• Thursday, 20 June 2024

Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates Number 3 Win at Ganjar Pranowo's Polling Station

Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates Number 3 Win  at Ganjar Pranowo's Polling Station
Ganjar Pranowo vote at Lempongsari Village, Gajahmungkur District, Semarang City, Central Java, on Wednesday (2/14). Photo : Suara Surabaya

SEAToday.com, Semarang - The presidential and vice presidential candidates number 3, Ganjar Pranowo and Mahfud MD won the election at the polling station where Ganjar Pranowo voted, 11 Lempongsari Village, Gajahmungkur District, Semarang City, Central Java, on Wednesday (2/14). Based on the total number of valid votes counted, Ganjar-Mahfud received 172 votes. Meanwhile, candidate number 1 Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar received 19 votes, while candidate number 2 Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming Raka received 76 votes.

During the vote count conducted by KPPS officials, three ballots were found to be invalid. The permanent voter list (DPT) at TPS 11 is known to be 293 people.

In addition, Ganjar also won handily at the polling station where Mahfud and his family voted, namely TPS 106 Sambilegi Lor, Maguwoharjo, Sleman Yogyakarta. Ganjar-Mahfud received 127 votes, followed by Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming who received 70 votes. Meanwhile, Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar received 59 votes.

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