On 3 July 2019, a regular meeting of the CEC of Russia was held.
Secretary of the CEC of Russia, Maya Grishina, said that in the by-election of deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, self-nomination and nomination of candidates by political parties was going on.
“There were 159 candidates nominated for the election of top officials of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, - said Maya Grishina. - Of these, 45 candidates were nominated by way of self-nomination and 114 candidates were nominated by 31 political parties. In 9 regions, the nomination process has already been completed. In the elections to the legislative bodies of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, the number of candidates is 2,490 people. 45 lists of candidates nominated by 18 political parties were certified. ”
About the list of digital polling stations
The CEC of Russia approved the List of Digital Polling Stations for voting in a Federal City of Moscow at the by-election of deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the seventh convocation and the election of senior officials of the subjects of the Russian Federation on September 8, 2019.
“24 election commissions will be created at dedicated digital precincts, and six commissions will simultaneously exercise authority in the Moscow City Duma elections both at regular and at digital precincts, - said Deputy Chairman of the CEC of Russia Nikolai Bulaev. - In accordance with Federal law, Moscow City Election Commission proposed to us a list of digital polling stations. They are located almost in all districts of Moscow. From the point of view of their location, this should satisfy the needs of voters who want to vote in Moscow for the elections of governors of their regions, as well as for the by-elections of deputies of the State Duma.”