Gdynia (parliamentary constituency)

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Gdynia Constituency
Polish: Okręg wyborczy Gdynia
for the National Assembly of the Republic of Poland
Outline map
Boundary of the Gdynia Constituency in Poland
for the 2011 general election.
Counties in
Pomeranian Voivodeship
Bytów, Chojnice, Człuchów, Kartuzy, Kościerzyna, Lębork, Puck, Słupsk, and Wejherowo
City Counties in
Pomeranian Voivodeship
Gdynia and Słupsk
Electoral Details
Senate District 25
Senators 3
Sjem District 26
Sejm Deputies 14
Constituency Overlaps
Voivodeship sejmik Pomeranian Regional Assembly
European Parliament constituency Pomeranian

Gdynia is a Polish parliamentary constituency in the Masovian Voivodeship. It elects fourteen members of the Sejm and three members of the Senate.

The district has the number '26' for elections to the Sejm and '25' for elections to the Senate and is named after the city of Gdynia. It includes the counties of Bytów, Chojnice, Człuchów, Kartuzy, Kościerzyna, Lębork, Puck, Słupsk, and Wejherowo, and the city counties of Gdynia and Słupsk.

List of members[edit]

Senate[edit]

Member Party Term
Dorota Arciszewska-Mielewczyk Law and Justice
Kazimierz Kleina Civic Platform
Edmund Wittbrodt Civic Platform

Sejm[edit]

Member Party Term
Tadeusz Aziewicz Civic Platform
Marek Biernacki Civic Platform
Jerzy Budnik Civic Platform
Krystyna Kłosin Civic Platform 2011–[A]
Zbigniew Konwiński Civic Platform
Jacek Kowalik Democratic Left Alliance 2010–[B]
Zbigniew Kozak Law and Justice
Stanisław Lamczyk Civic Platform
Kazimierz Plocke Civic Platform
Leszek Redzimski Civic Platform 2010–[C]
Jarosław Sellin Law and Justice
Piotr Stanke Law and Justice
Jolanta Szczypińska Law and Justice
Władysław Szkop Independent[D] 2009–[E]
^A Kłosin replaced Zdzisław Czucha on 4 January 2011.
^B Kowalik replaced Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka on 19 May 2010.
^C Redzimski replaced Witold Namyślak on 14 December 2010.
^D Elected for the Democratic Left Alliance.
^E Szkop replaced Joanna Senyszyn on 24 June 2009.

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