Preliminary Results: Tomašević, Puljak, Filipović in Lead, Radic New Osijek Mayor

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After ballots from 67% of the polling stations in Zagreb were counted, Tomašević, the candidate of the We Can!, Zagreb is Ours, New Left, Orah and For the City parties is leading convincingly, with 66.9% of the vote, ahead of his rival Miroslav Škoro of the Homeland Movement, who has won 33.1% of the vote.

In Split, Ivica Puljak of the Centre party is in the lead with 60.2% of the vote, while Vice Mihanović of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) has 39.7% of the vote.

Current Rijeka deputy mayor Marko Filipović, the candidate of the Social Democratic Party, Croatian Pensioners’ Party, Istrian Democratic Party and Croatian Peasant Party, is in the lead with 55.1% of the vote, followed by independent candidate Davor Štimac, with 44.8% of the vote.

In Osijek, Ivan Radić of the HDZ party has won 62.6% of the vote after all ballots were counted, while independent candidate Berislav Mlinarević, backed by the Homeland Movement and Bridge, has won 37.3% of the vote.

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