2004 Serbian local elections


Local elections were held in Serbia (excluding Kosovo) on 19 September and 3 October 2004, concurrently with the 2004 Vojvodina provincial election.

This was the first cycle of local elections held in Serbia since the fall of Slobodan Milošević in October 2000, and the voting procedure was significantly changed from the previous cycle. Under the prior system, local assembly delegates were elected over two rounds in single-member constituencies. The 2004 elections were held under a system of proportional representation. This cycle also saw the introduction of direct election for the mayors in most of Serbia's cities and municipalities (although not in the constituent municipalities of the City of Belgrade); the mayors were elected over two rounds, with the second round of voting taking place on 3 October 2004. The direct election of mayors was subsequently abandoned, and in future election cycles the mayors were chosen by the elected members of the local assemblies.

One-third of assembly mandates were assigned to candidates from successful electoral lists in numerical order. The other two-thirds were assigned to other candidates on the same lists at the discretion of the sponsoring parties or coalitions; at least one quarter of the latter mandates were to be assigned to "members of the less represented sex on the list" (which, in practical terms, usually meant that these mandates were reserved for female candidates).[1]

The campaign saw growth in support for both the centre-left Democratic Party and the far-right Serbian Radical Party,[2] both of which were at the time in opposition in the republican parliament.

The most closely watched election was that for mayor of Belgrade. In the second round of voting, Democratic Party candidate Nenad Bogdanović narrowly defeated Aleksandar Vučić, who was at the time a member of the Radical Party.

This was the only local election cycle held while Serbia was a member of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

Results


Note: The first percentage column for assembly results refers to the percentage of valid votes received by each list; the second column refers to the percentage of all votes. Lists were required to receive three per cent of all votes cast to cross the electoral threshold.

Belgrade

City of Belgrade

The Democratic Party won both the mayoral election and a plurality victory for the city assembly.

2004 City of Belgrade local election
Mayor of Belgrade - First and Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  % Votes  %
Nenad Bogdanović Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 165,565 33.52 234,513 50.91
Aleksandar Vučić Serbian Radical Party 145,959 29.55 226,161 49.09
Zoran Drakulić Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 75,548 15.29
Nebojša Čović Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 28,631 5.80
Jasmina Mitrović Marić Strength of Serbia Movement 27,599 5.59
Žarko Obradović Socialist Party of Serbia 19,062 3.86
Branka Bošnjak G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 15,480 3.13
Dragan Kojadinović Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković 8,823 1.79
Slobodan Vuksanović People's Democratic Party 7,318 1.48
Total valid votes 493,985 100 460,674 100
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 27 (20 September 2004), p. 2; Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 29 (4 October 2004), p. 1.

The results of the election for the City Assembly of Belgrade were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 160,594 32.82 32.10 34
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 131,044 26.78 26.19 27
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 62,987 12.87 12.59 13
Socialist Party of Serbia 27,563 5.63 5.51 6
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 24,511 5.01 4.90 5
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 23,600 4.82 4.72 5
Democratic AlternativeSDP–Dr. Nebojša Čović 14,944 3.05 2.99 -
Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković 10,577 2.16 2.11 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 6,467 1.32 1.29 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 4,151 0.85 0.83 -
Pensioners' Party of Serbia–Radoslav Mitrović 2,672 0.55 0.53 -
Citizens' Group: Dunavski Venac Dr. Dragan Mladenović 2,327 0.48 0.47 -
People's Radical Party 2,211 0.45 0.44 -
Socialist People's PartyBranislav Ivković 1,702 0.35 0.34 -
Serbian People's Radical Party–Vladimir Stanojlović 1,297 0.27 0.26 -
Citizens' Group: Dragić Radovanović–Independent Candidate Belgrade 1,272 0.26 0.25 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia Dr. Branko Kitanović 1,011 0.21 0.20 -
Ravna Gora Movement D.M. 915 0.19 0.18 -
Social Democratic UnionŽarko Korać 894 0.18 0.18 -
Ecological Green Party–Vukosav Bojović 873 0.18 0.17 -
Roma Social Democratic Party of Serbia Rade Ćirić 710 0.15 0.14 -
Workers Party of Yugoslavia–Petar Veličković 704 0.14 0.14 -
Citizens' Group: Gavrilo Princip 699 0.14 0.14 -
Liberals of Belgrade–Rebeka Božović 658 0.13 0.13 -
Green Party EKO–Budimir Babić 584 0.12 0.12 -
Roma Democratic Party 550 0.11 0.11 -
Citizens' Group: Branko Ćopić–A Writer 501 0.10 0.10 -
Roma Union of Serbia–Stevanović Marko 435 0.09 0.09 -
Democratic Orthodox Party-Dr. Mihailo Petković 428 0.09 0.09 -
Citizens' Group: Tešić Mikica 424 0.09 0.08 -
Union of the Greens Dr. Marija Milutinović 387 0.08 0.08 -
Citizens' Group: For Truth, Justice, and a Better Life–R. Perović 292 0.06 0.06 -
Progressive Party–Progressives–Dr. Branislav Pavlović 235 0.05 0.05 -
For a Better Belgrade–Melita Šteković 221 0.05 0.04 -
Serbian Unity Party–Milorad Stojković Stenka 218 0.04 0.04 -
Free Democratic Party–DPS–Mr. Radoslav Stevanović Dosa 206 0.04 0.04 -
Citizens' Group: Association of Foreign Currency and Dinar Savers of Serbia and Montenegro (UDŠSCG)–Ivan B. Nedeljković 198 0.04 0.04 -
Democratic Reform European Party (DRES) Nebojša Mijušković 169 0.03 0.03 -
Citizens' Group: Toađer Branka 143 0.03 0.03 -
489,374 100 97.81 90
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 27 (20 September 2004), p. 2; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; p. 11.[3]
Municipalities of Belgrade

Municipal assembly elections were held in sixteen of Belgrade's seventeen constituent municipalities. The exception was Barajevo, where a special off-year election had taken place in 2003.[4]

The elections were generally a success for the Democratic Party, which finished first in most municipalities and ultimately attained the mayoralty in eleven. The Radicals won the mayor's offices in Zemun and Surčin, the Democratic Party of Serbia won the mayoralty in Lazarevac, and independents were chosen as mayor in Grocka and Sopot.

Barajevo

There was no election for the Municipal Assembly of Barajevo in 2004.

Čukarica

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Čukarica were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 13,939 28.67 28.19 14
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 12,438 25.59 25.15 12
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 6,726 13.84 13.60 7
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 5,655 11.63 11.44 5
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 2,704 5.56 5.47 3
Socialist Party of Serbia–Dr. Rajko Srdić 2,452 5.04 4.96 2
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 1,620 3.33 3.28 2
Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković 948 1.95 1.92 -
Citizens' Group: Da na celoj opštini Čukarica bude kao na Čukarici 696 1.43 1.41 -
Citizens' Group: My Čukarica 521 1.07 1.05 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 320 0.66 0.65 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 285 0.59 0.58 -
Roma Union of Serbia–Zoran Dimić 158 0.33 0.32 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–Branislav Kitanović 149 0.31 0.30 -
48,611 100 98.30 45
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 5; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 11, 46.[5]

Dragan Tešić of the Democratic Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[6]

Grocka

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Grocka were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 4,394 21.41 20.85 8
Citizens' Group: Our Man–Blažo Stojanović 3,287 16.01 15.59 6
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 2,474 12.05 11.74 5
Socialist Party of Serbia 2,185 10.65 10.37 4
Citizens' Group: Strength of the Citizens–Vladan Zarić 1,804 8.79 8.56 3
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 1,369 6.70 6.49 2
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 1,084 5.28 5.14 2
Serbian Renewal Movement–Dr. Vlada Pavlović 1,007 4.91 4.78 2
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 871 4.24 4.13 2
Social Democratic Party–Mihailo Barac 640 3.12 3.04 1
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 413 2.01 1.96 -
People's Democratic Party "Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović" 311 1.52 1.48 -
"Social Democratic Party"[7] 212 1.03 1.01 -
Citizens' Group: Jugoslav Bogojević 112 0.55 0.53 -
Economic Strength of Serbia–Rajko Uzelac 99 0.48 0.47 -
Citizens' Association–Grocka 77 0.38 0.37 -
Citizens' Group: Miloš Lazović 62 0.30 0.29 -
Civic Alliance of SerbiaGoran Svilanović 58 0.28 0.28 -
Citizens' Group: Dejan Živković 50 0.24 0.24 -
Liberals of Serbia 17 0.08 0.08 -
20,526 100 97.38 35
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 5; Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 36 (21 December 2004), p. 46; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; p. 41.

Although the Radicals technically won a plurality victory, the election did not even come close to producing a clear winner, and the next four years saw several changes in the local government.

Blažo Stojanović, elected at the head of an independent list, was chosen as mayor after the election, in an alliance with the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party of Serbia, the Serbian Renewal Movement, the Strength of Serbia Movement, and the Social Democratic Party. The coalition fell apart in mid-2005, and local Radical Party leader Dragoljub Simonović became mayor at the head of a new governing alliance. In late 2005, Stojanović was able to return as mayor with a coalition including the Socialists, the Democratic Party of Serbia, the Serbian Renewal Movement, the Social Democratic Party, and Vladan Zarić's list. The Socialists and the Democratic Party withdrew their support in mid-2007, and Stojanović created a new coalition including the Radicals and Strength of Serbia Movement. One member of Strength of Serbia defected to the opposition in December 2007, leading to a period of confusion in which both the government and opposition claimed to control a majority of seats. This lasted until new local elections took place in May 2008.[8][9]

Lazarevac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Lazarevac were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 3,450 19.11 18.39 13
Democratic Party of Serbia–Dr. Vojislav Koštunica 3,203 17.74 17.07 12
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 2,230 12.35 11.89 8
Socialist Party of Serbia–Slavoljub Pavlović Kolubarac 2,134 11.82 11.37 8
Citizens' Group: Milanović Slobodan 1,467 8.13 7.82 6
Serbian Renewal Movement–Dr. Vuk Drašković 1,179 6.53 6.28 4
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 1,171 6.49 6.24 4
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 810 4.49 4.32 3
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 679 3.76 3.62 3
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 409 2.27 2.18 -
Citizens' Group: Marinković Dragan Gane 275 1.52 1.47 -
Citizens' Group: Milojko Radonjić 224 1.24 1.19 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 193 1.07 1.03 -
Citizens' Group: Jeremić Mile Major 119 0.66 0.63 -
Citizens' Group: Milun Stanojević 105 0.58 0.56 -
Citizens' Group: Borivoje Petrović 69 0.38 0.37 -
Citizens' Group: Milena Gajić 64 0.35 0.34 -
Citizens' Group: Goran Đorđević 60 0.33 0.32 -
Citizens' Group: Stanimirović Zoran Žuća 60 0.33 0.32 -
New Roma Democratic Party 55 0.30 0.29 -
Democratic Orthodox Party-Dr. Mihailo Petković 53 0.29 0.28 -
NKPJ–Branislav Kitanović 42 0.23 0.22 -
18,051 100 96.22 61
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 6; Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 36 (21 December 2004), p. 46.

The election did not produce a clear winner. Branko Borić of the Democratic Party of Serbia was subsequently chosen as mayor.[10]

Mladenovac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Mladenovac were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 3,184 20.62 19.92 12
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 3,046 19.73 19.06 12
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 1,813 11.74 11.34 7
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 1,704 11.04 10.66 7
Socialist Party of Serbia–Tihomir Tomićević 1,230 7.97 7.70 5
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 942 6.10 5.89 4
Citizens' Group: Alliance for the Revival of Mladenovac–Predrag Čokić 883 5.72 5.52 3
Citizens' Group: United for Mladenovac 730 4.73 4.57 3
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 537 3.48 3.36 2
Socialist People's Party–Vladan Gajić 377 2.44 2.36 -
Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković 353 2.29 2.21 -
International Party "Roma of Serbia" 142 0.92 0.89 -
League of Communists of Yugoslavia 140 0.91 0.88 -
Citizens' Group: For Mladenovac–Radosav Ivanović Džamba 113 0.73 0.71 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 105 0.68 0.66 -
Roma Congress Party–Miroslav Milanović 94 0.61 0.59 -
Union of the Greens–Petar Stojanović 47 0.30 0.29 -
15,440 100 96.60 55
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 6.

Zoran Kostić of the Democratic Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[11]

New Belgrade

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of New Belgrade were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 28,669 38.37 37.76 28
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 17,690 23.68 23.30 17
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 8,597 11.51 11.32 8
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 6,109 8.18 8.05 6
Socialist Party of Serbia 4,658 6.23 6.14 5
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 3,512 4.70 4.63 3
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 1,537 2.06 2.02 -
Movement for New BelgradeSPOLS 855 1.14 1.13 -
Pensioners' Party of Serbia–Milomir Obradović 695 0.93 0.92 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 522 0.70 0.69 -
For a Civic SerbiaGoran Svilanović (GSSSDU) 424 0.57 0.56 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 314 0.42 0.41 -
Alliance of Communists of Yugoslavia and Serbia 269 0.36 0.35 -
Dragić Radovanović, Independent Candidate Citizens' Group Belgrade 257 0.34 0.34 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–Branislav Kitanović 203 0.27 0.27 -
Roma Unity Party 157 0.21 0.21 -
Socialist People's Party–Branka Cvetković 145 0.19 0.19 -
Citizens' Group: For a Better Belgrade–Melita Šteković 98 0.13 0.13 -
74,711 100 98.41 67
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 3.

Incumbent mayor Željko Ožegović of the Democratic Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election, with the support of thirty-eight delegates.[12] Nenad Milenković was one of the DS candidates elected to the assembly.

Obrenovac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Obrenovac were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 4,816 22.92 22.23 14
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 4,412 20.99 20.37 13
Socialist Party of Serbia 2,584 12.30 11.93 8
Serbian Renewal MovementNew Serbia 2,186 10.40 10.09 6
Citizens' Association of Obrenovac 1,397 6.65 6.45 4
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 1,250 5.95 5.77 4
Political Party G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 954 4.54 4.40 3
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 936 4.45 4.32 3
DHSLiberals of Serbia–Dr. Vladan Batić 532 2.53 2.46 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. S. Vuksanović 528 2.51 2.44 -
Citizens' Group: To Victory–Miladin Tošić 441 2.10 2.04 -
Citizens' Group: All for a Better and Fairer Obrenovac - And Right Away–G.V. 268 1.28 1.24 -
DPS Social Democracy–Dr. Vuk Obradović 259 1.23 1.20 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia 168 0.80 0.78 -
Party of Serbian Unity 129 0.61 0.60 -
Citizens' Group: Dudovi 56 0.27 0.26 -
Roma Democratic Party 51 0.24 0.24 -
New Roma Democratic Party of Serbia Z.J. Pipi 48 0.23 0.22 -
21,015 100 97.01 55
Source: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 29 (4 October 2004), p. 2.

Although the Radical Party technically won the election, it could not command a majority of seats in the assembly. Nebojša Ćeran of the Democratic Party was selected as mayor.[13]

Palilula

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Palilula were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 12,892 28.62 27.98 17
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 10,883 24.16 23.62 15
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 4,804 10.66 10.42 6
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 4,405 9.78 9.56 6
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 2,539 5.64 5.51 3
Citizens' Group: Dunavski Venac 2,457 5.45 5.33 3
Socialist Party of Serbia 2,030 4.51 4.40 3
Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković 1,568 3.48 3.40 2
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 1,126 2.50 2.44 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 592 1.31 1.28 -
Citizens' Group: For Palilula 338 0.75 0.73 -
People's Radical Party 295 0.65 0.64 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 241 0.53 0.52 -
Roma Social Democratic Party of Serbia 228 0.51 0.49 -
Ecological Green Party 170 0.38 0.37 -
Workers Party of Yugoslavia 127 0.28 0.28 -
Roma Democratic Party 121 0.27 0.26 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia 99 0.22 0.21 -
Citizens' Group 85 0.19 0.18 -
Free Democratic Party 52 0.12 0.11 -
45,052 100 97.76 55
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 27 (20 September 2004), p. 3.

Danilo Bašić of the Democratic Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[14]

Rakovica

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Rakovica were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 9,570 31.96 31.45 20
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 8,453 28.23 27.78 18
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 4,096 13.68 13.46 8
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 2,189 7.31 7.19 5
Socialist Party of Serbia–Duśan Đaković 1,536 5.13 5.05 3
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 1,456 4.86 4.78 3
Coalition for Rakovica Dr. Slobodan VuksanovićPeople's Democratic Party, Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković, Social Democracy, Roma Union of Serbia, Citizens' Association of Rakovica Straževica, Resnik Residents' Association "General Agricultural Co-operative Resnik" 1,020 3.41 3.35 2
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 999 3.34 3.28 2
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 275 0.92 0.90 -
Alliance of Communists of Yugoslavia and Serbia 162 0.54 0.53 -
Union of the Greens–Dr. Marija Milutinović 130 0.43 0.43 -
Socialist People's Party–Sava Ilić 62 0.21 0.20 -
29,948 100 98.41 61
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 4.

Bojan Milić of the Democratic Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[15]

Savski Venac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Savski Venac were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 5,962 38.00 37.37 16
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 2,935 18.71 18.40 8
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 2,300 14.66 14.42 6
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 835 5.32 5.23 2
Socialist Party of Serbia 752 4.79 4.71 2
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 703 4.48 4.41 2
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 485 3.09 3.04 1
League for Savski Venac–Civic Initiative Mr. Tatjana Janić 431 2.75 2.70 -
Serbian Renewal Movement–Dr. Mirjana Panić 284 1.81 1.78 -
Civic Initiative Against Corruption–Dr. R.A. Rajs 280 1.78 1.76 -
Citizens' Group: For Savski Venac–Krstić Zdravko 259 1.65 1.62 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 150 0.96 0.94 -
Citizens' Group: Gavrilo Princip 119 0.76 0.75 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 90 0.57 0.56 -
Citizens' Group: Cile – Senjak 82 0.52 0.51 -
Progressive Party–Progressives 21 0.13 0.13 -
15,688 100 98.33 37
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 4; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 11, 43-44.[16]

Tomislav Đorđević of the Democratic Party was selected as mayor after the election. A member of the Democratic Party of Serbia was chosen as deputy mayor.[17]

Sopot

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Sopot were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Citizens' Group: For the Municipality of SopotŽivorad – Žika Milosavljević 2,751 39.05 37.78 14
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 1,205 17.11 16.55 6
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 1,145 16.25 15.72 6
For a Democratic MunicipalityDSS Vojislav KoštunicaSPO Vuk Drašković 573 8.13 7.87 3
Socialist Party of Serbia Veroljub – Verko Sinđelić 271 3.85 3.72 2
Democratic Alternative–Dr. Nebojša Čović 250 3.55 3.43 1
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 231 3.28 3.17 1
Citizens' Group For the Development of the Municipality of Sopot 198 2.81 2.72 -
Citizens' Group For Youth and Progress in the Municipality of Sopot 169 2.40 2.32 -
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 123 1.75 1.69 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 94 1.33 1.29 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–Branko Kitanović 34 0.48 0.47 -
7,044 100 96.74 33
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 6; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; p. 45.

Incumbent mayor Živorad Milosavljević of the For the Municipality of Sopot list was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[18]

Stari Grad

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Stari Grad were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 9,963 43.54 42.81 27
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 3,823 16.71 16.43 11
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 3,324 14.53 14.28 9
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 1,620 7.08 6.96 5
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 876 3.83 3.76 2
Socialist Party of Serbia 744 3.25 3.20 2
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 530 2.32 2.28 -
Citizens' Group: Neighbours for Stari Grad–Predrag Rajčević 448 1.96 1.92 -
Serbian Renewal Movement–Dr. Jovan Novak 405 1.77 1.74 -
Civic Alliance of SerbiaGoran Svilanović 380 1.66 1.63 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 362 1.58 1.56 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 124 0.54 0.53 -
Social Democracy–Dr. Vuk Obradović 80 0.35 0.34 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–Branko Kitanović 72 0.31 0.31 -
Socialist People's PartyBranislav Ivković 65 0.28 0.28 -
Democratic Reform European Party–Nebojša Mijušković 35 0.15 0.15 -
Citizens' Group: Association of Foreign Currency and Dinar Savers of Serbia and Montenegro (UDŠSCG)–Ivan B. Nedeljković 29 0.13 0.13 -
22,880 100 98.31 56
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 27 (20 September 2004), p. 4.

Incumbent mayor Mirjana Božidarević of the Democratic Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election.[19]

Surčin

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Surčin were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 4,292 42.81 41.56 9
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 2,257 22.51 21.86 5
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 1,022 10.19 9.90 2
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 682 6.80 6.60 1
Socialist Party of Serbia 474 4.73 4.59 1
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 316 3.15 3.06 1
Serbian Renewal Movement–Vuk Drašković 304 3.03 2.94 -
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 191 1.90 1.85 -
Citizens' Group: For Surčin 180 1.80 1.74 -
Citizens' Group: For Lepši and Donji Srem 110 1.10 1.07 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 100 1.00 0.97 -
Citizens' Group: "Vinogradska–Donji Srem 61 0.61 0.59 -
Citizens' Group: Something New 38 0.38 0.37 -
10,027 100 97.09 19
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 7.

Rajko Matović of the Radical Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[20]

Voždovac

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Voždovac were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 14,814 32.90 32.15 20
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 11,017 24.46 23.91 15
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 6,905 15.33 14.98 10
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 2,883 6.40 6.26 4
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 2,526 5.61 5.48 4
Socialist Party of Serbia 2,462 5.47 5.34 3
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 1,110 2.46 2.41 -
Serbian Renewal MovementVuk Drašković 1,047 2.32 2.27 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 556 1.23 1.21 -
People's Radical Party–Duško Jelić 291 0.65 0.63 -
Civic Alliance of SerbiaSocial Democratic UnionGoran Svilanović 255 0.57 0.55 -
New SerbiaVelimir Ilić 237 0.53 0.51 -
Social Democracy–Dr. Vuk Obradović 184 0.41 0.40 -
Liberals of Serbia 129 0.29 0.28 -
Union of the Greens–Dr. Marija Milutinović 128 0.28 0.28 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–Branislav Kitanović 118 0.26 0.26 -
International Party "Roma" of Serbia 101 0.22 0.22 -
Socialist People's Party–Ivana Petrović 86 0.19 0.19 -
Democratic Orthodox Party-Dr. Mihailo Petković 81 0.18 0.18 -
Labour Party of Serbia–Dragan Ružić Kanja 54 0.12 0.12 -
Citizens' Group: Association of Foreign Currency and Dinar Savers of Serbia and Montenegro (UDŠSCG)–Ivan B. Nedeljković 50 0.11 0.11 -
45,034 100 97.72 56
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 27 (20 September 2004), p. 3.

Goran Lukačević of the Democratic Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[21]

Vračar

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Vračar were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 10,953 46.79 46.05 30
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 3,839 16.40 16.14 10
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 3,125 13.35 13.14 9
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 1,353 5.78 5.69 4
Socialist Party of Serbia 1,134 4.84 4.77 3
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 881 3.76 3.71 2
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 793 3.39 3.33 2
Serbian Renewal MovementPeople's Democratic PartyNew SerbiaSlobodan VuksanovićVuk Drašković 639 2.73 2.69 -
Civic Alliance of SerbiaGoran Svilanović 357 1.53 1.50 -
Socialist People's Party–Dr. Zlata Ćetković 144 0.62 0.61 -
Union of the Greens–Dr. Marija Milutinović 131 0.56 0.55 -
Association of Foreign Currency and Dinar Savers of Serbia and Montenegro (UDŠSCG)–Ivan B. Nedeljković 59 0.25 0.25 -
23,408 100 98.42 60
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), pp. 1–2.

Incumbent mayor Milena Milošević of the Democratic Party was confirmed for another term in office after the election. Her deputy mayor was a member of the Democratic Party of Serbia.[22]

Zemun

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Zemun were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 18,086 40.16 39.50 26
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 13,360 29.67 29.18 19
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 4,663 10.36 10.18 7
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 2,462 5.47 5.38 3
Socialist Party of Serbia 1,628 3.62 3.56 2
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 1,153 2.56 2.52 -
Serbian Renewal Movement–Dr. Ljubiša Popović 957 2.13 2.09 -
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. Nebojša Čović 887 1.97 1.94 -
New SerbiaPeople's Democratic PartyVelimir Ilić–Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 370 0.82 0.81 -
Pensioners' Party of Serbia 366 0.81 0.80 -
People's Radical Party 285 0.63 0.62 -
Workers Party of Yugoslavia 212 0.47 0.46 -
Municipal Organization of Disabled People of Zemun 204 0.45 0.45 -
Roma Democratic Party–Sevđedin Haliti Sevđa 158 0.35 0.35 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–Branislav Kitanović 104 0.23 0.23 -
Free Democratic Party–Mr. Radoslav Stevanović Dosa 71 0.16 0.16 -
Progressive Party–Dragan Vulin 65 0.14 0.14 -
45,031 100 98.34 57
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 3.

Gordana Pop Lazić of the Radical Party was selected as mayor after the election, with support from the Socialists and the Strength of Serbia Movement.[23][24]

Zvezdara

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Zvezdara were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 14,354 35.50 34.81 20
Serbian Radical PartyT. Nikolić 9,320 23.05 22.60 13
Democratic Party of Serbia–Dr. V. Koštunica 5,593 13.83 13.56 8
Strength of Serbia MovementB. Karić 2,796 6.91 6.78 4
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 2,031 5.02 4.92 3
Socialist Party of Serbia 1,956 4.84 4.74 3
Democratic AlternativeSocial Democratic Party–Dr. N. Čović 1,336 3.30 3.24 2
Serbian Renewal MovementZvezdara 1,197 2.96 2.90 -
People's Radical Party 419 1.04 1.02 -
Civic Alliance of SerbiaG. Svilanović 374 0.92 0.91 -
People's Democratic Party–Dr. S. Vuksanović 356 0.88 0.86 -
New SerbiaVelimir - Velja Ilić 316 0.78 0.77 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia–B. Kitanović 148 0.37 0.36 -
Citizens' Group: Mikica Tešić 137 0.34 0.33 -
Party "Serbian Unity"–D. Rašković 106 0.26 0.26 -
40,439 100 98.06 53
Sources: Službeni List (Grada Beograda), Volume 48 Number 28 (21 September 2004), p. 2; Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 11, 41.[25]

Milan Popović of the Democratic Party was chosen as mayor after the election.[26]

Vojvodina

South Bačka District
Novi Sad
Mayor of Novi Sad - First and Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  % Votes  %
Maja Gojković Serbian Radical Party 44,013 42.65 60,235 50.29
Borislav Novaković (incumbent) Democratic Party 34,300 33.24 59,540 49.71
Branislav Pomoriški Together for Vojvodina 8,450 8.19
Đorđe Bašić Strength of Serbia Movement 5,243 5.08
Dejan Mikavica Democratic Party of Serbia 3,942 3.82
Miodrag Isakov Serbian Renewal MovementReformists of Vojvodina 3,556 3.45
Miloš Tomić G17 Plus 2,171 2.10
Branislav Švonja Community of Serbs of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina 894 0.87
Zoran Stojanović New Serbia 628 0.61
Total valid votes 103,197 100 119,775 100
Sources: Nužda demokratskog zagrljaja, Vreme, 23 September 2004, accessed 17 July 2021; ЛОКАЛНИ ИЗБОРИ: Председници општина и градова, изабрани на локалним изборима, 2004., Archived 2010-10-03 at the Wayback Machine, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, 3 October 2010, accessed 12 July 2021.

The results of the election for the City Assembly of Novi Sad were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 35,466 36.09 35.52 34
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 25,772 26.22 25.81 27
"Together for Vojvodina" (League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Democratic Vojvodina, Vojvodinian Movement, Vojvodina Union–Vojvodina My Home, Union of Socialists of Vojvodina)–Mr. Branislav Pomoriški 8,999 9.16 9.01 9
Democratic Party of Serbia–Dr. Vojislav Koštunica 4,946 5.03 4.95 5
Citizens' Groups (ten different lists)[27] 4,481 4.56 4.49 -
Socialist Party of Serbia–Novi Sad 3,612 3.68 3.62 3
G17 Plus, Miroljub Labus 3,392 3.45 3.40 3
"Clean Hands of Novi SadSPORVOtpor" Miodrag Mile Isakov–Slobodan Živkucin 2,949 3.00 2.95 -
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 2,886 2.94 2.89 -
SNP Svetozar Miletić–People's Democratic Party Dr. Slobodan Vuksanović 1,333 1.36 1.34 -
Democratic Alternative–Dr. Nebojša Čović 1,037 1.06 1.04 -
People's PartyMilan Paroški 801 0.82 0.80 -
Democratic Party of Vojvodina HungariansÁgoston András 731 0.74 0.73 -
New Serbia–Dr. Zoran Stojanović 379 0.39 0.38 -
Association of Serbs of Vojvodina–Dušan Salatić 342 0.35 0.34 -
Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina 257 0.26 0.26 -
To Live Normally LS, DHSS, Patriotic Party of the Diaspora 205 0.21 0.21 -
Socialist People's Party–Prof. Dr. Branislav Ivković 168 0.17 0.17 -
New Communist Party of Yugoslavia Branko Kitanović 163 0.17 0.16 -
Ravna Gora Movement D.M. 149 0.15 0.15 -
Party of Serbian Unity 134 0.14 0.13 -
New Democratic Party of Roma of Serbia–Lazar Dimić 76 0.08 0.08 -
98,278 100 98.44 78
Sources: Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 12, 63-64; Izbori za odbornike u skupštini grada Novog Sada, Archived 2004-09-16 at the Wayback Machine, City Electoral Commission of Novi Sad, 16 September 2004, accessed 23 July 2021.

The Radicals attained a working majority in the assembly with the support of the Socialists and the Democratic Party of Serbia (whose delegates aligned with the Radicals over the objections of the party's leadership).[28]

Bač
Mayor of Bač - Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  %
Tomislav Bogunović (incumbent) Democratic Party 4,212 52.97
Milenko Babić For the Revival of the Municipality of Bač 3,740 47.03
Miloš Vuković Democratic Party of Serbia eliminated in the first round
Dragan Medić Serbian Radical Party eliminated in the first round
Pavle Dajić G17 Plus eliminated in the first round
7,952 100
Sources: "U Baču pet kandidata za predsjednika Općine", Hrvatska Riječ, 10 September 2004, accessed 11 July 2021; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 July 2007, accessed 11 July 2021; ЛОКАЛНИ ИЗБОРИ: Председници општина и градова, изабрани на локалним изборима, 2004., Archived 2010-10-03 at the Wayback Machine, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, 3 October 2010, accessed 12 July 2021.

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Bač were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Democratic Party 2,927 39.90 38.29 11
Serbian Radical Party 1,948 26.56 25.48 8
Democratic Party of Serbia 714 9.73 9.34 3
Socialist Party of Serbia 532 7.25 6.96 2
G17 Plus 349 4.76 4.57 1
Citizens' Groups (two different lists)[29] 196 2.67 2.56 -
Reformists of Vojvodina and Slovački Centar 189 2.58 2.47 -
Vojvodina for Everyone (League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Vojvodina Coalition, Civic Alliance of Serbia, Vojvodina Green Party) 158 2.15 2.07 -
Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians 155 2.11 2.03 -
Serbian Renewal Movement 91 1.24 1.19 -
Strength of Serbia MovementBogoljub Karić 76 1.04 0.99 -
7,335 100 95.95 25
Sources: Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 12, 61; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 July 2007, accessed 11 July 2021.
Bačka Palanka
Mayor of Bačka Palanka - First and Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  % Votes  %
Dragan Bozalo Serbian Radical Party 4,952 27.94 6,233 51.16
Slobodan Škorić Socialist Party of Serbia 2,717 15.33 5,951 48.84
Jovan Palalić Democratic Party of Serbia 2,645 14.92
Kosta Stakić Democratic Party 2,503 14.12
Milutin Rujević Strength of Serbia Movement 1,733 9.78
Goran Milošev New Serbia 951 5.37
Slobodan Stojnović Serbian Renewal Movement 911 5.14
Bogoljub Trkulja Citizens' Group 740 4.17
Tatjana Drobac Christian Democratic Party of Serbia 573 3.23
Total valid votes 17,725 100 12,184 100
Sources: Velika Srbija [Radical Party publication], Volume 15, Number 1969 (Bačka Palanka, October 2004), p. 3 [the first round results are copied in this source]; ЛОКАЛНИ ИЗБОРИ: Председници општина и градова, изабрани на локалним изборима, 2004., Archived 2010-10-03 at the Wayback Machine, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, 3 October 2010, accessed 12 July 2021.

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Bačka Palanka were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 5,409 30.54 29.58 16
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 2,967 16.75 16.22 9
Socialist Party of Serbia 2,092 11.81 11.44 6
Democratic Party of SerbiaVojislav Koštunica 1,520 8.58 8.31 4
Strength of Serbia Movement Bogoljub Karić 1,172 6.62 6.41 3
Citizens' Groups other than Klub Pivničana (ten different lists)[30] 1,011 5.71 5.53 -
Serbian Renewal Movement 766 4.33 4.19 2
Citizens' Group: Klub Pivničana 735 4.15 4.02 2
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 424 2.39 2.32 -
Reformists of Vojvodina and Slovački Centar 362 2.04 1.98 -
League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina 297 1.68 1.62 -
New Serbia–Dr. Dušica Višekruna 273 1.54 1.49 -
Pensioners Party of Serbia 200 1.13 1.09 -
Alliance of Vojvodina HungariansJožef Kasa 173 0.98 0.95 -
Christian Democratic Party of Serbia 126 0.71 0.69 -
Coalition for a Better Life: Miroslav Glavaš, Civic Alliance of Serbia, Slovak National Party 126 0.71 0.69 -
Vojvodina Civil Movement–Sima Jovin 56 0.32 0.31 -
17,709 100 96.83 42
Sources: Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 12, 61-62; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 July 2007, accessed 11 July 2021; Velika Srbija [Radical Party publication], Volume 15, Number 1969 (Bačka Palanka, October 2004), p. 3 [the vote totals of all lists that won seats are copied in this source].

The municipal assembly was not properly constituted after the election, and a new local election was held in December 2005. The Radical Party won fourteen seats in the re-vote, the Democratic Party eight seats, the Socialist Party of Serbia five seats, the Strength of Serbia Movement five seats, the Democratic Party of Serbia four seats, G17 Plus four seats, and the Serbian Renewal Movement two seats.[31]

Bački Petrovac
Mayor of Bački Petrovac - Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  %
Jan Sabo G17 Plus 1,912 53.23
Pavel Zima Citizens' Group 1,680 46.77
Total valid votes 3,592 100
Sources: ЛОКАЛНИ ИЗБОРИ: Председници општина и градова, изабрани на локалним изборима, 2004., Archived 2010-10-03 at the Wayback Machine, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, 3 October 2010, accessed 12 July 2021; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 July 2007, accessed 25 July 2021.

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Bački Petrovac were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Citizens' Groups (four different lists) 1,073 24.04 23.52 7[32]
Democratic PartyBoris Tadić 917 20.54 20.10 7
G17 PlusMiroljub Labus 753 16.87 16.50 5
Together for VojvodinaNenad Čanak 574 12.86 12.58 4
Serbian Radical PartyTomislav Nikolić 390 8.74 8.55 3
Socialist Party of Serbia 294 6.59 6.44 2
Slovak National Party 287 6.43 6.29 2
Strength of Serbia Movement Bogoljub Karić 176 3.94 3.86 1
4,464 100 97.83 31
Sources: Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 12, 62; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 July 2007, accessed 25 July 2021.
Bečej
Mayor of Bečej - First and Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  % Votes  %
Đorđe Predin Badža People's Democratic Party 1,879 14.26 7,215 53.31
József F. Varga Coalition: Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians and Christian Democratic European Movement 3,068 23.29 6,319 46.69
Dragan Živkov Džaja Serbian Radical Party 1,828 13.87
Zoran Subotički G17 Plus 1,821 13.82
Sándor Páll Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians 1,500 11.39
Živan Gavrilović Socialist Party of Serbia 1,239 9.40
Zoran Stojšin (incumbent) Democratic Party 937 7.12
Šandor Reperger Strength of Serbia Movement 583 4.43
Đorđe Tot Citizens' Group 320 2.43
Total valid votes 13,175 100 13,534 100
Sources: Službeni List (Opštine Bečej), Volume 40 Number 5 (10 September 2004), p. 27; Službeni List (Opštine Bečej), Volume 40 Number 7 (20 September 2004), p. 3; Službeni List (Opštine Bečej), Volume 40 Number 8 (7 October 2004), p. 3.

The People's Democratic Party merged into the Democratic Party of Serbia in late 2004; Predin did not participate in the merger but instead joined the Strength of Serbia Movement. He was defeated in a recall election in late 2005, and a new mayoral election was held the following year.[33]

Beočin
Mayor of Beočin - Second Round Results
Candidate Party or Coalition Votes  %
Zoran Tešić Serbian Radical Party 2,501 52.79
Stevan Gudurić Socialist People's Party 2,237 47.21
Total valid votes 4,738 100
Sources: ЛОКАЛНИ ИЗБОРИ: Председници општина и градова, изабрани на локалним изборима, 2004., Archived 2010-10-03 at the Wayback Machine, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, 3 October 2010, accessed 12 July 2021; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 July 2007, accessed 25 July 2021.

The results of the election for the Municipal Assembly of Beočin were as follows:

Electoral List Votes  % Seats
Serbian Radical Party 1,336 23.87 22.88 11
Citizens' Groups (ten different lists)[34] 892 15.94 15.28 -
Democratic Party 573 10.24 9.82 5
Socialist People's Party 565 10.09 9.68 4
Democratic Party of Serbia 374 6.68 6.41 3
G17 Plus 345 6.16 5.91 3
Strength of Serbia Movement 345 6.16 5.91 3
Roma Social Democratic Party of Serbia 308 5.50 5.28 2
Socialist Party of Serbia 281 5.02 4.81 2
New Serbia 273 4.88 4.68 2
Serbian Renewal Movement 142 2.54 2.43 -
Coalition: Christian Democratic Party of Serbia and People's Peasant Party 91 1.63 1.56 -
Democratic Vojvodina–Socialdemocratic Party 72 1.29 1.23 -
5,597 100 95.87 35
Sources: Lokalni Izbori – Republika Srbija; Lokalni Izbori 2004; Bureau of Statistics, Republic of Serbia; pp. 12, 62; Lokalni Izbori u Srbiji 2004, Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine, Center for Free Elections and Democracy, 29 September 2007, accessed 28 July 2021.

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