Riigikogu electoral district no. 9

Electoral district no. 9 (Estonian: Valimisringkond nr 9) 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. 8 in 1995 following the re-organisation of electoral districts. It was renamed electoral district no. 9 in 2003 following another re-organisation of electoral districts. It is conterminous with the counties of Jõgeva and Tartu (excluding Tartu municipality which has its own electoral district). The district currently elects seven of the 101 members of the Riigikogu using the open party-list proportional representation electoral system. At the 2019 parliamentary election it had 65,898 registered electors.

Electoral district no. 9
Valimisringkond nr 9
Electoral District
for the Riigikogu
Outline map
Location of Electoral district no. 9 within Estonia
County
Population85,636 (2020)[1]
Electorate65,898 (2019)
Current Electoral District
Created1995
Seats
List
  • 7 (2019–present)
  • 8 (2015–2019)
  • 7 (2007–2015)
  • 8 (1995–1999)
Member of the Riigikogu[2]
List
Created from

Electoral systemEdit

Electoral district no. 9 currently elects seven 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. 9 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 34 0.08% 0 3,891 9.30% 0 616 1.47% 0 6,438 15.38% 1 11,399 27.24% 2 7,308 17.46% 1 9,362 22.37% 1
2015 87 0.21% 0 7,583 18.56% 1 369 0.90% 0 7,644 18.71% 1 11,896 29.11% 2 6,099 14.93% 1 3,814 9.33% 0
2011 7,092 17.59% 1 1,188 2.95% 0 6,184 15.34% 1 11,326 28.09% 2 10,508 26.06% 2 2,950 7.32% 0
2007 38 0.09% 0 357 0.89% 0 2,979 7.43% 0 2,228 5.56% 0 8,595 21.44% 1 9,741 24.30% 1 6,288 15.68% 1 9,101 22.70% 1
2003 104 0.27% 0 324 0.85% 0 1,902 4.98% 0 6,875 18.01% 1 3,965 10.39% 1 1,882 4.93% 0 15,844 41.51% 3
1999 1,180 3.24% 0 5,262 14.44% 1 7,406 20.32% 1 4,355 11.95% 0 3,992 10.95% 0 8,514 23.36% 1
1995 695 1.66% 0 2,223 5.31% 0 1,561 3.73% 0 286 0.68% 0 3,887 9.29% 0 3,911 9.34% 0 2,470 5.90% 0 19,067 45.55% 3

(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:[13][14][15]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 1,328 3,633 14 6,424 11,399 27.24% 0 2 0 2
Conservative People's Party of Estonia EKRE 2,248 4,113 68 2,933 9,362 22.37% 0 1 1 2
Isamaa I 1,811 2,324 4 3,169 7,308 17.46% 0 1 1 2
Estonian Centre Party K 2,123 2,650 8 1,657 6,438 15.38% 0 1 0 1
Social Democratic Party SDE 780 1,163 10 1,938 3,891 9.30% 0 0 0 0
Estonia 200 241 686 2 860 1,789 4.28% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Greens EER 75 231 3 307 616 1.47% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Free Party EVA 129 184 1 257 571 1.36% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Biodiversity Party 45 158 0 236 439 1.05% 0 0 0 0
Estonian United Left Party EÜVP 5 16 0 13 34 0.08% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 8,785 15,158 110 17,794 41,847 100.00% 0 5 2 7
Rejected Votes 143 227 1 0 371 0.88%
Total Polled 8,928 15,385 111 17,794 42,218 63.73%
Registered Electors 23,242 42,609 394 66,245

The following candidates were elected:[15]

2015Edit

Results of the 2015 parliamentary election held on 1 March 2015:[16][17][18]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 2,208 5,378 16 4,294 11,896 29.11% 1 1 1 3
Estonian Centre Party K 3,106 3,784 4 750 7,644 18.71% 0 1 0 1
Social Democratic Party SDE 2,127 3,094 13 2,349 7,583 18.56% 0 1 0 1
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union IRL 1,960 2,039 12 2,088 6,099 14.93% 0 1 1 2
Conservative People's Party of Estonia EKRE 1,350 1,559 7 898 3,814 9.33% 0 0 1 1
Estonian Free Party EVA 584 1,277 4 1,224 3,089 7.56% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Greens EER 65 142 3 159 369 0.90% 0 0 0 0
Party of People's Unity RÜE 26 91 0 34 151 0.37% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 52 51 1 23 127 0.31% 0 0 0 0
Estonian United Left Party EÜVP 33 49 1 4 87 0.21% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 11,511 17,464 61 11,823 40,859 100.00% 1 4 3 8
Rejected Votes 156 165 2 0 323 0.78%
Total Polled 11,667 17,629 63 11,823 41,182 62.30%
Registered Electors 26,028 40,015 63 66,106

The following candidates were elected:[18]

2011Edit

Results of the 2011 parliamentary election held on 6 March 2011:[19][20][21]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 2,766 5,589 16 2,955 11,326 28.09% 1 1 0 2
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union IRL 3,820 4,093 34 2,561 10,508 26.06% 0 2 0 2
Social Democratic Party SDE 2,006 3,582 5 1,499 7,092 17.59% 0 1 0 1
Estonian Centre Party K 2,605 3,071 5 503 6,184 15.34% 0 1 0 1
People's Union of Estonia ERL 1,657 900 1 392 2,950 7.32% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Greens EER 294 599 3 292 1,188 2.95% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 129 143 0 58 330 0.82% 0 0 0 0
Märt Meesak (Independent) 69 182 0 43 294 0.73% 0 0 0 0
Ingvar Tšižikov (Independent) 59 135 0 44 238 0.59% 0 0 0 0
Party of Estonian Christian Democrats EKD 35 58 0 31 124 0.31% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 22 49 2 10 83 0.21% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 13,462 18,401 66 8,388 40,317 100.00% 1 5 0 6
Rejected Votes 182 292 2 0 476 1.17%
Total Polled 13,644 18,693 68 8,388 40,793 60.43%
Registered Electors 27,834 39,602 68 67,504

The following candidates were elected:[21]

2007Edit

Results of the 2007 parliamentary election held on 4 March 2007:[22][23][24][25]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Elec
-tronic
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Reform Party RE 3,139 6,103 2 497 9,741 24.30% 0 1 0 1
People's Union of Estonia ERL 5,068 3,800 2 231 9,101 22.70% 0 1 1 2
Estonian Centre Party K 4,005 4,430 8 152 8,595 21.44% 0 1 0 1
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union IRL 2,126 3,708 39 415 6,288 15.68% 0 1 0 1
Social Democratic Party SDE 1,387 1,444 7 141 2,979 7.43% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Greens EER 690 1,378 4 156 2,228 5.56% 0 0 0 0
Party of Estonian Christian Democrats EKD 130 315 0 11 456 1.14% 0 0 0 0
Constitution Party K 134 223 0 0 357 0.89% 0 0 0 0
Tõnu Hallik (Independent) 27 142 0 5 174 0.43% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 27 38 0 4 69 0.17% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Left Party EVP 11 26 1 0 38 0.09% 0 0 0 0
Kalev Kodu (Independent) 11 24 0 0 35 0.09% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 10 21 1 0 32 0.08% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 16,765 21,652 64 1,612 40,093 100.00% 0 4 1 5
Rejected Votes 236 301 0 0 537 1.32%
Total Polled 17,001 21,953 64 1,612 40,630 61.84%
Registered Electors 28,284 37,355 64 65,703

The following candidates were elected:[25]

2003Edit

Results of the 2003 parliamentary election held on 2 March 2003:[26][27][28][29]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
People's Union of Estonia ERL 8,229 7,615 0 15,844 41.51% 1 2 1 4
Union for the Republic–Res Publica ÜVE-RP 2,528 4,391 24 6,943 18.19% 0 1 0 1
Estonian Centre Party K 3,133 3,737 5 6,875 18.01% 0 1 1 2
Estonian Reform Party RE 1,317 2,641 7 3,965 10.39% 0 1 0 1
Moderate People's Party RM 867 1,026 9 1,902 4.98% 0 0 0 0
Pro Patria Union Party I 897 954 31 1,882 4.93% 0 0 0 0
Estonian United People's Party EÜRP 95 228 1 324 0.85% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Christian People's Party EKRP 52 107 0 159 0.42% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Independence Party EIP 52 61 0 113 0.30% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Social Democratic Labour Party ESDTP 25 79 0 104 0.27% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 22 31 1 54 0.14% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 17,217 20,870 78 38,165 100.00% 1 5 2 8
Rejected Votes 277 282 9 568 1.47%
Total Polled 17,494 21,152 87 38,733 59.40%
Registered Electors 28,902 36,217 87 65,206
Turnout 60.53% 58.40% 100.00% 59.40%

The following candidates were elected:[29]

1999Edit

Results of the 1999 parliamentary election held on 7 March 1999:[30][31][32][33]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Estonian Country People's Party EME 5,239 3,273 2 8,514 23.36% 1 0 1 2
Estonian Centre Party K 2,797 4,606 3 7,406 20.32% 0 1 0 1
Moderate M 2,323 2,925 14 5,262 14.44% 0 1 1 2
Estonian Reform Party RE 1,640 2,712 3 4,355 11.95% 0 0 1 1
Pro Patria Union I 1,214 2,709 69 3,992 10.95% 0 0 2 2
Estonian Coalition Party KE 2,104 1,765 0 3,869 10.61% 0 0 1 1
Estonian United People's Party EÜRP 550 630 0 1,180 3.24% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Christian People's Party EKRP 245 397 0 642 1.76% 0 0 0 0
Estonian Blue Party ESE 151 218 1 370 1.02% 0 0 0 0
Russian Party in Estonia VEE 116 205 1 322 0.88% 0 0 0 0
Farmers' Assembly 122 178 2 302 0.83% 0 0 0 0
Progress Party 209 27 0 236 0.65% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 16,710 19,645 95 36,450 100.00% 1 2 6 9
Rejected Votes 305 457 3 765 2.06%
Total Polled 17,015 20,102 98 37,215 56.47%
Registered Electors 29,858 35,942 98 65,898
Turnout 56.99% 55.93% 100.00% 56.47%

The following candidates were elected:[33]

1995Edit

Results of the 1995 parliamentary election held on 5 March 1995:[34][35][36][37]

Party Votes per county Total Votes % Seats
Jõgeva Tartu Over
-seas
Per. Dis. Com. Tot.
Coalition Party and Rural People's Association KMÜ 11,399 7,650 18 19,067 45.55% 1 2 2 5
Estonian Reform Party RE 1,618 2,274 19 3,911 9.34% 0 0 1 1
Estonian Centre Party K 1,770 2,109 8 3,887 9.29% 0 0 0 0
The Right Wingers P 949 2,351 24 3,324 7.94% 0 0 1 1
Pro Patria and ERSP Union I\ERSP 823 1,524 123 2,470 5.90% 0 0 0 0
Our Home is Estonia MKOE 990 1,224 9 2,223 5.31% 0 0 1 1
Estonian Future Party TEE 506 1,246 2 1,754 4.19% 0 0 0 0
Moderate M 344 1,202 15 1,561 3.73% 0 0 1 1
Estonian Farmers' Party ETRE 471 615 2 1,088 2.60% 0 0 0 0
Better Estonia/Estonian Citizen PE/EK 189 588 4 781 1.87% 0 0 0 0
Justice Õ 263 432 0 695 1.66% 0 0 0 0
Forest Party 185 219 1 405 0.97% 0 0 0 0
Fourth Force NJ 90 196 0 286 0.68% 0 0 0 0
Estonian National Federation ERKL 81 119 1 201 0.48% 0 0 0 0
Blue Party SE 91 76 2 169 0.40% 0 0 0 0
Eino Korjus (Independent) 6 34 0 40 0.10% 0 0 0 0
Valid Votes 19,775 21,859 228 41,862 100.00% 1 2 6 9
Rejected Votes 272 351 0 623 1.47%
Total Polled 20,047 22,210 228 42,485 66.70%
Registered Electors 28,896 34,576 228 63,700
Turnout 69.38% 64.24% 100.00% 66.70%

The following candidates were elected:[37]

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