Tokyo gubernatorial election, 2007

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Tokyo held a gubernatorial election on April 8, 2007 as part of the 16th unified local elections. There were fourteen candidates, among them the incumbent governor Shintaro Ishihara. Most candidates, with the exception of Kurokawa and Yamaguchi, ran as independents,[1] but some were supported by various parties.


Gubernatorial election 2007: Tokyo
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
LDP Shintarō Ishihara 2,811,486 50.52
DPJ, SDP Shirō Asano 1,693,323 30.43
JCP Manzō Yoshida 629,549 11.31
Symbiosis New Party Kisho Kurokawa 159,126 2.86
Independent Yoshiro Nakamatsu 85,946 1.54
Independent Shigeki Satō 69,526 1.25
Independent Kumiko Uchikawa 21,626 0.39
Independent Kōichi Toyama 15,059 0.27
Independent Mitsuru Takahashi 5558 0.10
Independent Osamu Ogami 4020 0.07
Independent Setsuo Yamaguchi 3589 0.06
Independent Ryūhō Takashima 3240 0.06
Independent Sutoku Sasaki 2845 0.05
Independent Kōichirō Mariko 1373 0.02
Turnout 5565127 54.35

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  1. ^ Results from Tokyo Metropolitan Election Commission (Japanese)

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