Mongolkhun, you are invited to the Teahouse
Thank you for inviting me to the Teahouse. I have just seen the discussion which is very helpful for further addition.
Mongolkhun 05:02, 9 April 2013 (UTC)
Thank you! Mongolkhun 06:00, 25 June 2013 (UTC)
Mongolian presidential election, 2013
Hi Mongolkhun, and thank you for your contributions to Mongolian presidential election, 2013. It appears that you probably have a better reference for the results of the election, so I will mondify the article to use your reference, however the manual of style for English Wikipedia says that reference should not be in the lead (first section) of the article, they should be in the body of the article, with the lead summarizing the article. I am going to move your reference lower in the article, and rewrite the lead with the new percentages, however because the actual percentages are included lower in the article they are not required in the lead. Think of the start of the article as a summary, it doesn't have to include all the details. баярлалаа, --kelapstick(bainuu) 03:51, 27 June 2013 (UTC)
OK thank you kelapstick.
Mongolkhun 04:55, June 27 2013 (UTC)
- You're welcome, I am still updating the article with more information. Can you translate for me the number of votes each candidate received? I cannot understand them from the source. It would be very helpful. Thank you, --kelapstick(bainuu) 03:58, 27 June 2013 (UTC)
Please see the official statistics from this source . It shows you the number in summary. This is the official announcement of the elections result by the Chairman of General of Elections Committee Mr. Sodnomtseren. He said Elbegdorj got 50.23 percent of total votes and Bat-Erdene got 41.97 percent. This announcement is made at 9AM on June 27, 2013 by Ulaanbaatar time.
This announcement's another news is on  which says the above percentages and Udval got 6.5 percent if you see the numbers in texts. The other numbers are detailed explanations of the won voters numbers in the countryside and the in city districts.
Mongolkhun 05:08, June 27 2013 (UTC)
- Ah yes, I see that 17 stations have not turned in yet (on a different reference). Thank you. --kelapstick(bainuu) 04:19, 27 June 2013 (UTC)
- You are welcome:)  at this first source in the table Elbegdorj's results are in blue column, Bat-Erdene is in red column and Udval is in yellow column and you see the final results of the won percentages of votes as Elbegdorj got 50.23 percent of total votes, while Bat-Erdene got 41.97 percent and Udval got 6.5 percent. The grey column in the beginning is the number of total voters voted. Second last row shows the number of voters voted for the election and the candidates.
Mongolkhun 05:23, June 27 2013 (UTC)
- Kelapstick, Congratulations!!! You did a great job so promptly.
Cheers, Mongolkhun 01:24, June 29 2013 (UTC)
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