Västmanland County (Riksdag constituency)

Västmanland is one of the 29 multi-member constituencies of the Riksdag, the national legislature of Sweden. The constituency was established in 1970 when the Riksdag changed from a bicameral legislature to a unicameral legislature. It is conterminous with the county of Västmanland.

Västmanland County
Constituency
for the Riksdag
Outline map
Location of Västmanland County within Sweden
CountyVästmanland
Population275,845 (2019)[1]
Electorate201,215 (2018)
Current constituency
Created1970
Seats
List
  • 11 (1970–1973)
  • 12 (1973–1976)
  • 9 (1976–1979)
  • 11 (1979–1988)
  • 10 (1988–1991)
  • 11 (1991–1998)
  • 10 (1998–2006)
  • 9 (2006–2010)
  • 11 (2010–2014)
  • 10 (2014–2018)
  • 9 (2018–present)
Member of the Riksdag[2]
List
Regional councilVästmanland Regional Council

Västmanland County currently elects nine of the 349 members of the Riksdag using the modified Sainte-Laguë method open party-list proportional representation electoral system. At the 2018 general election the constituency had 201,215 registered electors.

Election resultsEdit

SummaryEdit

Election Centre
C
Christian
Democrats

KD/KDS
Greens
MP
Left
V/VPK
Liberals
L/FP/F
Moderates
M
Social
Democrats

S
Sweden
Democrats

SD
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
2018 11,539 6.68% 0 9,969 5.77% 0 5,108 2.96% 0 12,181 7.05% 1 9,448 5.47% 1 33,122 19.18% 2 54,287 31.43% 3 34,740 20.11% 2
2014 8,719 5.22% 0 6,496 3.89% 0 8,549 5.12% 0 9,051 5.42% 1 8,756 5.25% 1 35,697 21.38% 2 59,936 35.90% 4 24,728 14.81% 2
2010 8,266 5.16% 0 7,406 4.62% 0 9,459 5.91% 1 9,154 5.72% 1 12,016 7.50% 1 43,462 27.14% 3 58,222 36.36% 4 9,992 6.24% 1
2006 10,186 6.87% 1 8,502 5.73% 0 6,308 4.25% 0 9,211 6.21% 1 12,076 8.14% 1 34,533 23.29% 2 59,014 39.79% 4 3,717 2.51% 0
2002 8,538 5.72% 1 11,957 8.01% 1 6,504 4.36% 0 13,010 8.71% 1 19,855 13.30% 1 18,488 12.38% 1 67,153 44.97% 5 1,690 1.13% 0
1998 7,043 4.68% 0 16,260 10.80% 1 6,547 4.35% 0 20,052 13.31% 1 6,791 4.51% 1 29,902 19.85% 2 61,841 41.06% 5
1994 9,938 6.05% 1 5,494 3.34% 0 7,659 4.66% 0 10,361 6.31% 1 11,837 7.20% 1 31,160 18.96% 2 84,194 51.24% 6
1991 11,135 6.85% 1 10,399 6.40% 1 4,530 2.79% 0 7,175 4.42% 0 15,734 9.69% 1 28,776 17.71% 2 71,610 44.08% 5
1988 15,279 9.62% 1 3,589 2.26% 0 7,149 4.50% 0 9,231 5.81% 1 20,175 12.71% 1 22,303 14.05% 2 79,629 50.16% 5
1985 17,480 10.45% 1 2,165 1.29% 0 8,847 5.29% 1 23,147 13.84% 1 28,515 17.04% 2 86,496 51.70% 6
1982 22,595 13.45% 1 2,587 1.54% 0 2,337 1.39% 0 9,285 5.53% 1 9,838 5.86% 1 32,525 19.36% 2 88,427 52.64% 6
1979 25,406 15.49% 2 1,741 1.06% 0 8,411 5.13% 1 17,622 10.74% 1 26,401 16.09% 2 82,811 50.48% 5
1976 34,361 21.00% 2 1,944 1.19% 0 7,110 4.35% 0 18,311 11.19% 1 18,936 11.57% 1 82,245 50.27% 5
1973 36,099 23.23% 3 2,216 1.43% 0 8,113 5.22% 1 14,060 9.05% 1 15,086 9.71% 1 78,965 50.81% 6
1970 26,440 17.79% 2 2,062 1.39% 0 7,097 4.78% 0 22,044 14.84% 2 10,796 7.27% 1 79,523 53.52% 6

2018Edit

Results of the 2018 general election held on 9 September 2018:[3]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 3,117 3,083 3,638 5,674 1,688 1,366 4,384 1,102 2,272 27,963 54,287 31.43% 3
Sweden Democrats 2,004 1,798 2,340 3,923 1,284 809 3,326 723 1,719 16,814 34,740 20.11% 2
Moderate Party 1,724 1,106 1,478 2,562 894 528 2,400 307 809 21,314 33,122 19.18% 2
Left Party 531 622 802 1,054 314 357 939 188 511 6,863 12,181 7.05% 1
Centre Party 629 328 532 1,105 459 214 1,761 191 250 6,070 11,539 6.68% 0
Christian Democrats 473 367 511 960 301 153 903 113 260 5,928 9,969 5.77% 0
Liberals 357 250 402 546 237 141 608 140 210 6,557 9,448 5.47% 1
Green Party 293 179 224 368 112 94 394 58 119 3,267 5,108 2.96% 0
Feminist Initiative 21 15 24 32 10 15 66 13 19 352 567 0.33% 0
Alternative for Sweden 26 33 30 68 20 22 53 2 22 241 517 0.30% 0
Citizens' Coalition 18 3 16 17 11 7 29 0 15 199 315 0.18% 0
Unity 7 7 17 9 5 10 13 2 6 82 158 0.09% 0
Independent Rural Party 5 15 6 15 8 9 29 18 6 39 150 0.09% 0
Pirate Party 9 3 17 19 14 6 23 2 0 57 150 0.09% 0
Direct Democrats 7 5 12 19 2 3 9 3 13 76 149 0.09% 0
Nordic Resistance Movement 3 6 3 7 5 4 3 2 1 49 83 0.05% 0
Christian Values Party 0 2 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 67 75 0.04% 0
Animal Party 4 0 4 5 4 2 5 0 4 37 65 0.04% 0
Classical Liberal Party 1 2 2 0 1 0 5 1 4 18 34 0.02% 0
Basic Income Party 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 13 0.01% 0
Communist Party of Sweden 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 12 13 0.01% 0
Initiative 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 9 0.01% 0
NY Reform 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.00% 0
European Workers Party 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0.00% 0
Scania Party 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00% 0
Parties not on the ballot 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 7 19 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 9,233 7,825 10,063 16,390 5,370 3,742 14,958 2,865 6,241 96,032 172,719 100.00% 9
Invalid votes – unregistered parties 7 1 6 5 0 0 3 1 1 24 48 0.03%
Blank votes 94 96 102 148 70 56 167 26 56 752 1,567 0.90%
Invalid votes – other 5 11 2 11 3 5 7 3 7 55 109 0.06%
Total Polled 9,339 7,933 10,173 16,554 5,443 3,803 15,135 2,895 6,305 96,863 174,443 86.69%
Registered Electors 10,678 9,411 11,855 19,264 6,167 4,386 17,160 3,392 7,407 111,495 201,215
Turnout 87.46% 84.29% 85.81% 85.93% 88.26% 86.71% 88.20% 85.35% 85.12% 86.88% 86.69%

The following candidates were elected:[4]Åsa Coenraads (M), 336 votes; Åsa Eriksson (S), 929 votes; Ann-Christine From Utterstedt (SD), 163 votes; Roger Haddad (L), 1,205 votes; Pia Nilsson (S), 2,000 votes; Jessica Polfjärd (M), 2,475 votes; Oscar Sjöstedt (S), 78 votes; Olle Thorell (S), 1,297 votes; and Vasiliki Tsouplaki (V), 799 votes.

2014Edit

Results of the 2014 general election held on 14 September 2014:[5]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 3,436 3,512 4,343 6,487 1,936 1,447 4,867 1,245 2,833 29,830 59,936 35.90% 4
Moderate Party 1,852 1,209 1,448 2,773 998 535 2,888 388 847 22,759 35,697 21.38% 2
Sweden Democrats 1,387 1,455 1,606 2,781 931 766 2,238 528 1,151 11,885 24,728 14.81% 2
Left Party 449 508 587 886 268 334 670 185 451 4,713 9,051 5.42% 1
Liberal People's Party 349 207 370 587 262 107 587 149 213 5,925 8,756 5.25% 1
Centre Party 498 195 369 965 384 163 1,600 187 232 4,126 8,719 5.22% 0
Green Party 469 326 389 632 193 161 678 86 213 5,402 8,549 5.12% 0
Christian Democrats 315 205 315 498 235 85 522 70 142 4,109 6,496 3.89% 0
Feminist Initiative 149 125 126 214 83 105 316 50 92 2,138 3,398 2.04% 0
Pirate Party 38 39 50 57 17 21 82 10 16 433 763 0.46% 0
Party of the Swedes 16 13 18 20 8 6 15 4 36 90 226 0.14% 0
Unity 5 4 14 6 4 10 12 1 3 108 167 0.10% 0
Animal Party 5 0 3 8 4 8 6 0 7 92 133 0.08% 0
Christian Values Party 0 0 1 9 1 3 6 0 0 74 94 0.06% 0
Independent Rural Party 1 8 2 6 4 10 29 4 2 9 75 0.04% 0
Direct Democrats 3 1 5 1 0 0 3 0 2 27 42 0.03% 0
Classical Liberal Party 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 14 23 0.01% 0
Communist Party of Sweden 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 10 0.01% 0
Health Party 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0.00% 0
Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0.00% 0
European Workers Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.00% 0
Socialist Justice Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.00% 0
Parties not on the ballot 3 1 6 7 4 3 9 1 3 32 69 0.04% 0
Valid Votes 8,975 7,809 9,655 15,938 5,332 3,766 14,529 2,909 6,245 91,781 166,939 100.00% 10
Blank votes 94 84 94 158 54 44 179 19 70 911 1,707 1.01%
Invalid votes 7 2 3 3 0 2 4 0 2 35 58 0.03%
Total Polled 9,076 7,895 9,752 16,099 5,386 3,812 14,712 2,928 6,317 92,727 168,704 85.17%
Registered Electors 10,649 9,457 11,618 19,195 6,249 4,435 17,077 3,447 7,474 108,479 198,080
Turnout 85.23% 83.48% 83.94% 83.87% 86.19% 85.95% 86.15% 84.94% 84.52% 85.48% 85.17%

The following candidates were elected:[6]Jonas Åkerlund (SD), 2 votes; Åsa Coenraads (M), 345 votes; Lars Eriksson (S), 1,028 votes; Roger Haddad (FP), 1,158 votes; Stig Henriksson (V), 776 votes; Stefan Jakobsson (SD), 2 votes; Pia Nilsson (S), 1,716 votes; Jessica Polfjärd (M), 2,266 votes; Olle Thorell (S), 1,537 votes; and Anna Wallén (S), 1,907 votes.

2010Edit

Results of the 2010 general election held on 19 September 2010:[7]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 3,218 3,374 4,325 6,369 1,840 1,582 4,716 1,336 3,026 28,436 58,222 36.36% 4
Moderate Party 2,259 1,611 1,881 3,648 1,420 747 3,706 512 1,196 26,482 43,462 27.14% 3
Liberal People's Party 582 369 558 831 362 176 849 229 349 7,711 12,016 7.50% 1
Sweden Democrats 512 587 521 1,087 370 274 896 198 432 5,115 9,992 6.24% 1
Green Party 535 384 437 792 260 217 826 157 254 5,597 9,459 5.91% 1
Left Party 487 672 668 1,053 294 411 676 217 485 4,191 9,154 5.72% 1
Centre Party 496 258 321 998 358 172 1,589 189 171 3,714 8,266 5.16% 0
Christian Democrats 387 281 395 608 249 108 689 86 177 4,426 7,406 4.62% 0
Pirate Party 56 51 47 101 40 25 107 15 26 645 1,113 0.70% 0
Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party 8 1 5 3 0 2 8 2 8 451 488 0.30% 0
Feminist Initiative 10 8 12 34 8 13 14 1 8 191 299 0.19% 0
Rural Democrats 6 2 16 9 2 1 1 5 1 24 67 0.04% 0
Party of the Swedes 3 0 9 1 0 0 0 1 19 22 55 0.03% 0
National Democrats 0 1 0 6 0 0 3 0 1 15 26 0.02% 0
Communist Party of Sweden 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 17 22 0.01% 0
Unity 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 16 22 0.01% 0
Classical Liberal Party 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 14 20 0.01% 0
Freedom Party 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 13 0.01% 0
Spirits Party 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.00% 0
Norrland Coalition Party 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0.00% 0
European Workers Party 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00% 0
Parties not on the ballot 2 1 2 3 1 0 3 1 3 19 35 0.02% 0
Valid Votes 8,565 7,605 9,203 15,546 5,206 3,729 14,084 2,950 6,159 87,096 160,143 100.00% 11
Blank votes 131 130 130 162 82 67 207 22 98 912 1,941 1.20%
Invalid votes 0 4 6 10 4 2 3 4 4 45 82 0.05%
Total Polled 8,696 7,739 9,339 15,718 5,292 3,798 14,294 2,976 6,261 88,053 162,166 84.35%
Registered Electors 10,407 9,422 11,336 19,025 6,243 4,514 16,960 3,527 7,498 103,326 192,258
Turnout 83.56% 82.14% 82.38% 82.62% 84.77% 84.14% 84.28% 84.38% 83.50% 85.22% 84.35%

The following candidates were elected:[8]Staffan Anger (M), 1,015 votes; Åsa Coenraads (M), 441 votes; Roger Haddad (FP), 1,146 votes; Agneta Luttropp (MP), 267 votes; Pia Nilsson (S), 1,584 votes; Sven-Erik Österberg (S), 4,154 votes; Kent Persson (V), 431 votes; Jessica Polfjärd (M), 2,473 votes; Margareta Sandstedt (SD), 67 votes; Olle Thorell (S), 799 votes; and Anna Wallén (S), 1,351 votes.

2006Edit

Results of the 2006 general election held on 17 September 2006:[9]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 3,453 3,611 4,213 6,572 1,924 1,562 4,650 1,347 3,056 28,626 59,014 39.79% 4
Moderate Party 1,733 1,291 1,375 2,897 1,161 573 3,011 399 813 21,280 34,533 23.29% 2
Liberal People's Party 542 372 507 813 302 158 824 157 335 8,066 12,076 8.14% 1
Centre Party 725 322 458 1,254 539 233 1,872 256 271 4,256 10,186 6.87% 1
Left Party 525 683 648 966 287 442 745 254 475 4,186 9,211 6.21% 1
Christian Democrats 423 334 620 728 280 117 854 106 238 4,802 8,502 5.73% 0
Green Party 316 220 316 486 183 147 463 95 175 3,907 6,308 4.25% 0
Sweden Democrats 201 165 243 490 157 107 355 82 142 1,775 3,717 2.51% 0
Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party 14 16 53 43 4 19 30 18 38 1,044 1,279 0.86% 0
Pirate Party 90 48 58 93 32 31 98 11 38 591 1,090 0.74% 0
June List 107 36 56 91 49 22 85 11 52 395 904 0.61% 0
Feminist Initiative 38 25 15 58 22 31 25 21 9 347 591 0.40% 0
National Democrats 8 55 12 26 7 11 48 7 6 259 439 0.30% 0
Health Care Party 6 50 5 14 10 48 22 3 12 48 218 0.15% 0
National Socialist Front 19 1 1 7 3 2 0 0 0 25 58 0.04% 0
The Communists 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 39 44 0.03% 0
Unity 0 1 1 4 2 0 7 3 2 16 36 0.02% 0
New Future 4 1 2 5 0 3 1 2 0 11 29 0.02% 0
People's Will 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 3 9 0.01% 0
Socialist Justice Party 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 0.00% 0
Freedom of the Justice Party 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 0.00% 0
Unique Party 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 4 0.00% 0
Active Democracy 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0.00% 0
Classical Liberal Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0.00% 0
Democratic Party of New Swedes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.00% 0
European Workers Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.00% 0
Kvinnokraft 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.00% 0
Partiet.se 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00% 0
Other parties 0 4 2 3 0 0 3 1 1 16 30 0.02% 0
Valid Votes 8,207 7,237 8,588 14,556 4,963 3,507 13,100 2,773 5,664 79,704 148,299 100.00% 9
Blank votes 166 136 198 324 92 90 314 44 118 1,822 3,304 2.18%
Invalid votes 0 2 0 7 2 0 7 1 0 30 49 0.03%
Total Polled 8,373 7,375 8,786 14,887 5,057 3,597 13,421 2,818 5,782 81,556 151,652 80.75%
Registered Electors 10,340 9,417 11,076 18,870 6,234 4,519 16,577 3,554 7,385 99,834 187,806
Turnout 80.98% 78.32% 79.32% 78.89% 81.12% 79.60% 80.96% 79.29% 78.29% 81.69% 80.75%

The following candidates were elected:[10]Staffan Anger (M), 953 votes; Agneta Berliner (FP), 672 votes; Margareta Israelsson (S), 1,234 votes; Jörgen Johansson (C), 789 votes; Pia Nilsson (S), 1,252 votes; Sven-Erik Österberg (S), 2,878 votes; Kent Persson (V), 454 votes; Jessica Polfjärd (M), 1,890 votes; and Olle Thorell (S), 580 votes.

2002Edit

Results of the 2002 general election held on 15 September 2002:[11]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 3,622 3,838 4,361 3,174 6,853 2,184 1,730 5,143 1,450 3,241 31,557 67,153 44.97% 5
Liberal People's Party 1,006 581 817 659 1,442 562 281 1,427 185 487 12,408 19,855 13.30% 1
Moderate Party 953 747 696 749 1,546 586 311 1,484 210 404 10,802 18,488 12.38% 1
Left Party 723 997 886 655 1,395 398 601 928 348 646 5,433 13,010 8.71% 1
Christian Democrats 683 441 696 825 959 409 175 1,212 143 312 6,102 11,957 8.01% 1
Centre Party 564 286 361 1,326 979 428 189 1,612 225 214 2,354 8,538 5.72% 1
Green Party 429 261 277 274 457 173 145 544 105 197 3,642 6,504 4.36% 0
Sweden Democrats 80 75 162 107 127 26 15 149 15 52 882 1,690 1.13% 0
Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party 29 19 42 13 46 6 19 73 4 18 796 1,065 0.71% 0
National Democrats 8 36 13 6 71 18 12 13 7 8 188 380 0.25% 0
New Future 49 0 5 33 42 20 0 5 0 3 26 183 0.12% 0
The Communists 0 9 17 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 130 161 0.11% 0
Socialist Party 11 1 0 1 104 4 1 0 1 1 2 126 0.08% 0
Norrbotten Party 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 19 26 0.02% 0
Unity 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 7 0.00% 0
Socialist Justice Party 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00% 0
Other parties 10 9 9 9 25 5 9 9 11 14 67 177 0.12% 0
Valid Votes 8,169 7,301 8,345 7,833 14,046 4,820 3,489 12,600 2,704 5,604 74,410 149,321 100.00% 10
Invalid votes 170 94 108 187 257 102 55 263 32 100 1,237 2,605 1.71%
Total Polled 8,339 7,395 8,453 8,020 14,303 4,922 3,544 12,863 2,736 5,704 75,647 151,926 78.45%
Registered Electors 10,448 9,503 10,966 10,189 18,502 6,137 4,500 16,426 3,532 7,332 96,130 193,665
Turnout 79.81% 77.82% 77.08% 78.71% 77.31% 80.20% 78.76% 78.31% 77.46% 77.80% 78.69% 78.45%

The following candidates were elected:[12]Kerstin Heinemann (FP), 1,226 votes; Stig Henriksson (V), 858 votes; Tomas Högström (M), 1,404 votes; Margareta Israelsson (S), 1,567 votes; Jörgen Johansson (C), 626 votes; Torsten Lindström (KD), 619 votes; Göran Magnusson (S), 977 votes; Sven-Erik Österberg (S), 2,539 votes; Paavo Vallius (S), 601 votes; and Mariann Ytterberg (S), 1,301 votes.

1998Edit

Results of the 1998 general election held on 20 September 1998:[13][14]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 3,602 3,706 4,349 3,001 6,431 1,943 1,594 4,633 1,388 3,075 28,119 61,841 41.06% 5
Moderate Party 1,535 1,201 1,220 1,262 2,327 928 513 2,442 333 701 17,440 29,902 19.85% 2
Left Party 1,161 1,462 1,416 990 2,356 667 946 1,434 510 1,080 8,030 20,052 13.31% 1
Christian Democrats 917 601 728 982 1,398 521 224 1,659 235 446 8,549 16,260 10.80% 1
Centre Party 444 208 322 1,166 820 352 183 1,361 195 158 1,834 7,043 4.68% 0
Liberal People's Party 349 238 292 211 464 190 103 490 60 206 4,188 6,791 4.51% 1
Green Party 510 243 319 321 514 216 149 689 123 212 3,251 6,547 4.35% 0
Other parties 71 81 99 95 265 75 44 145 32 71 1,195 2,173 1.44% 0
Valid Votes 8,589 7,740 8,745 8,028 14,575 4,892 3,756 12,853 2,876 5,949 72,606 150,609 100.00% 10
Invalid votes 206 126 189 244 309 114 93 401 31 146 1,823 3,682 2.39%
Total Polled 8,795 7,866 8,934 8,272 14,884 5,006 3,849 13,254 2,907 6,095 74,429 154,291 80.41%
Registered Electors 10,731 9,857 11,238 10,056 18,776 6,112 4,662 16,479 3,584 7,590 92,807 191,892
Turnout 81.96% 79.80% 79.50% 82.26% 79.27% 81.90% 82.56% 80.43% 81.11% 80.30% 80.20% 80.41%

The following candidates were elected:[15]Karin Falkmer (M), 1,558 votes; Kerstin Heinemann (FP), 709 votes; Lena Hjelm-Wallén (S), 6,146 votes; Tomas Högström (M), 2,015 votes; Margareta Israelsson (S), 600 votes; Magnus Jacobsson (KD), 3 votes; Tanja Linderborg (V), 1,318 votes; Göran Magnusson (S), 662 votes; Sven-Erik Österberg (S), 814 votes; and Mariann Ytterberg (S), 582 votes.

1994Edit

Results of the 1994 general election held on 18 September 1994:[16][17]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 4,842 5,285 6,094 3,986 8,840 2,634 2,355 6,180 1,934 4,225 37,819 84,194 51.24% 6
Moderate Party 1,660 1,237 1,251 1,261 2,510 980 525 2,581 356 732 18,067 31,160 18.96% 2
Liberal People's Party 623 465 510 361 827 324 170 870 115 341 7,231 11,837 7.20% 1
Left Party 635 623 841 460 1,384 387 510 665 251 633 3,972 10,361 6.31% 1
Centre Party 676 346 425 1,606 1,174 476 253 2,046 248 214 2,474 9,938 6.05% 1
Green Party 542 312 324 465 636 292 187 906 162 274 3,559 7,659 4.66% 0
Christian Democratic Unity 334 196 227 402 566 148 90 580 98 146 2,707 5,494 3.34% 0
New Democracy 93 94 130 87 149 76 36 156 15 93 1,043 1,972 1.20% 0
Other parties 105 113 136 25 242 60 31 140 31 80 728 1,691 1.03% 0
Valid Votes 9,510 8,671 9,938 8,653 16,328 5,377 4,157 14,124 3,210 6,738 77,600 164,306 100.00% 11
Invalid votes 173 101 131 143 194 91 66 319 30 78 1,115 2,441 1.46%
Total Polled 9,683 8,772 10,069 8,796 16,522 5,468 4,223 14,443 3,240 6,816 78,715 166,747 86.51%
Registered Electors 11,132 10,189 11,644 10,221 19,220 6,264 4,822 16,745 3,717 7,784 91,018 192,756
Turnout 86.98% 86.09% 86.47% 86.06% 85.96% 87.29% 87.58% 86.25% 87.17% 87.56% 86.48% 86.51%

1991Edit

Results of the 1991 general election held on 15 September 1991:[18][19]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 4,303 4,950 5,594 3,230 7,841 2,322 2,223 4,959 1,702 3,880 30,606 71,610 44.08% 5
Moderate Party 1,636 1,184 1,256 1,045 2,372 902 495 2,268 367 713 16,538 28,776 17.71% 2
Liberal People's Party 835 602 760 446 1,213 529 227 1,203 181 430 9,308 15,734 9.69% 1
New Democracy 507 561 790 738 951 377 241 1,428 199 473 5,956 12,221 7.52% 1
Centre Party 801 388 459 1,703 1,307 508 287 2,103 278 246 3,055 11,135 6.85% 1
Christian Democratic Unity 635 460 475 749 1,087 295 149 1,174 163 309 4,903 10,399 6.40% 1
Left Party 396 428 573 314 896 231 387 479 220 414 2,837 7,175 4.42% 0
Green Party 331 185 183 206 436 197 140 426 93 154 2,179 4,530 2.79% 0
Other parties 55 79 87 18 61 9 28 38 15 39 442 871 0.54% 0
Valid Votes 9,499 8,837 10,177 8,449 16,164 5,370 4,177 14,078 3,218 6,658 75,824 162,451 100.00% 11
Invalid votes 186 124 169 153 240 90 77 301 45 80 1,279 2,744 1.66%
Total Polled 9,685 8,961 10,346 8,602 16,404 5,460 4,254 14,379 3,263 6,738 77,103 165,195 85.94%
Registered Electors 11,220 10,416 11,979 10,077 19,311 6,258 4,910 16,578 3,771 7,807 89,893 192,220
Turnout 86.32% 86.03% 86.37% 85.36% 84.95% 87.25% 86.64% 86.74% 86.53% 86.31% 85.77% 85.94%

1988Edit

Results of the 1988 general election held on 18 September 1988:[20][21]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 4,689 5,531 6,059 3,603 8,477 2,543 2,404 5,619 1,929 4,240 34,535 79,629 50.16% 5
Moderate Party 1,319 946 1,081 759 1,742 643 414 1,835 272 523 12,769 22,303 14.05% 2
Liberal People's Party 981 770 956 664 1,593 635 281 1,638 184 569 11,904 20,175 12.71% 1
Centre Party 1,040 571 687 2,199 1,730 681 345 2,732 353 340 4,601 15,279 9.62% 1
Left Party – Communists 504 536 820 445 1,112 301 415 632 217 534 3,715 9,231 5.81% 1
Green Party 460 365 317 315 781 310 194 688 146 243 3,330 7,149 4.50% 0
Christian Democratic Unity 230 100 164 266 416 98 43 393 44 126 1,709 3,589 2.26% 0
Other parties 98 120 147 24 305 36 46 24 16 26 551 1,393 0.88% 0
Valid Votes 9,321 8,939 10,231 8,275 16,156 5,247 4,142 13,561 3,161 6,601 73,114 158,748 100.00% 10
Invalid votes 120 94 107 135 188 64 66 268 30 70 1,056 2,198 1.37%
Total Polled 9,441 9,033 10,338 8,410 16,344 5,311 4,208 13,829 3,191 6,671 74,170 160,946 84.98%
Registered Electors 11,043 10,473 12,064 9,875 19,360 6,070 4,819 16,219 3,753 7,711 87,998 189,385
Turnout 85.49% 86.25% 85.69% 85.16% 84.42% 87.50% 87.32% 85.26% 85.03% 86.51% 84.29% 84.98%

1985Edit

Results of the 1985 general election held on 15 September 1985:[22][23]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 5,241 6,032 6,539 3,823 9,359 2,712 2,626 5,860 2,103 4,507 37,694 86,496 51.70% 6
Moderate Party 1,595 1,242 1,430 1,075 2,202 899 512 2,479 360 692 16,029 28,515 17.04% 2
Liberal People's Party 1,206 916 1,092 880 1,785 722 344 2,021 264 676 13,241 23,147 13.84% 1
Centre Party 1,199 620 793 2,449 2,088 730 416 3,031 410 455 5,289 17,480 10.45% 1
Left Party – Communists 431 574 793 396 1,021 273 430 546 225 474 3,684 8,847 5.29% 1
Green Party 172 90 100 88 201 121 47 286 36 71 953 2,165 1.29% 0
Other parties 15 19 17 15 330 17 7 15 8 9 195 647 0.39% 0
Valid Votes 9,859 9,493 10,764 8,726 16,986 5,474 4,382 14,238 3,406 6,884 77,085 167,297 100.00% 11
Invalid votes 78 90 68 107 148 41 49 187 20 66 790 1,644 0.97%
Total Polled 9,937 9,583 10,832 8,833 17,134 5,515 4,431 14,425 3,426 6,950 77,875 168,941 89.73%
Registered Electors 11,029 10,587 12,038 9,856 19,313 6,063 4,890 16,046 3,782 7,590 87,081 188,275
Turnout 90.10% 90.52% 89.98% 89.62% 88.72% 90.96% 90.61% 89.90% 90.59% 91.57% 89.43% 89.73%

1982Edit

Results of the 1982 general election held on 19 September 1982:[24][25]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 5,381 6,385 6,832 4,009 9,736 2,784 2,809 5,912 2,092 4,705 37,782 88,427 52.64% 6
Moderate Party 1,762 1,476 1,569 1,205 2,496 973 533 2,728 357 761 18,665 32,525 19.36% 2
Centre Party 1,529 930 1,051 2,702 2,592 942 506 3,588 489 584 7,682 22,595 13.45% 1
Liberal People's Party 581 394 488 386 809 385 142 874 87 276 5,416 9,838 5.86% 1
Left Party – Communists 431 506 751 435 999 294 383 583 226 432 4,245 9,285 5.53% 1
Christian Democratic Unity 186 86 157 149 326 73 52 267 37 87 1,167 2,587 1.54% 0
Green Party 133 131 93 97 200 101 56 249 61 62 1,154 2,337 1.39% 0
K-Party 7 55 24 2 23 0 7 3 3 0 67 191 0.11% 0
Other parties 9 10 11 6 36 3 3 22 5 6 99 210 0.13% 0
Valid Votes 10,019 9,973 10,976 8,991 17,217 5,555 4,491 14,226 3,357 6,913 76,277 167,995 100.00% 11
Invalid votes 80 105 89 86 148 47 56 155 24 55 808 1,653 0.97%
Total Polled 10,099 10,078 11,065 9,077 17,365 5,602 4,547 14,381 3,381 6,968 77,085 169,648 91.63%
Registered Electors 11,004 10,866 12,012 9,970 18,959 5,979 4,985 15,768 3,660 7,420 84,522 185,145
Turnout 91.78% 92.75% 92.12% 91.04% 91.59% 93.69% 91.21% 91.20% 92.38% 93.91% 91.20% 91.63%

1979Edit

Results of the 1979 general election held on 16 September 1979:[26][27]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 5,021 6,177 6,558 3,793 9,122 2,665 2,744 5,569 2,003 4,368 34,791 82,811 50.48% 5
Moderate Party 1,500 1,148 1,264 846 2,018 786 489 2,077 292 625 15,356 26,401 16.09% 2
Centre Party 1,685 1,110 1,232 2,988 2,950 1,060 602 4,165 565 705 8,344 25,406 15.49% 2
Liberal People's Party 1,056 834 967 649 1,393 594 221 1,380 189 514 9,825 17,622 10.74% 1
Left Party – Communists 414 391 632 361 934 256 333 551 178 391 3,970 8,411 5.13% 1
Christian Democratic Unity 119 70 103 99 275 64 56 218 32 48 657 1,741 1.06% 0
Workers' Party – The Communists 26 90 53 2 22 0 29 0 8 44 86 360 0.22% 0
Communist Party of Sweden 16 13 7 4 34 3 7 9 6 6 232 337 0.21% 0
Other parties 16 31 46 16 63 13 27 57 10 38 650 967 0.59% 0
Valid Votes 9,853 9,864 10,862 8,758 16,811 5,441 4,508 14,026 3,283 6,739 73,911 164,056 100.00% 11
Invalid votes 50 48 54 47 103 40 30 104 26 30 454 986 0.60%
Total Polled 9,903 9,912 10,916 8,805 16,914 5,481 4,538 14,130 3,309 6,769 74,365 165,042 90.74%
Registered Electors 10,878 10,744 11,940 9,763 18,741 5,902 4,958 15,485 3,641 7,234 82,593 181,879
Turnout 91.04% 92.26% 91.42% 90.19% 90.25% 92.87% 91.53% 91.25% 90.88% 93.57% 90.04% 90.74%

1976Edit

Results of the 1976 general election held on 19 September 1976:[28][29]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 4,887 6,198 6,442 3,690 9,051 2,508 2,708 5,543 2,057 4,180 34,981 82,245 50.27% 5
Centre Party 2,314 1,564 1,791 3,360 3,915 1,377 829 4,876 703 903 12,729 34,361 21.00% 2
Moderate Party 1,114 850 959 581 1,494 485 352 1,528 215 421 10,937 18,936 11.57% 1
People's Party 1,020 825 921 671 1,384 652 244 1,458 163 449 10,524 18,311 11.19% 1
Left Party – Communists 332 464 565 337 676 233 260 377 154 386 3,326 7,110 4.35% 0
Christian Democratic Unity 107 64 129 109 306 54 35 186 43 51 860 1,944 1.19% 0
Communist Party of Sweden 13 27 27 14 64 14 9 24 12 20 307 531 0.32% 0
Other parties 2 2 18 0 23 2 1 4 0 11 107 170 0.10% 0
Valid Votes 9,789 9,994 10,852 8,762 16,913 5,325 4,438 13,996 3,347 6,421 73,771 163,608 100.00% 9
Invalid votes 36 34 27 25 69 21 15 51 4 16 309 607 0.37%
Total Polled 9,825 10,028 10,879 8,787 16,982 5,346 4,453 14,047 3,351 6,437 74,080 164,215 91.69%
Registered Electors 10,573 10,816 11,787 9,710 18,522 5,736 4,827 15,180 3,627 6,819 81,494 179,091
Turnout 92.93% 92.71% 92.30% 90.49% 91.69% 93.20% 92.25% 92.54% 92.39% 94.40% 90.90% 91.69%

1973Edit

Results of the 1973 general election held on 16 September 1973:[30][31]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Swedish Social Democratic Party 4,810 6,027 6,250 3,534 8,711 2,449 2,654 5,271 1,984 3,976 33,299 78,965 50.81% 6
Centre Party 2,319 1,618 1,873 3,255 3,791 1,228 760 4,805 639 919 14,892 36,099 23.23% 3
Moderate Party 980 791 752 438 1,175 391 287 1,284 197 318 8,473 15,086 9.71% 1
People's Party 866 719 718 587 1,076 518 192 1,156 144 303 7,781 14,060 9.05% 1
Left Party – Communists 404 527 703 394 857 274 278 404 166 463 3,643 8,113 5.22% 1
Christian Democratic Unity 91 78 118 110 362 55 57 155 46 78 1,066 2,216 1.43% 0
Communist Party of Sweden 15 46 40 43 94 10 16 48 25 20 323 680 0.44% 0
Communist League Marxist–Leninists (the revolutionaries) 0 6 4 2 14 4 1 4 0 1 120 156 0.10% 0
Other parties 1 0 1 3 11 2 0 2 0 2 21 43 0.03% 0
Valid Votes 9,486 9,812 10,459 8,366 16,091 4,931 4,245 13,129 3,201 6,080 69,618 155,418 100.00% 12
Invalid votes 27 18 21 12 40 5 7 27 2 9 156 324 0.21%
Total Polled 9,513 9,830 10,480 8,378 16,131 4,936 4,252 13,156 3,203 6,089 69,774 155,742 90.77%
Registered Electors 10,377 10,649 11,396 9,367 17,810 5,329 4,642 14,411 3,495 6,480 77,627 171,583
Turnout 91.67% 92.31% 91.96% 89.44% 90.57% 92.63% 91.60% 91.29% 91.65% 93.97% 89.88% 90.77%

1970Edit

Results of the 1970 general election held on 20 September 1970:[32][33]

Party Votes per municipality Total Votes % Seats
Arboga Fager
-sta
Hall
-staha
-mmar
Heby Köping Kungs
-ör
Nor
-berg
Sala Skinns
-katte
-berg
Sura
-ham
-mar
Väste
-rås
Postal
Votes
Swedish Social Democratic Party 4,278 5,467 5,779 3,408 8,103 2,317 2,377 4,492 1,869 3,598 29,313 8,522 79,523 53.52% 6
Centre Party 1,275 895 1,161 2,791 2,596 924 551 3,841 477 582 8,515 2,832 26,440 17.79% 2
People's Party 948 918 901 749 1,415 605 245 1,448 224 406 9,963 4,222 22,044 14.84% 2
Moderate Party 450 371 476 378 696 243 204 858 131 179 3,947 2,863 10,796 7.27% 1
Left Party – Communists 287 443 586 324 584 213 203 237 158 406 2,906 750 7,097 4.78% 0
Christian Democratic Unity 83 74 117 109 278 43 56 109 34 47 745 367 2,062 1.39% 0
Communist League Marxists-Leninists 13 16 26 19 124 1 16 87 2 18 134 161 617 0.42% 0
Other parties 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 8 0.01% 0
Valid Votes 7,334 8,184 9,046 7,778 13,797 4,346 3,652 11,072 2,895 5,236 55,526 19,721 148,587 100.00% 11
Invalid votes 16 12 16 9 9 6 3 16 2 7 68 88 252 0.17%
Total Polled 7,350 8,196 9,062 7,787 13,806 4,352 3,655 11,088 2,897 5,243 55,594 19,809 148,839
Postal Votes 1,069 1,560 1,153 670 2,421 593 546 1,429 326 703 9,300 -19,809 -39
Total Polled 8,419 9,756 10,215 8,457 16,227 4,945 4,201 12,517 3,223 5,946 64,894 0 148,800 87.87%
Registered Electors 9,449 10,883 11,323 9,705 18,465 5,424 4,735 14,253 3,559 6,466 75,071 169,333
Turnout 89.10% 89.64% 90.21% 87.14% 87.88% 91.17% 88.72% 87.82% 90.56% 91.96% 86.44% 87.87%

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