Talk:Oh Se-hoon

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Election box[edit]

the Election boxes in this article are embarrassingly screwed up. I looked at the underlying templates and it's all Greek to me. (Heroeswithmetaphors) talk 03:13, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

Here is the original wikitext:

== Electoral History == === National Assembly Race === ==== 2000 ==== {{Election box begin no change | title=16th National Assembly of the Republic of Korea elections, 2000<ref>[http://www.nec.go.kr/sinfo/]</ref>}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Grand National Party |candidate = Oh Se-hoon |votes = 64,516 |percentage = 59.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (South Korea) |candidate = Lee Pyung-soo |votes = 33,901 |percentage = 31.0 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = United Liberal Democrats |candidate = Kim Tae-woo |votes = 5,324 |percentage = 4.87 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic People's Party (South Korea) |candidate = Do Jae-young |votes = 1,491 |percentage = 1.36 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = New Korea Party |candidate = Lee Choon-geun |votes = 602 |percentage = 0.05 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Youth Progressive Party |candidate = Lee Chang-soo |votes = 1,859 |percentage = 1.70 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Independent (politician) |candidate = Kim Jong-soo |votes = 925 |percentage = 0.85 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 109,324 |percentage = 100 }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Grand National Party }} {{Election box end}} === Mayor of Seoul === ==== 2006 ==== {{Election box begin no change | title=33rd Mayor of Seoul Special City elections, 2006<ref>[http://www.nec.go.kr:7070/dextern/main.html]</ref>}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Grand National Party |candidate = Oh Se-hoon |votes = 2,409,760 |percentage = 61.1 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Uri Party |candidate = Kang Kum-sil |votes = 1,077,890 |percentage = 27.3 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (South Korea) |candidate = Park Joo-sun |votes = 304,565 |percentage = 7.7 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic People's Party (South Korea) |candidate = Kim Jong-cheol |votes = 117,421 |percentage = 3.0 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = People First Party (South Korea) |candidate = Im Woong-kyun |votes = 14,111 |percentage = 0.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Independent (politician) |candidate = Baek Seung-won |votes = 13,808 |percentage = 0.3 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Citizen's Party |candidate = Lee Kwi-seon |votes = 4,790 |percentage = 0.1 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = The Great Korea Society |candidate = Lee Tae-hee |votes = 4,481 |percentage = 0.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 3,977,842 |percentage = 100 }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Grand National Party }} {{Election box end}} ==== 2010 ==== {{Election box begin no change | title=34th Mayor of Seoul Special City elections, 2010<ref>[http://2010.kbs.co.kr/]</ref>}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Grand National Party |candidate = Oh Se-hoon |votes = 2,086,127 |percentage = 47.43 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (South Korea) |candidate = Han Myeong-sook |votes = 2,059,715 |percentage = 46.83 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = New Progressive Party (South Korea) |candidate = Roh Hoe-chan |votes = 143,459 |percentage = 3.26 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Liberty Forward Party |candidate = Ji Sang-wook |votes = 90,032 |percentage = 2.04 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Coalition for the Future |candidate = Seok Jong-hyun |votes = 18,339 |percentage = 0.41 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 4,426,182 |percentage = 100 }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Grand National Party }} {{Election box end}}

(Heroeswithmetaphors) talk 03:16, 23 October 2011 (UTC)