The Election Commission of the Kaluga Region registered six candidates for governor of the region who submitted documents. The refusal was not given to anyone, reported on Thursday, July 30 on the website of the regional election commission.
Six representatives from political associations of the Kaluga region are competing for the post of head of the region. One of the first to be registered is the current acting governor Vladislav Shapsha, nominated by the United Russia party. “Party of Rosta” has delegated Elena Efanova, head of the HR department of one of the local enterprises in Kaluga. She is the youngest registered governor candidate at 31. Another representative of the fair sex in the elections is from the Fair Russia party, lawyer and human rights activist Nadezhda Efremova.
The regional branch of the Communist Party of Social Justice is represented by the trade union leader of the Kaluga automobile plant, Alexander Abrosimov. From the LDPR party, the head of the regional development department of one of the limited liability companies of Obninsk, Stepan Oparyshev, was nominated.
The oldest candidate for the post of regional governor was Nikolai Yashkin. At the age of 60, he is a current deputy of the Kaluga Legislative Assembly, director of an agricultural cooperative from Zherelo and is a member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
On the Unified Voting Day, September 13, the Kaluga Region will hold elections for the governor, deputies of the Legislative Assembly, the Kaluga Duma, and representatives of municipalities.