Voter turnout in Moscow on the second day of the municipal elections, September 10, was 25.5%. The election observation headquarters in the capital in 2022 reports this on its Telegram channel.
In the traditional way, 387,617 voters in Moscow voted with paper ballots at 20:00 , – the statement of the deputy chairman of the Moscow City Electoral Committee Dmitry Reut is given in the channel.
In turn, 1,444,952 residents of the capital took part in online voting.
Elections at various levels in the country are held within the framework of a single voting day from 9 to 11 September. In some regions, including Moscow, you can vote electronically. In the capital, elections this year will be held in 125 out of 146 municipalities.
Earlier, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov voted in the election of Moscow municipal deputies. Both politicians did it online. At the same time, this is not the first time the head of the Cabinet has used the electronic method of voting.