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Local elections in Poland will take place on November 21, 2010. According to the data from the National Electoral Commision (PKW) over 12 thousand electoral committees registered for the vote. Statistically, the highest number of comittees per gmina was registered in Lower Silesian Voivodeship.

The total number of committes registered until October 27 is 12 536. This includes 22 committees formed by political parties, 3 coalition committees and 397 committees formed by various organizations (the rest of them were formed by individual candidates or informal groups). 10 386 of the committees were registered in gminas with less than 20 000 inhabitans, while 1728 were registered in larger gminas. In the case of smaller gminas the competition is smaller, with 4,82 committee per gmina. The average for larger gminas is 5,32.

The table below shows the proportion of the number of committees to the number of gminas in each voivedship:

Map of Polish voivodships including the number of electoral committees per gmina.
Voivedship Number of gminas Number of registered committees Committees per gmina
Lower Silesian 169 1108 6,56
Kuyavian-Pomeranian 144 617 4,28
Lublin 213 926 4,34
Lubusz 83 361 4,35
Łódź 177 892 5,04
Lesser Poland 182 871 4,79
Masovian 314 1639 5,22
Opole 71 299 4,21
Subcarpathian 159 710 4,47
Podlaskie 118 491 4,16
Pomeranian 123 717 5,83
Silesian 167 925 5,54
Świętokrzyskie 102 594 5,82
Warmian-Masurian 116 568 4,9
Greater Poland 226 1209 5,35
West Pomeranian 114 575 5,04