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CEC: Number of Voters 3,429,748
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 10 Jun.'14 / 16:28

Number of voters stands at 3,429,748, according to the data released by the Central Election Commission (CEC) on June 9.

This updated number of voters is 61,357 less compared to initial figure released in April by the CEC, which compiles the list based on data provided by the state services development agency of the Ministry of Justice. The figure stood at 3,537,719 ahead of last year’s presidential election and at 3,613,851 ahead of 2012 parliamentary elections.
 
Kutaisi is the largest constituency with 153,537 voters, followed by Tbilisi’s Samgori and Gldani districts with 132,697 and 132,358 voters, respectively. The smallest constituencies are Kazbegi, a mountainous district in Mtskheta-Mtianeti region with 5,242 voters and Lentekhi in mountainous Racha-Lechkhumi region with 5,916 voters.

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

Tbilisi – 918,667

Samgori – 132,697
Gldani –132,358
Nadzaladevi – 125,880
Saburtalo – 117,607
Isani – 104,543
Vake – 93,014
Didube – 65,226
Chugureti – 56,118
Mtatsminda – 50,106
Krtsanisi – 41,118

Imereti Region – 548,240

Kutaisi – 153,537
Zestaponi – 56,108
Tskaltubo – 52,087
Samtredia – 47,321
Chiatura – 44,542
Sachkhere – 44,018
Terjola – 34,567
Vani – 26,284
Khoni – 23,484
Tkibuli – 23,184
Bagdati – 22,924
Kharagauli – 20,184

Kvemo Kartli Region – 391,902

Rustavi – 104,456
Marneuli – 96,000
Gardabani – 71,192
Bolnisi – 56,163
Dmanisi – 22,301
Tsalka – 20,997
Tetritskaro – 20,793

Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region – 346,335

Zugdidi – 120,028
Senaki – 40,932
Poti – 40,656
Martvili – 33,640
Tsalenjikha – 30,383
Khobi – 28,482
Chkhorotsku – 22,509
Abasha – 21,463
Mestia – 8,242

Kakheti Region – 307,800

Telavi – 55,912
Gurjaani – 54,147
Sagarejo – 45,533
Lagodekhi – 39,013
Signagi – 30,949
Akhmeta – 30,429
Kvareli – 29,195
Dedoplistskaro – 22,622

Adjara Autonomous Republic – 301,589

Batumi – 132,277
Kobuleti – 67,912
Khelvachauri – 46,719
Khulo – 23,915
Keda – 15,679
Shuakhevi – 15,087
 
Shida Kartli Region – 235,930

Gori – 109,517
Khashuri – 49,382
Kaspi – 39,868
Kareli – 37,163
 
Samtskhe-Javakheti Region – 145,260

Akhalkalaki – 38,016
Akhaltsikhe – 34,467
Borjomi – 26,681
Ninotsminda – 20,960
Adigeni – 15,426
Aspindza – 9,710

Guria Region – 112,092

Ozurgeti – 63,552
Lanchkhuti – 29,889
Chokhatauri – 18,651

Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region – 86,391
 
Mtskheta – 44,199
Dusheti – 26,057
Tianeti – 10,893
Kazbegi – 5,242

Racha-Lechkhumi Region – 35,542

Ambrolauri – 11,717
Tsageri – 11,425
Oni – 6,484
Lentekhi – 5,916

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