent) 33 9 0 15 57 0.07% 0 0 0 0
Ege Hirv (Independent) 21 10 0 18 49 0.06% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 48,426 13,598 157 25,074 87,255 100.00% 3 9 2 14
Rejected Votes 524 172 6 0 702 0.80%
Total Polled 48,950 13,770 163 25,074 87,957 67.52%
Registered Electors 101,211 28,896 163 130,270

The following candidates were elected:[22]

2007Edit

Results of the 2007 parliamentary election held on 4 March 2007:[23][24][25][26]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 21,576 5,876 29 2,054 29,535 38.06% 1 4 0 5
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union IRL 10,837 2,870 77 1,324 15,108 19.47% 0 2 0 2
Estonian Centre Party K 9,497 3,114 7 279 12,897 16.62% 0 2 0 2
Estonian Greens EER 5,403 1,600 11 595 7,609 9.81% 0 1 1 2
Social Democratic Party SDE 4,465 1,537 16 475 6,493 8.37% 0 1 0 1
People's Union of Estonia ERL 1,657 1,296 0 107 3,060 3.94% 0 0 0 0
Party of Estonian Christian Democrats EKD 955 322 5 57 1,339 1.73% 0 0 0 0
Constitution Party K 1,084 13 0 19 1,116 1.44% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 131 52 1 10 194 0.25% 0 0 0 0
Vello Burmeister (Independent) 79 26 0 8 113 0.15% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 70 10 0 2 82 0.11% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Left Party EVP 38 10 0 4 52 0.07% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 55,792 16,726 146 4,934 77,598 100.00% 1 10 1 12
Rejected Votes 485 112 6 0 603 0.77%
Total Polled 56,277 16,838 152 4,934 78,201 65.38%
Registered Electors 90,837 28,614 152 119,603

The following candidates were elected:[26]

2003Edit

Results of the 2003 parliamentary election held on 2 March 2003:[27][28][29][30]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Union for the Republic–Res Publica ÜVE-RP 12,881 4,516 21 17,418 28.10% 1 2 1 4
Estonian Reform Party RE 12,001 2,394 12 14,407 23.25% 1 2 0 3
Estonian Centre Party K 8,110 3,782 3 11,895 19.19% 0 2 1 3
People's Union of Estonia ERL 4,142 2,539 4 6,685 10.79% 0 1 0 1
Pro Patria Union Party I 3,528 755 59 4,342 7.01% 0 1 0 1
Moderate People's Party RM 3,272 877 8 4,157 6.71% 0 1 0 1
Estonian United People's Party EÜRP 1,100 45 0 1,145 1.85% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Christian People's Party EKRP 529 207 0 736 1.19% 0 0 0 0
Rein Haggi (Independent) 45 362 0 407 0.66% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 233 68 0 301 0.49% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Social Democratic Labour Party ESDTP 120 47 1 168 0.27% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 124 8 0 132 0.21% 0 0 0 0
Mart Riisenberg (Independent) 89 23 0 112 0.18% 0 0 0 0
Hasso Nurm (Independent) 57 16 0 73 0.12% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 46,231 15,639 108 61,978 100.00% 2 9 2 13
Rejected Votes 516 158 3 677 1.08%
Total Polled 46,747 15,797 111 62,655 58.75%
Registered Electors 78,357 28,178 111 106,646
Turnout 59.66% 56.06% 100.00% 58.75%

The following candidates were elected:[30]

1999Edit

Results of the 1999 parliamentary election held on 7 March 1999:[31][32][33][34]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Moderate M 9,660 3,565 54 13,279 24.00% 1 1 0 2
Estonian Centre Party K 7,832 3,819 2 11,653 21.06% 0 2 0 2
Estonian Reform Party RE 8,064 2,000 6 10,070 18.20% 1 1 0 2
Pro Patria Union I 5,890 1,618 106 7,614 13.76% 0 1 1 2
Estonian Country People's Party EME 1,953 1,981 4 3,938 7.12% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Coalition Party KE 1,580 1,126 2 2,708 4.90% 0 0 1 1
Estonian United People's Party EÜRP 1,576 70 0 1,646 2.98% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Christian People's Party EKRP 1,171 378 1 1,550 2.80% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 741 72 0 813 1.47% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Blue Party ESE 627 175 2 804 1.45% 0 0 0 0
Rein Haggi (Independent) 35 384 0 419 0.76% 0 0 0 0
Anne Taklaja (Independent) 328 47 1 376 0.68% 0 0 0 0
Progress Party 191 52 0 243 0.44% 0 0 0 0
Farmers' Assembly 139 48 1 188 0.34% 0 0 0 0
Lembit Kandrov (Independent) 13 6 0 19 0.03% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 39,800 15,341 179 55,320 100.00% 2 5 2 9
Rejected Votes 645 310 6 961 1.71%
Total Polled 40,445 15,651 185 56,281 57.44%
Registered Electors 69,482 28,315 185 97,982
Turnout 58.21% 55.27% 100.00% 57.44%

The following candidates were elected:[34]

1995Edit

Results of the 1995 parliamentary election held on 5 March 1995:[35][36][37][38]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Coalition Party and Rural People's Association KMÜ 9,875 7,781 17 17,673 29.64% 0 3 0 3
Moderate M 9,549 2,779 96 12,424 20.84% 1 0 0 1
Estonian Reform Party RE 7,437 2,166 50 9,653 16.19% 0 1 0 1
Estonian Centre Party K 4,954 2,031 5 6,990 11.72% 0 1 1 2
Pro Patria and ERSP Union I\ERSP 1,932 583 202 2,717 4.56% 0 0 0 0
Our Home is Estonia MKOE 1,873 146 0 2,019 3.39% 0 0 0 0
The Right Wingers P 1,475 442 21 1,938 3.25% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Farmers' Party ETRE 894 502 5 1,401 2.35% 0 0 0 0
Better Estonia/Estonian Citizen PE/EK 973 309 5 1,287 2.16% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Future Party TEE 913 328 7 1,248 2.09% 0 0 0 0
Forest Party 453 120 4 577 0.97% 0 0 0 0
Justice Õ 385 151 0 536 0.90% 0 0 0 0
Fourth Force NJ 255 154 8 417 0.70% 0 0 0 0
Estonian National Federation ERKL 217 75 1 293 0.49% 0 0 0 0
Jüri-Rajur Liivak (Independent) 152 84 0 236 0.40% 0 0 0 0
Blue Party SE 142 40 0 182 0.31% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Democratic Union EDL 27 3 0 30 0.05% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 41,506 17,694 421 59,621 100.00% 1 5 1 7
Rejected Votes 355 171 0 526 0.87%
Total Polled 41,861 17,865 421 60,147 69.38%
Registered Electors 60,096 26,173 421 86,690
Turnout 69.66% 68.26% 100.00% 69.38%

The following candidates were elected:[38]

1992Edit

Results of the 1992 parliamentary election held on 20 September 1992:[39][40][41][42]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Harju Rapla Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Pro Patria I 6,900 2,528 409 9,837 21.16% 1 1 1 3
Safe Home KK 4,293 4,590 14 8,897 19.14% 0 1 2 3
Moderate M 4,940 1,468 23 6,431 13.83% 0 1 2 3
Independent Kings SK 3,382 1,339 6 4,727 10.17% 0 1 1 2
Popular Front of Estonia R 2,698 1,606 29 4,333 9.32% 0 0 1 1
Left Option V 1,994 751 1 2,746 5.91% 0 0 0 0
Greens R 2,179 375 15 2,569 5.53% 0 0 0 0
Estonian National Independence Party ERSP 1,243 659 103 2,005 4.31% 0 0 1 1
National Party of the Illegally Repressed ÕRRE 944 231 8 1,183 2.54% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Citizen EK 822 323 3 1,148 2.47% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Union of Pensioners EPL 673 207 1 881 1.90% 0 0 0 0
Gunnar Piho (Independent) 147 367 1 515 1.11% 0 0 0 0
Peeter Ugand (Independent) 407 32 0 439 0.94% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Entrepreneurs' Party EEE 250 77 4 331 0.71% 0 0 0 0
The Democrats 261 39 3 303 0.65% 0 0 0 0
Lembit Aulas (Independent) 76 67 0 143 0.31% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 31,209 14,659 620 46,488 100.00% 1 4 8 13
Rejected Votes 653 289 0 942 1.99%
Total Polled 31,862 14,948 620 47,430 67.05%
Registered Electors 46,851 23,249 634 70,734
Turnout 68.01% 64.30% 97.79% 67.05%

The following candidates were elected:[42]

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