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You are here : Home > Elections 2014 > Chamber > Preference votes > Constituency of Limburg > District of Bilzen
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    District of Bilzen
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 2014/06/06 14:08:57
Counting status:
  1 DEWAEL Patrick 1.533            
  2 LIJNEN Nele 595            
  3 MONETTE Pascy 334            
  4 VANDYCK Matthias 253            
  5 KORTLEVEN Marleen 286            
  6 VANLEEUW Mark 253            
  7 CEELEN Tanja 256            
  8 CROONEN Mia 257            
  9 VANDEWEERD Sofie 266            
  10 DELBROUCK Luk 261            
  11 MEBIS Griet 1.172            
  12 PHILTJENS Igor 560            
  1 VEREECK Lode 503            
  2 CAERTS Veronique 196            
  3 GUIDO Franco 158            
  4 FEYTONS Jo 290            
  5 STROEKEN Liesbet 312            
  6 VERSAVEL Mario 169            
  7 CHOMBAR Francoise 177            

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