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Elections 2019

Commission Announces 2.5 Million Votes Nationwide

The Independent Election Commission on Tuesday announced that 2,595,445 votes were cast in 4,384 centers across Afghanistan, but added that the numbers may change because the votes need to be confirmed during data entry.

According to the commission, 4,669 out of 5,373 polling centers were open on election day but people did not vote in 285 of the centers.

The commission said that 26,884 polling stations were open out of a total of 29,586 polling stations countrywide.

The Election Commission provided the following votes by city:

458,549 people voted in 557 centers in Kabul

193,624 people voted in 167 centers in Kandahar

255,052 people voted in 394 centers in Nangarhar

120,056 people voted in 253 centers in Herat

74,441 people voted in 158 centers in Balkh

Data on other provinces:

Badghis: 9,961 votes in 76 centers

Bamiyan: 84,124 votes in 219 centers

Baghlan: 155,772 votes in 146 centers

Parwan: 42,183 votes in 153 centers

Paktia: 161,678 votes in 159 centers

Panjshir: 19,205 votes in 96 centers

Takhar: 59,864 votes in 169 centers

Jawzjan: 38,135 votes in 54 centers

Khost: 94,485 votes in 185 centers

Daikundi: 117,506 votes in 252 centers

Zabul: 18,378 votes in 35 centers

Sar-e-Pul: 35,509 votes in 65 centers

Samangan: 39,255 votes in 76 centers

Badakhshan: 68,038 votes in 236 centers

Ghazni: 39,740 votes in 232 centers

Ghor: 60,483 votes in 109 centers

Faryab: 43,464 votes in 59 centers

Farah: 22,975 votes in 50 centers

Kapisa: 34,435 votes in 78 centers

Kunduz: 12,763 votes in 62 centers

Kunar: 67,383 votes in 110 centers

Laghman: 27,537 votes in 68 centers

Logar: 19,981 votes in 33 centers

Nuristan: 23,742 votes in 29 centers

Nimroz: 12,637 votes in 50 centers

Helmand: 115,333 votes in 97 centers

Maidan Wardak: 20,560 votes in 84 centers

According to the election commission, almost 9.6 million people had registered to vote in the presidential election.

Elections 2019

Commission Announces 2.5 Million Votes Nationwide

The Independent Election Commission says that 4,669 polling centers were open on election day.

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The Independent Election Commission on Tuesday announced that 2,595,445 votes were cast in 4,384 centers across Afghanistan, but added that the numbers may change because the votes need to be confirmed during data entry.

According to the commission, 4,669 out of 5,373 polling centers were open on election day but people did not vote in 285 of the centers.

The commission said that 26,884 polling stations were open out of a total of 29,586 polling stations countrywide.

The Election Commission provided the following votes by city:

458,549 people voted in 557 centers in Kabul

193,624 people voted in 167 centers in Kandahar

255,052 people voted in 394 centers in Nangarhar

120,056 people voted in 253 centers in Herat

74,441 people voted in 158 centers in Balkh

Data on other provinces:

Badghis: 9,961 votes in 76 centers

Bamiyan: 84,124 votes in 219 centers

Baghlan: 155,772 votes in 146 centers

Parwan: 42,183 votes in 153 centers

Paktia: 161,678 votes in 159 centers

Panjshir: 19,205 votes in 96 centers

Takhar: 59,864 votes in 169 centers

Jawzjan: 38,135 votes in 54 centers

Khost: 94,485 votes in 185 centers

Daikundi: 117,506 votes in 252 centers

Zabul: 18,378 votes in 35 centers

Sar-e-Pul: 35,509 votes in 65 centers

Samangan: 39,255 votes in 76 centers

Badakhshan: 68,038 votes in 236 centers

Ghazni: 39,740 votes in 232 centers

Ghor: 60,483 votes in 109 centers

Faryab: 43,464 votes in 59 centers

Farah: 22,975 votes in 50 centers

Kapisa: 34,435 votes in 78 centers

Kunduz: 12,763 votes in 62 centers

Kunar: 67,383 votes in 110 centers

Laghman: 27,537 votes in 68 centers

Logar: 19,981 votes in 33 centers

Nuristan: 23,742 votes in 29 centers

Nimroz: 12,637 votes in 50 centers

Helmand: 115,333 votes in 97 centers

Maidan Wardak: 20,560 votes in 84 centers

According to the election commission, almost 9.6 million people had registered to vote in the presidential election.

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