Election results in 2004

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January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

March 7: Greece[edit]

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Greece
Summary of the 7 March 2004 Hellenic Parliament election results Votes Seats
No. +− % No. +−
  New Democracy Kostas Karamanlis 3,359,058 45.4 +2.7 165 +39
  Panhellenic Socialist Movement George Papandreou 3,002,531 40.5 -3.2 117 −40
Communist Party of Greece Aleka Papariga 436,573 5.9 +0.4 12 +1
Coalition of the Radical Left Nikos Konstantopoulos 241,539 3.3 +0.1 6 0
Popular Orthodox Rally Georgios Karatzaferis 162,103 2.2 - 0 -
Democratic Social Movement Dimitris Tsovolas 132,750 1.8 -0.9 0 -
Union of Centrists Vassilis Leventis 19,531 0.3 +0 0 -
Radical Left Front 11,261 0.2 +0 0 -
Communist Party of Greece (Marxist-Leninist) 10,764 0.2 +0 0 -
Anti-Capitalist Coalition 8,313 0.1 - 0 -
Hellenic Front Makis Voridis 6,751 0.1 - 0 -
Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Greece 4,846 0.1 +0 0 -
Militant Socialist Party of Greece 3,180 0.0 +0 0 -
Liberal Party Manolis Kalligiannis 2,658 0.0 - 0 -
Organization for the Reconstruction of the Communist Party of Greece 2,099 0.0 +0 0 -
Independent candidates 892 0.01 -
Christopistia 95 0.0 -
No. of valid votes 7,404,934 100,00   300  
Invalid votes 166,667  
Total 7,571,601
(75.6%)

March 14: Russia[edit]

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politics and government of
Russia
e • d 14 March 2004 Russian presidential election results
Candidates Nominating parties Votes %
Vladimir Putin self-nominated, but supported by United Russia 49,565,238 71.31
Nikolay Kharitonov Communist Party of the Russian Federation,

but a member of Agrarian Party of Russia

9,513,313 13.69
Sergey Glazyev self-nominated, but supported by Rodina 2,850,063 4.10
Irina Khakamada self-nominated 2,671,313 3.84
Oleg Malyshkin Liberal Democratic Party of Russia 1,405,315 2.02
Sergey Mironov Russian Party of Life 524,324 0.75
Against all 2,396,219 3.45
TOTAL 68,925,785 100.00

March 14: Spain[edit]

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politics and government of
Spain
Foreign relations
e • d  Summary of the March 14, 2004 Congress of Deputies election results
Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes  % Swing 2000 2004 Change  % seats
Spanish Socialist Workers' Party PSOE 9,439,415 36.46% +7.26 108 143 +35 40.86%
Socialists' Party of Catalonia PSC 1,586,748 6.13% +1.17 17 21 +4 6.00%
Total "Spanish Socialist Workers' Party" 11,026,163 42.59% +8.43 125 164 +39 46.86%
People's Party PP 9,635,491 37.22% −6.65 180 146 −34 41.71%
Navarrese People's Union UPN 127,653 0.49% −0.16 3 2 −1 0.57%
Total "People's Party" 9,763,144 37.71% −6.81 183 148 −35 42.28%
United Left IU 1,049,291 4.05% −1.40 8 3 −5 0.86%
Initiative for Catalonia Greens-United and Alternative Left ICV-EUiA 234,790 0.91% +0.40 1 2 +1 0.57%
Total "United Left" 1,284,081 4.96% −1.00 9 5 −4 1.43%
Convergence and Union CiU 835,471 3.23% −0.96 15 10 −5 2.86%
Republican Left of Catalonia ERC 652,196 2.52% +1.68 1 8 +7 2.29%
Basque Nationalist Party PNV 420,980 1.63% +0.10 7 7 ±0 2.00%
Canarian Coalition CC 235,221 0.91% −0.16 4 3 −1 0.86%
Galician Nationalist Bloc BNG 208,688 0.81% −0.51 3 2 −1 0.57%
Chunta Aragonesista CHA 94,252 0.36% +0.03 1 1 ±0 0.28%
Eusko Alkartasuna EA 80,905 0.31% −0.12 1 1 ±0 0.28%
Nafarroa Bai Na-Bai 61,045 0.24% New 1 New 0.28%
Other parties 821,358 3.17% −0.01 1 0 −1 0.00%
Blank votes 407,795 1.58% ±0.00
Total 25,891,299 100.00% 350 350 ±0 100.00%
Valid votes 25,891,299 98.99% −0.33
Invalid votes 264,137 1.01% +0.33
Turnout 26,155,436 75.66% +6.95
Abstentions 8,416,395 24.34% −6.95
Registered voters 34,571,831
Source: Ministerio del Interior de España
e • d Summary of the 14 March 2004 Senate of Spain elections results
Parties MPs
2000 2004 ±
PP 127 102 Decrease25
PSOE 53 81 Increase28
Entesa Catalana de Progrés 8 12 Increase4
CiU 8 4 Decrease4
EAJ-PNV 6 6 Steady0
CC 5 3 Decrease2
Independent Party of Lanzarote 1 0 Decrease1
Total elected 208 208 Steady0
Members appointed by the regional legislatures 51 51 Steady0
Total 259 259 Steady0
Source: Ministerio del Interior de España

March 20: Republic of China (Taiwan)[edit]

e • d Summary of the 20 March 2004 Republic of China presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes % Votes
before recount
Chen Shui-bian and Annette Lu Hsiu-lien
6,446,900 50.11 Vote1.png 6,471,970
Lien Chan and James Soong Chu-yu
6,423,906 49.89 6,442,452
Total (turnout 80.28 %) 12,914,422 100.0
Invalid votes 337,297
Votes cast 13,251,719

March 21: El Salvador[edit]

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politics and government of
El Salvador
e • d Summary of the 21 March 2004 Salvadoran presidential election results
Candidate, Party Votes %
Elías Antonio ("Tony") Saca González, Nationalist Republican Alliance (Alianza Republicana Nacionalista) 1,314,436 57.71%
Schafik Jorge Handal, Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional) 812,519 35.68%
Héctor Silva Argüello, United Democratic Centre-Christian Democratic Party (Centro Democrático Unido-Partido Demócrata Cristiano) 88,737 3.90%
José Rafael Machuca Zelaya, Party of National Conciliation (Partido de Conciliación Nacional) 61,781 2.71%
Total (turnout 67.3%) 2,277,473 100.00
Invalid votes 40,508
Total votes cast 2,317,981
Registered voters 3,442,330

March 21: Malaysia[edit]

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politics and government of
Malaysia
e • d Summary of the 21 March 2004 Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) election results
Votes % of vote Seats % of seats +/-
National Front (Barisan Nasional): 4,420,452 63.9 198 90.4 +51
   United Malays National Organization (Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu, UMNO) 2,483,249 35.9 109 49.8 +38
   Malaysian Chinese Association (Persatuan Cina Malaysia, MCA) 1,074,230 15.5 31 14.2 +2
   Malaysian Indian Congress (Kongres India Se-Malaysia, MIC) 221,546 3.2 9 4.1 +2
   Malaysian People's Movement Party (Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia, Gerakan) 257,763 3.7 10 4.6 +4
   United Traditional Bumiputera Party (Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu, PBB) 383,664 5.5 11 5.0 +5
   Sarawak United People's Party (Parti Rakyat Bersatu Sarawak, SUPP) 6 2.7
   Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (Parti Demokratik Progresif Sarawak, SAPP) 4 1.8
   United Sabah Party (Parti Bersatu Sabah, PBS) 4 1.8
   United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Pertubuhan Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Bersatu, UPKO) 4 1.8
   Sabah Progressive Party (Parti Maju Sabah, SAPP) 2 0.9
   United Sabah People's Party (Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah) 1 0.5
   People's Progressive Party (Parti Progresif Penduduk Malaysia, PPP) 1 0.5
   Liberal Democratic Party (Parti Liberal Demokratik, LDP)
Democratic Action Party (Parti Tindakan Demokratik, DAP) 687,340 9.9 12 5.5 +2
Alternative Front (Barisan Alternatif) coalition: 1,668,998 24.1 8 3.7 -24
   Islamic Party of Malaysia (Parti Islam SeMalaysia, PAS) 1,051,480 15.2 7 3.2 -20
   People's Justice Party (Parti Keadilan Rakyat, PKR) 617,518 8.9 1 0.5 -4
Non partisans (and others) 139,438 2.1 1 0.5% -2
Overall total 6,916,138 100.0 219 100.0 +26
Source: The Star, Kuala Lumpur

March 23: Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

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politics and government of
Antigua and Barbuda
e • d Summary of House of Representatives of Antigua and Barbuda election results, 23 March 2004 [1] [2] [3]
  Party Leader Seats Seats ± Seats % Seats % ± Votes Votes % Votes % ±
United Progressive Party Baldwin Spencer 12 +8 70.6 +47.1 21,890 55.5 +11.0
Antigua Labour Party Lester Bird 4 -8 23.5 -47.1 16,534 41.9 -11.0
Barbuda People's Movement Hilbourne Frank 1 0 5.9 0 408 1.0 -0.3
Barbuda People's Movement for Change Arthur Nibbs 0 0 394 1.0
Independent 0 0 0 0 209 0.5 -0.6
Total 17 0 100 39,435 100

March 28: Georgia[edit]

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politics and government of
Georgia

Georgian presidential election, 2004

e • d Summary of the 28 March 2004 Georgian Parliament election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
National Movement – Democrats (Nats'ionaluri Modzraoba – Demokratebi, ერთიანი ნაციონალური მოძრაობა) 1,027,070 67.0 135
Rightist Opposition (Memarjvene Opozits'ia, მემარჯვენე ოპოზიცია)
  • New Rightists (Akhali Memarjveneebi, ახალი მემარჯვენეები)
  • Industry Will Save Georgia (Mretsveloba Gadaarchens Sak'art'velos, მრეწველობა გადაარჩენს საქართველოს))
116,282 7.6 15
Democratic Union for Revival (Demokratiuli Aghordzinebis kavshiri, დემოკრატიული აღორძინების პავშირი)   6.0 -
Georgian Labour Party (Sakartvelos Leiboristuli Partia, საქართველოს ლეიბორისტული პარტია)   5.8 -
Freedom Movement (Tavisupleba, თავისუფლება)   4.2 -
National Democratic Alliance (Erovnul Demokratiuli Aliansi)   2.5 -
Jumber Patiashvili – Unity   2.4 -
Members elected in single-seat constituencies (November 2003)     75
members representing displaced persons from the separatist region of Abkhazia     10
Total 1,518,751   235
Source: German Wikipedia and Civil.ge.

March 28: Guinea-Bissau[edit]

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politics and government of
Guinea-Bissau
e • d Summary of the 28 March 2004 National People's Assembly of Guinea-Bissau election results
Parties Votes % Seats
African Independence Party of Guinea and Cape Verde (Partido Africano da Independência de Guiné e Cabo Verde) 145,316 33.88 45
Party for Social Renewal (Partido para a Renovaçao Social) 113,656 26.50 35
United Social Democratic Party (Partido Unido Social Democrático) 75,485 17.60 17
United Platform (Plataforma Unida) 20,700 4.83 -
Electoral Union (União Eleitoral) 18,354 4.28 2
Democratic Socialist Party (Partido Democrático Socialista) 8,789 2.05 -
Union for Change (União para a Mudança) 8,621 2.01 -
Resistance of Guinea-Bissau-Bafatá Movement (Resistência da Guiné-Bissau-Movimento Bafatá) 7,918 1.85 -
National Unity Party (Partido da Unidade Nacional) 6,260 1.46 -
United People's Alliance (Aliança Popular Unida) 5,817 1.36 1
National Union for Democracy and Progress (União Nacional para a Democracia e o Progresso) 5,042 1.18 -
Guinean Civic Forum-Social Democracy (Fórum Cívico Guineense-Social Democracia) 4,209 0.98 -
Guinean Democratic Movement (Movimento Democrático Guineense) 4,202 0.98 -
Manifest Party of the People (Partido do Manifesto do Povo) 3,402 0.79 -
Socialist Party of Guinea-Bissau (Partido Socialista da Guiné-Bissau) 1,167 0.27 -
Total (turnout 76.2%) 428,937 100.00 100
Registered voters 603,639
Total votes cast 460,254
Invalid votes 31,317
Source: African Elections Database

April[edit]

April 2: Sri Lanka[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Sri Lanka
e • d Summary of the 2004 Sri Lankan parliamentary election
Alliances and parties Votes % Change Seats
District National Total Change
  United People's Freedom Alliance 4,223,970 45.60 -0.01 92 13 105 +12
  United National Front1 3,504,200 37.83 -7.73 71 11 82 -27
  Tamil National Alliance3 633,654 6.84 +2.95 20 2 22 +7
  Jathika Hela Urumaya 554,076 5.97 +5.40 7 2 9 +9
  Sri Lanka Muslim Congress2 186,876 2.02 +0.87 4 1 5 -
  Up-Country People's Front 49,728 0.54 +0.54 1 0 1 +1
  Eelam People's Democratic Party 24,955 0.27 -0.54 1 0 1 -1
  Independent lists 15,865 0.17 * 0 0 0
National Development Front 14,956 0.16 +0.14 0 0 0
  United Socialist Party 14,660 0.16 +0.06 0 0 0
Ceylon Democratic Unity Alliance 10,736 0.12 0 0 0
  New Left Front 8,461 0.09 -0.42 0 0 0
  Democratic People's Liberation Front 7,326 0.08 -0.10 0 0 0 -1
United Muslim People's Alliance 3,779 0.04 0 0 0
United Lalith Front 3,773 0.04 +0.00 0 0 0
National People's Party 1,540 0.02 0 0 0
  Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya 1,401 0.02 +0.00 0 0 0
Swarajya 1,136 0.01 0 0 0
  Sri Lanka Progressive Front 814 0.01 +0.00 0 0 0
Ruhuna People's Party 590 0.01 +0.00 0 0 0
Sri Lanka National Front 493 0.01 +0.00 0 0 0
Liberal Party 413 0.00 -0.01 0 0 0
Sri Lanka Muslim Party 382 0.00 -0.01 0 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 159 0.00 +0.00 0 0 0
Democratic United National Front 141 0.00 -0.01 0 0 0
Valid Votes 9,262,732 100.00 - 196 29 225 -
Rejected Votes 534,948
Total Polled 9,797,680
Registered Electors 12,899,139
Turnout 75.96%
Source: Department of Elections, Sri Lanka
1. The UNF contested under the name and symbol of United National Party.
2. The SLMC contested separately in four districts (Ampara, Batticaloa, Jaffna and Trincomalee) and with the UNF in all other districts.
3. The TNA contested under the name and symbol of Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi.

April 3 and April 17: Slovakia[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Slovakia
e • d Summary of the 3 and 17 April 2004 Slovakia presidential election results
Candidate Nominating party Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Ivan Gašparovič Movement for Democracy, endorsed by Direction – Social Democracy and People's Union 442,564 22.3 1,079,592 59.9
Vladimír Mečiar People's Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia 650,242 32.7 722,368 40.1
Eduard Kukan Slovak Democratic and Christian Union 438,920 22.1
Rudolf Schuster independent, endorsed by the Communist Party of Slovakia 147,549 7.4
František Mikloško Christian Democratic Movement, endorsed by the Party of the Hungarian Coalition 129,414 6.5
Martin Bútora independent 129,387 6.5
Ján Králik Party of the Democratic Left 15,873 0.8
Jozef Kalman Left Bloc 10,221 0.5
Július Kubík independent 7,734 0.4
Jozef Šesták independent 6,785 0.3
Stanislav Bernát independent 5,719 0.3
Ľubo Roman Alliance of the New Citizen, withdrew his candidature on March 15 - -
Total - 1,986,214 100 1,801,960 100

April 5: Indonesia[edit]

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politics and government of
Indonesia
Pancasila (national philosophy)
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d  Summary of the 5 April 2004 Indonesian People's Representative Council election results
Parties Votes % Seats % +/−
Party of the Functional Groups (Partai Golongan Karya, Golkar) 24,480,757 21.58 128 23.27 +8
Indonesian Democratic Party – Struggle (Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan, PDI–P) 21,026,629 18.53 109 19.82 −44
National Awakening Party (Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa, PKB) 11,989,564 10.57 52 9.45 +1
United Development Party (Partai Persatuan Pembangunan, PPP) 9,248,764 8.15 58 10.55 ±0
Democratic Party (Partai Demokrat, PD) 8,455,225 7.45 (55) 10.00 n/a
Prosperous Justice Party (Partai Keadilan Sejahtera, PKS) 8,325,020 7.34 45 8.18 +38
National Mandate Party (Partai Amanat Nasional, PAN) 7,303,324 6.44 (53) 9.64 +19
Crescent Star Party (Partai Bulan Bintang, PBB) 2,970,487 2.62 11 2.00 −2
Reform Star Party (Partai Bintang Reformasi, PBR) 2,764,998 2.44 (14) 2.55 n/a
Prosperous Peace Party (Partai Damai Sejahtera, PDS) 2,414,254 2.13 (13) 2.36 n/a
Concern for the Nation Functional Party (Partai Karya Peduli Bangsa, PKPB) 2,399,290 2.11 2 0.36 n/a
Indonesian Justice and Unity Party (Partai Keadilan dan Persatuan Indonesia, PKPI) 1,424,240 1.26 1 0.18 −3
United Democratic Nationhood Party (Partai Persatuan Demokrasi Kebangsaan, PPDK) 1,313,654 1.16 (4) 0.73 n/a
Freedom Bull National Party (Partai Nasional Banteng Kemerdekaan, PNBK) 1,230,455 1.08 (0) 0.00 n/a
Pancasila Patriots' Party (Partai Patriot Pancasila) 1,073,139 0.95 0 0.00 n/a
Indonesian National Party Marhaenism (Partai Nasional Indonesia Marhaenisme, PNI Marhaenisme) 923,159 0.81 1 0.18 +1
Indonesian Nahdlatul Community Party (Partai Persatuan Nahdlatul Ummah Indonesia, PPNUI) 895,610 0.79 0 0.00 −5
Pioneers' Party (Partai Pelopor, PP) 878,932 0.77 (3) 0.55 n/a
Indonesian Democratic Vanguard Party (Partai Penegak Demokrasi Indonesia, PPDI) 855,811 0.75 1 0.18 −1
Freedom Party (Partai Merdeka) 842,541 0.74 0 0.00 n/a
Indonesian Unity Party (Partai Sarikat Indonesia, PSI) 679,296 0.60 0 0.00 n/a
New Indonesia Alliance Party (Partai Perhimpunan Indonesia Baru, PPIB) 672,952 0.59 0 0.00 n/a
Regional Unity Party (Partai Persatuan Daerah, PPD) 657,916 0.58 0 0.00 n/a
Social Democrat Labor Party (Partai Buruh Sosial Demokrat, PBSD) 636,397 0.56 0 0.00 n/a
Total 113,462,414 100.00 550 100.00 +88
Source: Ananta, Arifin & Suryadinata 2005, p. 22
Notes: Seat totals in parentheses indicate those changed after the Constitutional Court settled disputes related to election results. Final seating allocation is displayed.
Seat change totals are displayed only for parties which stood in the previous election, including those which changed party names.

April 8: Algeria[edit]

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politics and government of
Algeria
e • d Summary of the 8 April 2004 Algerian presidential election results
Candidates - Nominating parties votes %
Abdelaziz Bouteflika - National Rally for Democracy 8,651,723 85.0
Ali Benflis - National Liberation Front 653,951 6.4
Abdallah Djaballah - Movement for National Reform 511,526 5.0
Said Sadi - Rally for Culture and Democracy 197,111 1.9
Louisa Hanoune - Workers' Party 101,630 1.0
Ali Fawzi Rebaine - Ahd 54 63,761 0.6
Total (turnout 58.1 %) 10,179,702  

April 14 and April 28: Macedonia[edit]

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politics and government of
the Republic of Macedonia
e • d Summary of the 14 and 28 April 2004 Republic of Macedonia presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Branko Crvenkovski - Social Democratic Union of Macedonia 385,300 42.5 553,522 60.6
Saško Kedev - Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization 309,131 34.1 329,271 39.4
Gzim Ostreni - Democratic Union for Integration 134,048 14.8 - -
Zidi Xhelili - Democratic Party of Albanians 78,269 8.6 - -
Total (turnout  %) 906,748   912,605
Source: Psephos Adam Carr's Election Archive

April 14: South Africa[edit]

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politics and government of
South Africa
Government
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 14 April 2004 National Assembly election results[4]
Party Leader Votes % +/− Seats +/− from last
election[note 1]
+/− from before
this election[note 2]
African National Congress Thabo Mbeki 10,880,915 69.69 +3.34 279 +13 +4
Democratic Alliance[note 3] Tony Leon 1,931,201 12.37 +2.81 50 +12 +4
Inkatha Freedom Party Mangosuthu Buthelezi 1,088,664 6.97 −1.61 28 −6 −3
United Democratic Movement Bantu Holomisa 355,717 2.28 −1.14 9 −5 +5
Independent Democrats[note 4] Patricia de Lille 269,765 1.73 +1.73 7 +7 +6
New National Party Marthinus van Schalkwyk 257,842 1.65 −5.22 7 −21 −13
African Christian Democratic Party Kenneth Meshoe 250,272 1.65 +0.17 7 +1 0
Freedom Front Plus[note 5] Pieter Mulder 139,465 0.89 −0.19 4 0 +1
United Christian Democratic Party Lucas Mangope 117,792 0.75 −0.03 3 0 0
Pan Africanist Congress 113,512 0.73 +0.02 3 0 +1
Minority Front Amichand Rajbansi 55,267 0.35 +0.05 2 +1 +1
Azanian People's Organisation 39,116 0.25 +0.08 1 0 0
Christian Democratic Party[note 6] 17,619 0.11 +0.11 0 0 0
National Action[note 4] Cassie Aucamp 15,804 0.10 +0.10 0 0 −1
Peace and Justice Congress[note 4] 15,187 0.10 +0.10 0 0 −1
Socialist Party of Azania 14,853 0.10 +0.04 0 0 0
New Labour Party[note 4] Peter Marais 13,318 0.09 0.09 0 0 0
United Front[note 6] 11,889 0.08 +0.08 0 0 0
Employment Movement for South Africa[note 6] 10,446 0.07 +0.07 0 0 0
The Organisation Party[note 6] 7,531 0.05 +0.05 0 0 0
Keep It Straight and Simple Party[note 6] C. C. Gaisford 6,514 0.04 +0.04 0 0 0
Total 15,612,671 100.00 400
Spoilt votes 251,320

Notes:

  1. ^ Change in seats compared to the composition of the legislature after the election of 2 June 1999.
  2. ^ Change in seats compared to the composition of the legislature after the floor-crossing period that ended on 4 April 2003.
  3. ^ Successor to the Democratic Party.
  4. ^ a b c d Party did not contest the previous election to this legislature, having been created during the floor-crossing period of 2003.
  5. ^ Successor to the Freedom Front and the Afrikaner Eenheidsbeweging.
  6. ^ a b c d e Party did not contest the previous election to this legislature.

April 18 and April 25: Comoros[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Comoros
e • d Summary of the 18 and 25 April 2004 Assembly of the Union of the Comoros election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Camp of the Autonomous Islands (Camp des Îles Autonomes) . 12
Convention for the Renewal of the Comoros (Convention pour le Renouveau des Comores, CRC, Azali Assoumani) . 6
Representatives of the regional assemblies . 15
Total   33
Source: Voice of America

April 25: Austria[edit]

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politics and government of
Austria
Constitution
Judicial system
Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 25 April 2004 Austrian Presidential election results
Candidates and nominating parties Votes %
Heinz Fischer (Social Democratic Party of Austria) 2,166,690 52.4
Benita Ferrero-Waldner (Austrian People's Party) 1,969,326 47.6
Total (turnout 70.8 %) 4,136,016 100.0
Invalid votes 182,423
Total votes 4,318,439
Eligible voters 6,030,982
Source: Austrian ministry of the Interior

May[edit]

May 2: Panama[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Panama
e • d  Summary of the 2 May 2004 Panama presidential election results
Candidates Parties Votes %
Martín Torrijos New Fatherland (Democratic Revolutionary PartyPeople's Party coalition) 711,447 47.44
Guillermo Endara Solidarity Party 462,766 30.86
José Miguel Alemán Arnulfista Party 245,845 16.39
Ricardo Martinelli Democratic Change 79,595 5.31
Total (turnout 76.9%) 1,499,072 100.0
Ballot papers left blank 17,366 1.13
Spoiled ballot papers 21,276 1.38
Total votes 1,537,714
e • d  Summary of the 2 May 2004 National Assembly of Panama election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Democratic Revolutionary Party (Partido Revolucionario Democrático) 37.8 41
Arnulfista Party (Partido Arnulfista ) 19.2 17
Solidarity Party (Partido Solidaridad) 15.7 9
Nationalist Republican Liberal Movement (Movimiento Liberal Republicano Nacionalista) 8.6 4
Democratic Change (Cambio Democrático) 7.4 3
People's Party (Partido Popular) 6.0 1
National Liberal Party (Partido Liberal Nacional) 5.2 3
Total (turnout 76.9 %)   78
Source: Source: Tribunal Electoral de Panama

May 10: Philippines[edit]

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e • d Summary of the May 10, 2004 Philippine presidential election results
Candidate Party Results
Votes %
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Lakas (K-4) 12,905,808 39.99%
Fernando Poe, Jr. KNP 11,782,232 36.51%
Panfilo Lacson LDP (Aquino wing) 3,510,080 10.88%
Raul Roco Aksyon 2,082,762 6.45%
Eddie Villanueva Bangon Pilipinas 1,988,218 6.16%
Total valid votes 32,269,100 96.30%
Total invalid votes 1,240,992 3.70%
Total turnout 33,510,092 76.34%
Registered voters 43.895,324 100.00%
e • d Summary of the May 10, 2004 Philippine vice presidential election results
Candidate Party Results
Votes %
Noli de Castro Independent (allied with Lakas) 15,100,431 49.80%
Loren Legarda KNP 14,218,709 46.90%
Herminio Aquino Aksyon 981,500 3.24%
Rodolfo Pajo Isang Bansa, Isang Diwa 22,244 0.06%
Total valid votes 30,322,884 90.49%
Total invalid votes 3,187,208 9.51%
Total turnout 33,510,092 76.34%
Registered voters 43.895,324 100.00%
e • d Summary of the May 10, 2004 Philippine Senate election results
Rank Candidate Coalition Party Votes %
1. Mar Roxas K-4 Liberal 19,372,888 57.81%
2. Bong Revilla K-4 Lakas 15,801,531 47.15%
3. Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. KNP KNP 13,519,998 40.35%
4. Jamby Madrigal KNP KNP 13,253,692 39.55%
5. Richard Gordon K-4 Lakas 12,707,151 37.92%
6. Pia Cayetano K-4 Lakas 12,542,054 37.43%
7. Miriam Defensor Santiago K-4 PRP 12,187,401 36.37%
8. Alfredo Lim KNP KNP 11,286,428 33.68%
9. Juan Ponce Enrile KNP KNP 11,191,162 33.40%
10. Jinggoy Estrada KNP KNP 11,094,120 33.11%
11. Lito Lapid K-4 Lakas 10,970,941 32.74%
12. Rodolfo Biazon K-4 Liberal 10,635,270 31.74%
13. Robert Barbers K-4 Lakas 10,624,585 31.71%
14. Ernesto Maceda KNP KNP 9,944,328 29.68%
15. John Henry Osmeña K-4 Independent 9,914,179 29.59%
16. Orlando Mercado K-4 Lakas 8,295,024 24.75%
17. Robert Jaworski K-4 Lakas 6,921,425 20.65%
18. Boots Anson-Roa KNP KNP 5,873,845 17.53%
19. Francisco Tatad KNP PMP 5,718,740 17.07%
20. Heherson Alvarez Independent 4,791,085 14.30%
21. Ernesto Herrera KNP KNP 4,612,036 13.76%
22. Perfecto Yasay Alyansa ng Pag-asa Aksyon 4,408,808 13.16%
23. Francisco Chavez Alyansa ng Pag-asa Reporma-LM 4,286,838 12.79%
24. Carlos M. Padilla Independent 3,863,693 11.53%
25. Salvador Escudero III KNP KNP 3,780,469 11.28%
26. Amina Rasul KNP KNP 3,456,480 10.31%
27. Jay Sonza Aksyon 2,839,442 8.47%
28. Parouk S. Hussin K-4 Lakas 2,821,522 8.42%
29. Didagen Dilangalen KNP KNP 2,222,069 6.63%
30. Melanio Mauricio, Jr. Alyansa ng Pag-asa Aksyon 1,144,279 3.41%
31. Pilar Pilapil Independent 692,137 2.07%
32. Eduardo Nonato Joson Alyansa ng Pag-asa Aksyon 631,041 1.88%
33. Eddie Ilarde Independent 527,865 1.58%
34. Nicanor Gatmaytan Jr. Alyansa ng Pag-asa Aksyon 453,693 1.35%
35. Bong Coo Alyansa ng Pag-asa Aksyon 338,846 1.01%
36. Oliver Lozano KBL 238,272 0.71%
37. Alvin Alvincent Almirante KBL 206,097 0.62%
38. Ramon Montaño Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 159,735 0.48%
39. Matuan Usop Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 137,376 0.41%
40. Angel Rosario Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 98,932 0.30%
41. Ismael Aparri Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 97,430 0.29%
42. Norma Nueva KBL 96,129 0.29%
43. Carmen Borja Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 95,755 0.29%
44. Pendatun Decampong Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 94,713 0.28%
45. Gerardo del Mundo Independent 88,962 0.27%
46. El Cid Fajardo Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 79,471 0.24%
47. Iderlina Pagunuran Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 59,712 0.18%
48. Arturo Estuita Isang Bansa Isang Diwa 39,094 0.12%
Turnout 35,510,092 76.97%
Registered voters 43,536,028 100%
Note: A total of 48 candidates ran for senator. Sources: Vote totals from the Commission on Elections, turnout from the National Statistics Coordinating Board.
e • d Summary of the May 10, 2004 Philippine House of Representatives election results
Parties and coalitions Seats %
Lakas 92 37.2%
NPC 53 21.5%
Liberal 29 11.8%
LDP 15 6.1%
PMP 5 2.0%
Aksyon 2 0.8%
KAMPI 2 0.8%
Nacionalista 2 0.8%
PDP-Laban 2 0.8%
KBL 1 0.4%
PDSP 1 0.4%
Reporma-LM 1 0.4%
Independent 4 1.6%
Totals 209 84.6%

May 13: India[edit]

e • d Summary of the 20/26 April and 5/10 May Lok Sabha of India election results
Alliance Votes % Change Seats Change Party Votes % Change Seats Change
  United Progressive Alliance 138,312,337 35.4 +1.9 218 +83   Indian National Congress 103,405,272 26.7 -1.6 145 +32
  Rashtriya Janata Dal (National People's Party) 8,613,302 2.2 -0.5 21 +12
  Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Dravidian Progress Federation) 7,064,393 1.8 +0.1 16 +4
  Nationalist Congress Party 6,915,740 1.8 -0.5 9 +1
  Lok Jan Shakti Party (People's Power Party) 2,771,427 0.6  ? 4  ?
  Telangana Rashtra Samithi (Telangana State Front) 2,441,405 0.6  ? 2  ?
  Pattali Makkal Katchi (Labour Party) 2,169,020 0.5 -0.1 6 +1
  Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (Jharkhand Liberation Front) 1,846,843 0.5 - 5 -
  Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Progressive Dravidian Renaissance Organisation) 1,679,870 0.4 0.0 4 -
  Indian Union Muslim League 770,098 0.2 0.0 1 +1
  Republican Party of India (Athvale) 367,510 0.1  ? 1  ?
  Jammu and Kashmir People's Democratic Party 267,457 0.0 - 1 -
  National Democratic Alliance 128,931,001 33.3 -3.8 181 -89   Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian People's Party) 85,866,593 22.2 -1.5 138 -44
  Janata Dal (United) (People's Party (United)) 9,924,209 2.6 -0.5 8 -11
  All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (All India Annadurai Progressive Dravidian Organisation) 8,547,014 2.2  ? 0  ?
  Nationalist Trinamool Congress 8,047,771 2.1 -0.5 2 -6
  Shiv Sena (Army of Shivaji) 7,056,075 1.8 +0.2 12 -3
  Biju Janata Dal (Biju People's Party) 5,084,428 1.3 +0.1 11 +1
  Shiromani Akali Dal (Akali Religious Party) 3,506,681 0.9 +0.2 8 +6
  Nagaland People's Front 715,366 0.2 - 1 -
  Mizo National Front 182,864 0.0 - 1 -
  Left Front 30,578,698 7.7 -0.9 59 +17   Communist Party of India (Marxist) 22,061,677 5.7 +0.3 43 +11
  Communist Party of India 5,434,738 1.4 -0.1 10 +6
  Revolutionary Socialist Party 1,717,228 0.4 0.0 3 -
  All India Forward Bloc 1,365,055 0.2  ? 3  ?
  Other   Bahujan Samaj Party (Majority Society Party) 20,713,468 5.3 +1.1 19 +5
  Samajwadi Party (Socialist Party) 16,645,356 4.3 +0.5 36 +10
  Telugu Desam Party (Party of the Telugu People) 11,844,811 3.0 -0.6 5 -24
  Janata Dal (Secular) (People's Party (Secular)) 5,732,296 1.5 +0.6 3 +2
  Rashtriya Lok Dal (National People's Party) 2,463,607 0.6 ? 3 ?
  Asom Gana Parishad (Assam People's Association) 2,069,610 0.5 - 2 -
  Jammu and Kashmir National Conference 493,067 0.1 0.0 2 -2
  All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (All India Council of United Muslims) 378,854 0.1  ? 1  ?
  Kerala Congress 353,529 0.1 0.0 1 -
  Sikkim Democratic Front 153,409 0.0 0.0 1 -
  National Loktantrik Party (National Democratic Party) 367,049 0.1 ? 1 -
  Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya) (Socialist People's Party (National)) 337,386 0.1 ? 1 -
  Indian Federal Democratic Party 256,411 0.1 ? 1 -
  Bharatiya Navshakti Party (Indian New Force Party) 171,080 0.1 ? 1 -
    Independents - - - 5 -
Total   387,453,223 - - 543 -
Source: Election Commission of India[5]

May 16: Dominican Republic[edit]

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e • d Summary of the 16 May 2004 Dominican Republic presidential election results
Candidates - Parties Votes %
Leonel Fernández - Dominican Liberation Party (Partido de la Liberación Dominicana) 2,063,871 57.11
Hipólito Mejía - Dominican Revolutionary Party (Partido Revolucionario Dominicana) 1,215,928 33.65
Eduardo Estrella - Social Christian Reformist Party (Partido Reformista Social Cristiano) 312,493 8.65
Others 21,408 0.59
Total (turnout 72.8 %) 3,613,700 100.00
Source: Junta Central Electoral

May 20: Malawi[edit]

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Malawi
Summary of the 20 May 2004 Malawi presidential election results
Candidates Parties Votes %
Bingu wa Mutharika United Democratic Front 1,119,738 35.9
John Tembo Malawi Congress Party 846,457 27.1
Gwanda Chakuamba Mgwirizano Coalition 802,386 25.7
Brown Mpinganjira National Democratic Alliance 272,172 8.7
Justin Chimera Malewezi People's Progressive Movement 78,892 2.5
Total (turnout 54.3%) 3,119,645 100.0
Registered voters 5,742,747
Summary of the 20 May 2004 National Assembly of Malawi election results
Votes % Seats
Malawi Congress Party . 59
United Democratic Front . 49
Mgwirizano Coalition . 27
National Democratic Alliance . 8
Alliance for Democracy . 6
Non-partisans 38
To be elected in by-elections 6
Total (turnout  %)   193
Source: SBS/IRIN/BBC (citing Malawi Election Commission)/Xinhua

June[edit]

June 13 and June 27: Serbia[edit]

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e • d Summary of the 13 and 27 June Serbian presidential election results
Candidates Nominating parties Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Boris Tadić Democratic Party 853,584 27.38 1,681,528 53.97
Tomislav Nikolić Serbian Radical Party 954,339 30.61 1,434,068 46.03
Bogoljub Karić Political movement "Strength of Serbia" 568,691 18.24
Dragan Maršićanin Government (Democratic Party of Serbia, G17 Plus, Serbian Renewal Movement, New Serbia) 414,971 13.31
Ivica Dačić Socialist Party of Serbia 125,952 4.04
Jelisaveta Karađorđević Initiative for Prettier Serbia 62,737 2.01
Milovan Drecun Serbian Revival 16,907 0.54
Vladan Batić Democratic Christian Party of Serbia 16,795 0.54
Borislav Pelević Party of Serbian Unity 14,317 0.46
Branislav Ivković Socialist People's Party 12,672 0.41
Ljiljana Aranđelović United Serbia 11,796 0.38
Marijan Rističević People's Peasant Party 10,198 0.33
Dragan Đorđević Party of Serbian Citizens 5,785 0.19
Mirko Jović People's Radical Party, Serbia and Diaspora, European Bloc 5,546 0.18
Zoran Milinković Patriotic Party of Diaspora 5,442 0.17
Total (turnout 47.75% and 48.7%) 3,117,339 100.0 3,115,596 100.0
Registered Voters 6,532,263 6,532,940
Total 3,119,087 3,159,194
Valid 3,081,040 3,115,596
Invalid 38,047 42,975
Source: Cesid

June 26: Iceland[edit]

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Iceland
Constitution
V • T • E Summary of the 26 June 2004 Icelandic presidential election results
Candidate Party Votes %
Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson independent 90,662 85.60
Baldur Ágústsson independent 13,250 12.51
Ástþór Magnússon independent 2,001 1.89
Valid votes 105,913 78.82
Invalid/Blank votes 28,461 21.17
Total 134,374 100.00
Electorate/Turnout 213,553 62.92
Source: Nohlen & Stöver
Last election (2000) — Next election (2008)


June 28: Canada[edit]

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Canada
e • d Summary of the 2004 Canadian House of Commons election results
Party Party leader # of
candidates
Seats Popular vote
2000 Dissol. Elected % Change # % Change
Liberal Paul Martin 308 172 168 135 -21.5% 4,982,220 36.73% -4.12pp
     Conservative1 Stephen Harper 308 78 72 99 +37.5% 4,019,498 29.63% -8.05pp
     Bloc Québécois Gilles Duceppe 75 38 33 54 +42.1% 1,680,109 12.39% +1.67pp
     New Democratic Jack Layton 308 13 14 19 +46.2% 2,127,403 15.68% +7.17pp
     Independent / No Affiliation 64 - 10 1 - 64,864 0.48% +0.05pp
Green Jim Harris 308 - - - - 582,247 4.29% +3.48pp
     Christian Heritage Ron Gray 62 * - - * 40,335 0.30% *
     Marijuana Marc-Boris St-Maurice 71 - - - - 33,276 0.25% -0.27pp
     Progressive Canadian Ernie Schreiber 16 * - - * 10,872 0.08% *
     Canadian Action Connie Fogal 44 - - - - 8,807 0.06% -0.15pp
     Marxist-Leninist Sandra L. Smith 76 - - - - 8,696 0.06% -0.03pp
     Communist Miguel Figueroa 35 - - - - 4,426 0.03% -0.06pp
     Libertarian Jean-Serge Brisson 8 * - - * 1,949 0.01% *
     Vacant 4  
Total 1,683 301 301 308 +2.3% 13,564,702 100%
Sources: http://www.elections.ca -- History of Federal Ridings since 1867

Notes:

"% change" refers to change from previous election

* Party did not nominate candidates in the previous election. In the case of the CHP, which did have 46 candidates in the previous election, the party did not have official status and is not officially compared.

1 Conservative Party results are compared to the combined totals of the Canadian Alliance and the Progressive Conservative Party in the 2000 election.

July[edit]

July 5 and September 20: Indonesia[edit]

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Indonesia
Pancasila (national philosophy)
Constitution
Foreign relations
e • d  Summary of the 5 July and 20 September 2004 Indonesian presidential election results
Candidate Running mate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Jusuf Kalla Democratic Party (Partai Demokrat) 39,838,184 33.57 69,266,350 60.62
Megawati Sukarnoputri Hasyim Muzadi Indonesian Democratic Party – Struggle (Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan) 31,569,104 26.61 44,990,704 39.38
Wiranto Salahuddin Wahid Party of the Functional Groups (Partai Golongan Karya) 26,286,788 22.15
Amien Rais Siswono Yudohusodo National Mandate Party (Partai Amanat Nasional) 17,392,931 14.66
Hamzah Haz Agum Gumelar United Development Party (Partai Persatuan Pembangunan) 3,569,861 3.01
Total 118,656,868 100.00 114,257,054 100.00
Source: Ananta, Arifin & Suryadinata 2005, pp. 80–83, 107

August[edit]

September[edit]

September 19: Kazakhstan[edit]

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e • d Summary of the 19 September and 3 October 2004 Assembly of Kazakhstan election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
Fatherland (Otan) 60.6 42
Democratic Party of Kazakhstan Bright Path (Qazaqstan Demokratiyalyk Partiyasi Ak Zhol) 12.0 1
All Together (Asar) 11.4 4
Agrarian and Industrial Union of Workers Block 7.1 11
Opposition Union of Communists and DCK Block 3.4 -
People's Communist Party of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Khalyk Kommunistik Partiyasi) 2.0 -
Village Social Democratic Party (Auyl Sotsial-Demokratiyalyk Partiyasi) 1.7 -
Democratic Party (Demokratiyalyk Partiyasi) 0.8 1
Party of Patriots 0.6 -
Rukhaniyat Party 0.4 -
Non-partisans - . 18
Total (turnout  %)   77

October[edit]

October 9: Afghanistan[edit]

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Foreign relations
e • d Summary of the 9 October 2004 Afghanistan presidential election results
Candidates Nominating Party/Party Ethnicity Votes %
Hamid Karzai Independent Pashtun 4,443,029 55.4%
Yunus Qanuni New Afghanistan Party Tajik 1,306,503 16.3%
Mohammed Mohaqiq Independent/PIUPA Hazara 935,325 11.7%
Abdul Rashid Dostum Independent/National Islamic Movement Uzbek 804,861 10.0%
Abdul Latif Pedram National Congress Party Tajik 110,160 1.4%
Massouda Jalal Independent Tajik 91,415 1.1%
Sayed Ashaq Gailani National Solidarity Movement Pashtun 80,081 1.0%
Ahmad Shah Ahmadzai Independent/Islamic Revolutionary Movement Pashtun 60,199 0.8%
Abdul Satar Sirat Independent Uzbek 30,201 0.4%
Hamyon Shah Aasifi Independent/National Unity Party Pashtun 26,224 0.3%
Ghulam Farooq Nejrabi Afghan Independence Party Tajik 24,232 0.3%
Sayed Abdul Hadi Dabir Independent Tajik 24,057 0.3%
Abdul Hafiz Mansoor Independent/Jamiat-e Islami Tajik 19,728 0.2%
Abdul Hadi Khalilzai Independent Pashtun 18,082 0.2%
Mir Mahfuz Nedahi Independent Pashtun 16,054 0.2%
Mohammed Ibrahim Rashid Independent Pashtun 14,242 0.2%
Wakil Mangal Independent Pashtun 11,770 0.1%
Abdul Hasib Aarian Independent Tajik 8,373 0.1%
Total Valid Votes (turnout 70%) 8,024,536 100.0%
Invalid Votes 104,404
Total Votes 8,128,940

October 9: Australia[edit]

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Australia
e • d Summary of the 9 October 2004 Parliament of Australia election results
Parties Primary Votes House % House Seats House Votes Senate % Senate Seats Won Senate Total Seats Senate
  Liberal Party of Australia 4,741,458 40.5 74 2,109,978 17.7 13 33
  National Party of Australia 690,275 5.9 12 163,261 1.4 1 5
Liberal/National Party senate ticket (NSW and Vic) 3,074,952 25.7 6 *
  Country Liberal Party 39,855 0.3 1 41,923 0.4 1 1
  Australian Labor Party 4,409,117 37.6 60 4,186,715 35.0 16 28
  Australian Greens 841,734 7.2 916,431 7.7 2 4
  Family First Party 235,315 2.0 210,567 1.8 1 1
  Australian Democrats 144,832 1.2 250,373 2.1 4
  One Nation Party 139,956 1.2 206,455 1.7
  Christian Democratic Party 72,241 0.6 140,674 1.2
  Other parties 108,313 0.9 652,320 5.5
  Independents 288,206 2.4 3
Total (turnout 94.85%) 11,715,132 100.0 150 11,953,649 100.0 40 76
Informal votes 639,851
Total votes 12,354,983
Registered voters 13,021,230
* Liberal/National senators shown under their respective parties
Sources: Australian Electoral Commission, Parliament of Australia Parliamentary Handbook
House of Representatives (IRV) — Turnout 94.69% (CV) — Informal 5.18%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 4,741,458 40.47 +3.39 74 +5
  National Party of Australia 690,275 5.89 +0.28 12 −1
  Country Liberal Party 39,855 0.34 +0.02 1 0
  Australian Labor Party 4,408,820 37.63 −0.21 60 −4
  Australian Greens 841,734 7.19 +2.23 0 −1
  Family First Party 235,315 2.01 +2.01 0 0
  Australian Democrats 144,832 1.24 -4.17 0 0
  One Nation Party 139,956 1.19 −3.15 0 0
  Independents 286,206 2.44 −0.27 3 0
  Other 226,239 1.93 0 0
  Total 11,714,835     150
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition WIN 52.74 +1.79 87 +5
  Australian Labor Party   47.26 −1.79 60 -5

Independents: Peter Andren, Tony Windsor, Bob Katter


October 22: Ireland[edit]

Irish presidential election, 2004

October 30: Botswana[edit]

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e • d Summary of the 30 October 2004 National Assembly of Botswana election results
Parties Votes  % Seats +/–
Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) 213,308 51.73 44 +11
Botswana National Front (BNF) 107,451 26.06 12 +6
Botswana Congress Party (BCP) 68,556 16.62 1 ±0
Botswana Alliance Movement (BAM) 11,716 2.84 0 ±0
Botswana People's Party (BPP) 7,886 1.91 0 ±0
New Democratic Front (NDF) 3,237 0.78 0 ±0
MELS Movement of Botswana (MELS) 121 0.03 0 ±0
Independents 104 0.03 0 ±0
Valid votes 412,379 97.89
Invalid votes 8,893 2.12
Totals 421,272 100.00 57 +17
Electorate and voter turnout 555,849 76.20%
Source: Independent Electoral Commission

October 31: Ukraine[edit]

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e • d Summary of the October 31, November 21 and December 26, 2004 Ukraine presidential election results
Candidates — nominating parties Votes first round 31-Oct-04  % Votes run-off 21-Nov-04  % Votes rerun 26-Dec-04  %
Viktor Yushchenko — Power of Peoples 11,188,675 39.90 14,222,289 46.61 15,115,712 51.99
Viktor YanukovychParty of Regions 11,008,731 39.26 15,093,691 49.46 12,848,528 44.20
Oleksandr MorozSocialist Party of Ukraine 1,632,098 5.82
Petro SymonenkoCommunist Party of Ukraine 1,396,135 4.97
Nataliya VitrenkoProgressive Socialist Party of Ukraine 429,794 1.53
Others 988,363 3.53
Against All 556,962 1.98 707,284 2.31 682,239 2.34
Informal 834,426 2.97 488,025 1.59 422,492 1.45
Total 28,035,184 100.00 30,511,289 100.00 29,068,971 100.00
Participation rate from 37,613,022 74.54 81.12 77.28
Source: Central Election Commission of Ukraine. On December 3, the Supreme Court of Ukraine declared the results of the November 21, 2004 run-off ballot to be invalid. The re-run ballot was held on December 26, 2004.

November[edit]

November 2: American Samoa[edit]

e • d Summary of the 2 November and 16 November 2004 American Samoa Governor election results
Candidates % 1st round % 2nd round
Togiola Tulafono 48.4 55.7
Afoa Moega Lutu 39.4 44.3
Others 12.2 -
Total 100.0 100.0
Source: Samoanews.com and Rulers
e • d Summary of the 2 November 2004 American Samoa House of Representatives election results
Parties Votes % Representatives
Non-partisans   20
nonvoting delegate from Swains Island   1
Total (turnout  %)   21
e • d Summary of the 2 November 2004 American Samoa Senate election results
Parties Senators
Senators elected by local chiefs 18
Total (turnout  %) 18

November 2: Puerto Rico[edit]

e • d Summary of the 2 November 2004 Puerto Rico governor election results
Candidates - Parties Votes %
Aníbal Acevedo Vilá - Popular Democratic Party 963,303 48.40
Pedro Rosselló - New Progressive Party 959,737 48.22
Rubén Berríos Martínez - Puerto Rican Independence Party 54,551 2.74
Total (turnout 81.7 %) 100.0
Source: (Spanish) CEEPUR
e • d Summary of the 2 November 2004 Puerto Rico House of Representatives election results
Parties District
Votes
District
%
District
Seats
At Large
Votes
At Large
%
At Large
Seats
Total
New Progressive Party (Partido Nuevo Progresista) 936,030 48.4 26 886,151 46.3 6 32
Popular Democratic Party (Partido Popular Democrático) 901,326 46.6 14 824,472 43.1 4 18
Puerto Rican Independence Party (Partido Independentista Puertorriqueño) 77,289 4.0 0 186,197 9.7 1 1
Civic Alternative Party (Partido Alternativa Ciudadana) 1,682 0.1 0 - - - -
Civil Action Party (Partido Acción Civil) 423 0.0 0 - - - -
Others 1,161 0.1 0 457 0.0 0 -
Total 1,917,911 100.0 40 1,897,277 100.0 11 51
Blank and Null Votes 17,245 0.9 - 17,245 0.9 - -
Total votes cast 1,935,156 - - 1,914,522 - - -
Source: (Spanish) Elections Puerto Rico
e • d Summary of the 2 November 2004 Puerto Rico Senate election results
Parties District
Votes
District
%
District
Seats
At Large
Votes
At Large
%
At Large
Seats
Total
New Progressive Party (Partido Nuevo Progresista) 1,845,204 48.6 11 845,228 44.3 6 17
Popular Democratic Party (Partido Popular Democrático) 1,768,374 46.6 5 767,626 40.3 4 9
Puerto Rican Independence Party (Partido Independentista Puertorriqueño) 160,632 4.2 0 178,541 9.4 1 1
Independent Movement of the Eastern Region (Movimiento Independiente Region Este) 2,936 0.1 0 - - - -
Independent - - - 97,673 5.1 0 -
Others 826 0.0 0 297 0.0 0 -
Total (turnout 81.7  %) 3,777,972 100.0 16 1,889,365 100.0 11 27
Blank and Null Votes 17,245 0.4 - 17,245 0.7 - -
Total votes cast 3,795,217 - - 1,906,610 - - -
Source: (Spanish) Elections Puerto Rico

November 2: United States[edit]

United States presidential election, 2004

Summary of the United States Senate elections, 2004 results [edit]

Parties Total
Democratic Republican Independent Libertarian Others
Last election (2002) 48 51 1 100
Before this election 48 51 1 100
End of this Congress (two months later) 48 51 1 100
Not Up 29 36 1 66
Up 19 15 34
Incumbent
retired
Held by same party 1 1
Replaced by other party Decrease 2 Republicans
replaced by
Increase 2 Democrats
Decrease 5 Democrats
replaced by
Increase 5 Republicans
IncreaseDecrease 7
Incumbent
ran
Won re-election 13 12 25
Lost re-election Decrease 1 Democrat
replaced by
Increase 1 Republican
IncreaseDecrease 1
Lost renomination, held by same party 0
Lost renomination, and party lost 0
Total held 13 13 26
Total not held / gained Decrease 2 Increase 4 IncreaseDecrease 6
Total elected 15 19 34
Result 44 55 1 100
Popular
vote
Votes 44,754,618 39,920,562 186,231 754,861 2,481,075 88,097,347
Share 50.8% 45.3% 0.21% 0.86% 2.82% 100%

Sources:

e • d  Summary of the 2004 United States House of Representatives elections results
Parties Seats Popular Vote
20021 2004 +/- Strength Vote  % Change
  Republican Party 229 232 +3 53.3% 55,958,144 49.4% -0.6%
  Democratic Party 204 202 -2 46.4% 52,969,786 46.8% +1.6%
  Libertarian Party 1,056,844 0.9% -0.5%
  Independent 1 1 0 0.2% 674,202 0.6% +0.1%
  Green Party 344,549 0.3% -0.1%
  Constitution Party 187,006 0.2% -
  Reform Party 85,539 0.1% +0.1%
  Independence Party 76,053 0.1% +0.1%
  Conservative Party 51,529 <0.1% -0.1%
  Peace and Freedom Party 29,684 <0.1% -
  Peace and Justice Party 20,106 <0.1% -
  Socialist Equality Party 8,586 <0.1% -
  Personal Choice Party 7,806 <0.1% -
  Marijuana Party 4,914 <0.1% -
  Healthcare Party 3,285 <0.1% -
  Working Families Party 3,196 <0.1% -
  Liberty Union Party 3,018 <0.1% -
  Socialist Workers Party 2,976 <0.1% -
  Help Residents Party 2,399 <0.1% -
  Natural Law Party 2,153 <0.1% -
  Jobs Equality Business Party 1,993 <0.1% -
  Immigration Moratorium Now Party 1,746 <0.1% -
  Centrist Party 1,353 <0.1% -
  Pro Life Conservative Party 1,282 <0.1% -
  Fair Party 1,248 <0.1% -
  Socialist Party 1,169 <0.1% -
  Politicians are Crooks Party 1,066 <0.1% -
  E Pluribus Unum Party 931 <0.1% -
  Randolph for Congress Party 857 <0.1% -
  Others 1,688,866 1.5% -0.5%
Total 434 435 0 100.0% 113,192,286 100.0%
Source: Election Statistics - Office of the Clerk

1 Vacancy due to death of Patsy Mink (D-Hawaii).

November 16: Niger[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Niger
e • d Summary of the 16 November and 4 December 2004 Nigerien presidential election results
Candidates - Parties Votes 1st round % Votes 2nd round %
Tandja Mamadou - National Movement for the Development of Society 991,764 40.67 1,509,905 65.53
Mahamadou Issoufou - Nigerien Party for Democracy and Socialism 599,792 24.60 794,357 34.47
Mahamane Ousmane - Democratic and Social Convention 425,052 17.43
Ahmado Cheiffou - Social Democratic Rally 154,732 6.35
Moumouni Adamou Djermakoye - Nigerien Alliance for Democracy and Progress 147,957 6.07
Hamid Algabid - Rally for Democracy and Progress 119,153 4.89
Total (turnout 48.3 %) 100.0 100.0

November 28 and December 12: Romania[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Romania
e • d Summary of the 29 November and 13 December 2004 Romanian Presidential election results
Candidates Nominating parties Votes % Votes
2nd round
%
Traian Băsescu PNL-PD 3,545,236 33.92% 5,126,794 51.23%
Adrian Năstase PSD+PUR 4,278,864 40.94% 4,881,520 48.77%
Corneliu Vadim Tudor PRM 1,313,714 12.57%
Markó Béla UDMR 533,446 5.10%
Gheorghe Ciuhandu PNŢCD 198,394 1.90%
George Becali PNG 184,560 1.77%
Petre Roman FD 140,702 1.35%
Gheorghe Dinu Independent 113,321 1.08%
Marian Petre Miluț AP 43,378 0.42%
Ovidiu Tudorici URR 37,910 0.36%
Aurel Rădulescu APCD 35,455 0.34%
Alexandru Raj Tunaru PTD 27,225 0.26%
e • d Summary of the 28 November 2004 Romanian Chamber of Deputies election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
National Union PSD+PUR (Uniunea Naţională PSD+PUR) 3,730,352 36.8 132
  • 113
  • 19
Justice and Truth Alliance (Alianţa Dreptate şi Adevăr) 3,191,546 31.5 112
  • 64
  • 48
Greater Romania Party (Partidul România Mare) 1,316,751 13.0 48
Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (Uniunea Democratică Maghiară din România) 638,125 6.2 22
New Generation Party (Partidul Noua Generaţie) 227,443 2.2 -
Christian-Democratic National Peasants' Party (Partidul Naţional Ţărănesc Creştin Democrat) 188,268 1.9 -
Others ( less than 1% ) 559,909 5.5 -
Social Democratic Roma Party of Romania (Partida Romilor Social Democrată din România) 294,066 2.9 1
Democratic Forum of Germans of Romania (Forumul Democrat al Germanilor din România) 1
Union of Armenians of Romania (Uniunea Armenilor din România) 1
Association of Italians of Romania (Asociaţia Italienilor din România) 1
Bulgarian Union of the Banat - Romania (Uniunea Bulgară din Banat - România) 1
Greek Union of Romania (Uniunea Elenă din România) 1
Federation of Jewish Communities of Romania (Federaţia Comunităţilor Evreieşti din România) 1
Lipovenian Russian Community of Romania (Comunitatea Ruşilor Lipoveni din România) 1
Union of Croatians of Romania (Uniunea Croaţilor din România) 1
League of Albanians of Romania (Liga Albanezilor din România) 1
Democratic Union of Turco-Islamic Tatars of Romania (Uniunea Democrată a Tătarilor Turco-Musulmani din România) 1
Union of Ukrainians of Romania (Uniunea Ucrainienilor din România) 1
Union of Slavonic Macedonians of Romania (Asociaţia Macedonenilor Slavi din România) 1
Union of Serbs of Romania (Uniunea Sârbilor din România) 1
Cultural Union of Ruthenians of Romania (Uniunea Culturală a Rutenilor din România) 1
Turkish Democratic Union of Romania (Uniunea Democrată Turcă din România) 1
Democratic Union of Slovaks and Czechs in Romania (Uniunea Democratică a Slovacilor şi Cehilor din România) 1
Union of Poles of Romania Dom Polski (Uniunea Polonezilor din România 'Dom Polski') 1
Total (turnout 56.5%) 10,146,460 100 332
Source: Biroul Electoral Central
e • d Summary of the 28 November 2004 Senate of Romania election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
National Union PSD+PUR (Uniunea Naţională PSD+PUR) 3,798,607 37.2 57
Justice and Truth Alliance (Alianţa Dreptate si Adevăr) 3,250,663 31.8 49
Greater Romania Party(Partidul România Mare) 1,394,698 13.6 21
Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (Uniunea Democratică Maghiară din România) 637,109 6.2 10
New Generation Party (Partidul Noua Generaţie) 241,486 2.4 -
Christian-Democratic National Peasants' Party (Partidul Naţional Ţărănesc Creştin Democrat) 196,027 1.9 -
Total (turnout 56.5%)   137
Source: Biroul Electoral Central

December[edit]

December 1 and December 2: Mozambique[edit]

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Mozambique
e • d Summary of the 1 and 2 December 2004 Mozambican presidential election results
Candidates - Parties Votes %
Armando Guebuza - Liberation Front of Mozambique (FRELIMO) 2,004,226 63.74
Afonso Dhlakama - Mozambican National Resistance (RENAMO) 998,059 31.74
Raul Domingos - Party for Peace, Democracy, and Development 85,815 2.73
Yaqub Sibindy - Independent Party of Mozambique 28,656 0.91
Carlos Reis - United Front for Change and Good Governance 27,412 0.87
Total (turnout 36.4%) 3,144,168  
Source: African Elections Database

December 7: Ghana[edit]

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politics and government of
Ghana
Constitution
e • d Summary of the 7 December 2004 Ghana presidential election results
Candidates Nominating parties Votes %
John Kufuor New Patriotic Party 4,524,074 52.45%
John Atta-Mills National Democratic Congress 3,850,368 44.64%
Edward Mahama Grand Coalition (People's National Convention) 165,375 1.92%
George Aggudey Convention People's Party 85,968 1.00%
Total 8,625,785
e • d Summary of the 7 December 2004 Ghana Parliament election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
New Patriotic Party 4,524,074 52.45% 128
National Democratic Congress 3,850,368 44.64% 94
Grand Coalition 165,375 1.92% 4
Convention People's Party 85,968 1.00% 3
Non-partisans 48,216 0.57% 1
Total (turnout  %)   230
Source: allafrica.com

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