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CEC: Number of Voters 3.49 Million
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 19 Apr.'14 / 20:13

There are total of 3,491,105 voters in Georgia, according to figures released by the Central Election Commission (CEC) on April 19.

The figure stood at 3,537,719 ahead of last year’s presidential election and at 3,613,851 ahead of 2012 parliamentary elections.

Data released by the CEC also includes number of voters in each of the 73 election districts (number of districts will increase as several municipalities will be split).

The largest constituency is Kutaisi, Georgia’s second-largest city, with 155,605 voters, followed by Tbilisi’s Gldani and Samgori districts with 135,295 and 135,663 voters, respectively.

The smallest constituencies are Kazbegi, a mountainous district in Mtskheta-Mtianeti region with 5,314 voters and Lentekhi in mountainous Racha-Lechkhumi region with 5,946 voters.

Below is a breakdown of number of voters by regions and districts

Tbilisi – 935,543

Gldani – 135,295
Samgori – 135,663
Nadzaladevi – 127,684
Saburtalo – 119,265
Isani – 106,532
Vake – 94,214
Didube – 66,367
Chugureti – 57,369
Mtatsminda – 51,032
Krtsanisi – 42,122

Imereti region – 555,327

Kutaisi – 155,605
Zestaponi – 56,776
Tskaltubo – 53,062
Samtredia – 47,860
Chiatura – 45,119
Sachkhere – 44,487
Terjola – 34,841
Vani – 26,670
Khoni – 23,895
Tkibuli – 23,460
Baghdati – 23,181
Kharagauli – 20,371

Kvemo Kartli region – 403,597

Rustavi – 105,834
Marneuli – 98,524
Gardabani – 73,878
Bolnisi – 57,780
Tsalka – 23,173
Dmanisi – 22,833
Tetritskaro – 21,575

Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region – 355,962

Zugdidi – 125,029
Senaki – 42,019
Poti – 41,169
Martvili – 34,165
Tsalenjikha – 31,389
Khobi – 28,900
Chkhorotsku – 22,961
Abasha – 21,795
Mestia – 8,535

Kakheti region – 312,752

Telavi – 56,650
Gurjaani – 54,706
Sagarejo – 46,507
Lagodekhi – 39,837 
Signagi – 31,416 
Akhmeta – 30,917
Kvareli – 29,667
Dedoplistskaro – 23,052

Autonomous Republic of Adjara – 304,072

Batumi – 133,183
Kobuleti – 68,385
Khulo – 24,356
Khelvachauri – 47,112
Keda – 15,797
Shuakhevi – 15,239
 
Shida Kartli region – 237,658

Gori – 109,755
Khashuri – 49,887
Kaspi – 40,266
Kareli – 37,750
 
Samtskhe-Javakheti region – 149,346

Akhalkalaki – 35,102
Akhaltsikhe – 39,714
Borjomi – 27,229
Ninotsminda – 21,770
Adigeni – 15,686
Aspindza – 9,845

Guria region – 113,049

Ozurgeti – 64,089
Lanchkhuti – 30,133
Chokhatauri – 18,827

Mtskheta-Mtianeti region – 87,685

Mtskheta – 44,778
Tianeti – 11,057
Dusheti – 26,536
Kazbegi – 5,314

Racha-Lechkhumi region – 36,114

Ambrolauri – 11,861
Tsageri – 11,745
Oni – 6,562
Lentekhi – 5,946

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