DP Calling Races for Majoritarian Seats

Shortly after 9h this morning, the DP’s Saikhanbileg, head of its parliamentary faction, listed the results of the 48 first-past-the-post seats that are up for grabs. News.mn has the list in Mongolian.

Here it is in English (with many thanks to Batbileg for contributing gender info, m=male f=female; tw marks MPs whose Twitter account I have found and listed):

1. Arkhangai
N Batbayar DP m incumb tw B Bolor DP f new tw

2. Bayan-Olgii
A Bakei DP m new
A Tleikhan MPP m new

3. Bayankhongor
Kh Battulga DP m incumb tw
D Ganbat DP m new

4. Bulgan
Y Otgonbayar MPP m incumb tw

5. Gobi-Altai
Ts Damdorj MPP m new

6. Dorn-Gobi
Sh Batsuur MPP m new

7. Dornod
N Nomtoibayar MPP m new tw
Kh Bolorchuluun Indep f new

8. Dund-Gobi
B Narankhuu DP m incumb tw

9. Zavkhlan
Ya Tsanjmyatav DP m new
D Oyunkhorol MPP f incumb

10. Ovorkhangai
S Chinzorig MPP m new
N Tomorkhuu MPP m new

11. Omn-Gobi
D Bat-Erdene DP m new

12. Sukhbaatar
M Zorigt DP m new tw

13. Selenge
S Bayartsogt DP incumb tw
J Erdenebat MPP new

14. Tov
M Enkhbold MPP m incumb tw
Su Batbold MPP m incumb

15. Uvs
Ch Khurelbaatar MPP m incumb tw
B Choijilsuren MPP m incumb

16. Khovd
S Byambatsogt MPP m incumb tw
D Batsogt MPRP m new

17. Khuvsgul
L Enkh-Amgalan MPP m new
N Davaasuren Indep m new

18. Khentii
B Bat-Erdene MPP m incumb
B Garamgaibaatar DP m new

19. Darkhan-Uul
S Ganbaatar Indep m new tw
D Khayankhyarvaa MPP m incumb tw

20. Orkhon
O Sodbileg MPP m new
L Tsog MPRP m new

21. Khan-Uul
Lu Bold DP m incumb tw
Ts Oyungerel DP f new tw

22. Bayanzurkh
J Batzandan DP m new tw
D Gankhuyag DP m incumb tw
I Narantuya DP f new

23. Sukhbaatar
Lu Gantumur DP m incumb tw
R Amarjargal DP m incum tw

24. Bayangol
S Odontuya DP f  new tw
S Erdene DP m incumb

25. Songinokhairkhan
L Erdenechimeg DP f new
L Erkhembayar DP m new tw
D Terbishdagva MPRP m incumb

26. Chingeltei
G Bayarsaikhan DP m incumb
D Zorigt MPP m incumb tw

All that would add up to DP 23, MPP 19, MPRP 3, Independent 3

About Julian Dierkes

Julian Dierkes is a sociologist by training (PhD Princeton Univ) and a Mongolist by choice and passion since around 2005. He teaches in the Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. He toots @jdierkes@sciences.social and tweets @jdierkes
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