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2004 Afghan Election Factsheet

2004 Afghan Election Factsheet

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Fact Sheet: The 2004 Presidential Elections
 
 
Number of provinces in which Karzai was the top vote getter:
21
 
1
 
 
Number of those provinces that are in the Pashtun dominated South:
17
 
2
 
 
Months candidates had to register and campaign after election laws were passed:
4
 
3
 
 
Total minutes of airtime provided to opposition candidates:
20
 
4
 
 
Candidates who gathered Sept 22 to protest perceived US meddling in upcomingelection:
14
 
5
 
 
Total spent on registration and holding Afghanistan's presidential elections:
$200million
 
6
 
 
Total budgeted for domestic election monitoring of these presidential election:
$0.5million
7
 
 
Expected polling centers nationwide (each contains five polling stations):
5,000
 
8
 
 
Required staff for these 25,000 polling stations:
120,000
 
9
 
 
VOTER REGISTRATION
 
 
Ratio of men registered to women that registered:
58.6 to 41.4 percent
 
 
Estimated eligible voting population in Afghanistan:
9.8 million
 
 Registered voters in Afghanistan (August, 2004):
10.3 million
 
 
 
Number of eligible Afghan voters living in Pakistan:
1.4 million
 
 
 
Reported number of registration cards a single Afghan has been able to obtain:
2 to40
 
 
 
Percent of the estimated eligible male population that is now registered to vote:
120percent
 
 
 
Number of provinces that are over-registered:
13
 
 
Number of provinces which registered voters exceed the population by 40% or more:
4
 
 
 
Estimated ratio of voters to registration cards issued, in the Panjshir Valley:
1 : 2.5
 
 
 
Expected price for a registration cards on the black market:
$100
 
 
Ratio of men to women registered in some southern provinces:
4:1
 
 
Total spent on registration and holding Afghanistan's presidential elections:
$200million
 
 
 
Total budgeted for domestic election monitoring of these presidential election:
$0.5million
 
 
 
Expected polling centers nationwide(each contains five polling stations):
5,000
 
 
 
Results by Votes
 [3] 100% of Estimated Total Votes Counted*Candidate Political Party Votes %
Hamid Karzai
 
Independent
 
4,443,029
 
55.4%
 Yunoos Qanooni Hezb-e-Nuhzhat-e-Mili Afghanistan 1,306,503 16.3%Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq Independent 935,325 11.7%Abdul Rashid Dostum Independent 804,861 10.0%Abdul Latif PedramHezb-e-Congra-e-MiliAfghanistan110,160 1.4%Massooda Jalal Independent 91,415 1.1%Syed Ishaq GilaniNuhzat-e-Hambastagee MiliAfghanistan80,081 1.0%Ahmad Shah Ahmadzai Independent 60,199 0.8%Abdul Satar Serat Independent 30,201 0.4%Hamayon Shah Asifi Independent 26,224 0.3%Ghulam Farooq Nijrabi Hezb-e-Istiqlal-e-Afghanistan 24,232 0.3%Syed Abdul Hadi Dabir Independent 24,057 0.3%Abdul Hafiz Mansoor Independent 19,728 0.2%Abdul Hadi Khalilzai Independent 18,082 0.2%Mir Mohammad MahfouzNedaeeIndependent 16,054 0.2%Mohammad Ebrahim Rashid Independent 14,242 0.2%Wakil Mangal Independent 11,770 0.1%Abdul Hasseb Aryan Independent 8,373 0.1%
Valid Votes
 
8,024,536
100.0%
Invalid Votes**
 
104,404
 
Total Votes
 
8,128,940
 

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