The Moscow regional election Commission has registered Vorobyov as a candidate for the post of head of the Moscow region

MOSCOW, July 12. /TASS/. The electoral Commission of the Moscow region on Thursday have registered a candidate from the party “United Russia” and the incumbent Governor of Moscow region Andrei Vorobyov as a candidate for the post of Governor of the region, the correspondent of TASS.

“To register a candidate for the post of Moscow region Governor Andrey Vorobyov nominated by the political party “United Russia” – follows from the decision of the election Commission. The electoral Commission has verified the available documents and signature sheets for the passage of the municipal filter. They meet all the requirements.

Earlier it was reported that required to pass the municipal filter signatures in Mosoblispolkom passed Kirill Zhigarev from the LDPR, Igor Chistyukhin from “Fair Russia” Andrei Vorobyov from the “United Russia”, Lily Belova from the “green Alliance”, Boris Nadezhdin from the Party of growth and Konstantin Cheremisov of the Communist party. The Moscow regional election Commission has already registered Chistochina and procedures as candidates. The final list of candidates for the post of Governor of the Moscow region will be published on 15 July.

Elections in the Moscow region

The campaign period is the media in Moscow will begin on 11 August and will end at 00:00 GMT on 8 September. Elections of the Governor will pass in the uniform voting day on 9 September. Also this day will be 43 vote on the election of heads of districts, urban and rural settlements and municipal elections in 18 municipalities of the region.

Only for January 2018 in Moscow region was about 5.6 million voters. This year for the first time will be able to vote and about 40 thousand people who reach adulthood in September.

In the field will work 4.2 thousand polling stations, and at least five will take place on the territory of the dacha and dacha for the convenience of residents. In the gubernatorial elections in Moscow will employ about 1.7 thousand of complexes of processing of ballots (COHIBA) 2010 and 2017 model years. Surveillance will work on the 73 territorial election commissions and almost 2.2 precinct election commissions.