Growing Pains: Russian Democracy and the Election of 1993

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Appendix 15-1. Electoral Outcomes in Saratov Oblast
CandidatePartisan affiliationaEmploymentPercent of vote
received
Balakovo District, 155
Sergeyenkov Independent ( Russia's
Choice)
Assistant chair, city soviet 19.8
Yul'yankin Independent ( KPRF) Assistant raion administrator 19.7
Bogdanov Independent ( LDPR) Director of Industrialists, Volsk 17.8
Uglev Independent ( Russia's
Choice)
Academic researcher 9.0
Sergun Yabloko Assistant director, firm
(alternative)
Withdrew
(13.9)
Balashov District, 156
Dorovskikh LDPR Lawyer 30.4
Kondrat'ev Yabloko Instructor, Saratov Agricultural
Institute
29.0
Isayev ( Russia's
Choice)
Independent Government, vice minister 21.5
Saratov District, 157
Gordeyev Independent Director, Germiz 19.7
Motornyi Russia's Choice President of private company 15.7
Zaitsev Independent Chairman of the board of
directors, Germiz
13.9
Fedotov Civic Union Director, joint stock company,
Valzhonka
11.0
Nikitin Yabloko Lawyer 5.7
Kail' Independent Director, Saratov energy plant 4.7
Kamshilov Independent Chair, privatization fund of
Saratov
3.0
Gubkin Independent ( NPSR) Retired 2.5
Portnov PRES Director, Saratov Development
Fund
Withdrew
Engels District, 158
Lysenko NRPR Journalist 23.5
Mironov Independent ( KPRF) Professor 16.8
Malkov Independent Assistant raion administrator 10.9
Chernyshev Independent Instructor 7.6
Yastrebov Yabloko Student, Saratov Technological
Institute
7.4
Malayev Independent Professor, Saratov Law Institute 7.1
Markov Russia's Choice Assistant chair, Engels
Privatization Fund
6.5
Veshnev PRES Instructor 4.0
Federation Council
Belikh Independent Governor, Saratov oblast 30.8
Ayatskov Independent Vice mayor, Saratov
city
29.6
Kitov Independent Mayor, Saratov city 27.0
Davydov Russia's Choice Director, private enterprise 23.7
Source: Unpublished data received by the author from regional officials in 1995.
a.In cases in which the candidate ran as an independent but was openly supported by a party, the party is identified
in parentheses.

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