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You are here : Home > Elections 2014 > Chamber > Preference votes > Constituency of Limburg > District of Neerpelt
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    District of Neerpelt
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 2014/06/06 14:08:56
Counting status:
  1 CONJAERTS Katrijn 1.291            
  2 STASSEN Ruben 224            
  3 KEMPENEERS Kristien 270            
  4 OPSTEYN Dirk 169            
  5 HELEVEN Jerica 191            
  6 GEYPENS Niele 168            
  7 STEEGMANS Anita 219            
  8 DEHERTOG André 132            
  9 SAGIR Fermudiye 168            
  10 DE RYCK Gunter 137            
  11 RUIZ Jimmy 136            
  12 SCHUURMANS Hilde 390            
  1 INCE Bektas 146            
  2 ULENAERS Kris 112            
  3 BRYS Maarten 102            
  4 JANSEN Anouk 191            
  5 LUCAS Maarten 99            
  6 L'HOYES Mia 124            
  7 COENEN Peter 117            

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