Elbląg (parliamentary constituency)

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Elbląg Constituency
Polish: Okręg wyborczy Elbląg
for the National Assembly of the Republic of Poland
Outline map
Boundary of the Elbląg Constituency in Poland
for the 2011 general election.
Counties in
Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship
Bartoszyce, Braniewo, Działdowo, Elbląg, Iława, Lidzbark, Nowe Miasto, and Ostróda
City Counties in
Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship
Elbląg
Electoral Details
Senate District 33
Senators 2
Sjem District 34
Sejm Deputies 8
Constituency Overlaps
Voivodeship sejmik Warmian-Masurian Regional Assembly
European Parliament constituency Podlaskie and Warmian-Masurian

Elbląg is a Polish parliamentary constituency in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. It elects eight members of the Sejm and two members of the Senate.

The district has the number '34' for elections to the Sejm and '33' for elections to the Senate and is named after the city of Elbląg. It includes the counties of Bartoszyce, Braniewo, Działdowo, Elbląg, Iława, Lidzbark, Nowe Miasto, and Ostróda, and the city county of Elbląg.

List of members[edit]

Senate[edit]

Member Party Term
Stanisław Gorczyca Civic Platform
Sławomir Sadowski Law and Justice

Sejm[edit]

Member Party Term
Zbigniew Babalski Law and Justice
Piotr Cieśliński Civic Platform 2009–[A]
Witold Gintowt-Dziewałtowski Democratic Left Alliance
Leonard Krasulski Law and Justice
Tadeusz Naguszewski Civic Platform
Miron Sycz Civic Platform
Stanisław Żelichowski Polish People's Party
Adam Żyliński Civic Platform
^A Cieśliński replaced Krzysztof Lisek on 26 June 2009.

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