Indonesian local elections, 2015

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Local elections were held in Indonesia on December 9, 2015. Eligible voters went to the polls to determine 9 gubernatorial, 224 regent and 36 mayoral races across the country,[1] this election marks the first time since Indonesia's transition to democracy that local elections are held simultaneously in one day. Under the current plan, simultaneous partial local elections will be held in February 2017, June 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2023, culminating in simultaneous elections for all local executive posts on 2027.[1]

Schedule[edit]

In the timetable organized by the General Elections Commission (KPU), independent candidates were to submit signatures for nominations between 8-12 June 2015 (for gubernatorial candidates) and between 11-15 June 2015 (for regent and mayoral candidates), the independents along with candidates with support from political parties in the respective local legislatures formally registered their candidacies between 26-28 July. The documents submitted were verified and the candidates undertook medical check-ups, the local electoral commissions (KPUD) announced the candidates that will contest the elections on 24 August.

Campaigning ran between 27 August and 5 December. No campaigning were allowed between 6-8 December (the eve of the election).

Polling stations opened in the morning on 9 December 2015 and closed in the afternoon.

Official results were announced between 21-23 December 2015.[2]

Gubernatorial races[edit]

Note: Incumbents denoted in italic is either term-limited or not running for re-election.

Province Incumbent Result Details
West Sumatra Irwan Prayitno (PKS) Irwan Prayitno (PKS) Irwan Prayitno - 58.62%
Muslim Kasim (Golkar) - 41.38%[3]
Jambi Hasan Basri Agus (Demokrat) Zumi Zola (PAN) Hasan Basri Agus - 39.75%
Zumi Zola - 60.25%[4]
Riau Islands Muhammad Sani (Non-partisan) Muhammad Sani (Non-partisan) Muhammad Sani - 53.20%
Soerya Respationo (Non-partisan) - 46.80%[5]
Bengkulu Junaidi Hamsyah (Non-partisan) Ridwan Mukti (Golkar) Ridwan Mukti - 57.37%
Sultan B. Najamudin - 42.63%[6]
North Kalimantan Irianto Lambrie (Non-partisan) Irianto Lambrie (Non-partisan) Irianto Lambrie - 53.03%
Jusuf S. Kasim (Nasdem) - 46.97%[7]
Central Kalimantan Agustin Teras Narang (PDI–P) Sugianto Sabran (Non-partisan)[8] Sugianto Sabran - 51.51%
Willy Midel Yoseph - 48.49%[9]
South Kalimantan Rudy Ariffin (PPP) Sahbirin Noor (Non-partisan) Zairullah Azhar - 18,58%
Sahbirin Noor - 41,05
Muhidin - 40,37%[10]
North Sulawesi Sinyo Harry Sarundajang (Demokrat) Olly Dondokambey (PDI-P) Olly Dondokambey - 51.37%
Benny Mamoto - 30.97%
Maya Rumantir - 17.65%[11]
Central Sulawesi Longki Djanggola (Non-partisan) Longki Djanggola (Non-partisan) Longki Djanggola - 54.50%
Rusdy Mastura - 45.50%[12]

Regent races[edit]

Note: Incumbents denoted in italic is either term-limited or not running for re-election.

Regency Incumbent Result Details
North Sumatera
South Tapanuli Syahrul M. Pasaribu (Golkar) Syahrul M. Pasaribu (Golkar) Muhammad Yusuf Siregar - 27.64%
Syahrul M. Pasaribu - 66.09%
Aldinz Rapolo Siregar - 6.27%
Nias Sokhiatulo Laoli (Demokrat) Sokhiatulo Laoli (Demokrat) Faigi'asa Bawamenewi - 43.19%
Happy Persatuan Ndraha - 1.02%
Sokhiatulo Laoli - 55.79%
Karo Terkelin Brahmana (Gerindra) Terkelin Brahmana (Gerindra) Heben Heser Ginting - 2.77%
Sudarto Sitepu - 15.83%
Ramon Bangun - 19.66%
Layari Sinukaban - 17.34%
Cuaca Bangun - 6.33%
Terkelin Brahmana - 24.67%
Bangkit Sitepu - 13.40%
Simalungun Jopinus Ramli Saragih (Demokrat) Jopinus Ramli Saragih (Demokrat) Tumpak Siregar - 26.57%
Evra Sassky Damanik - 19.39%
Nuriaty Damanik - 17.22%
Jopinus Ramli Saragin - 34.69%
Lindung Gurning - 2.13%
Asahan Taufan Gama Simatupang (PDI-P) Taufan Gama Simatupang (PDI-P) Nurhajizah Marpaung - 43.69%
Taufan Gama Simatupang - 56.31%
Labuhan Batu Tigor Panusunan Siregar - (Golkar) Pangonal Harahap - (PDI-P) Zainal Arifin Dalimunthe - 3.80%
Mahini Rizal - 4.46%
Pangonal Harahap - 32.33%
Suhari - 29.33%
Tigor Panusunan Siregar - 30.08%
Toba Samosir Pandapotan Kasmin Simanjuntak (Demokrat) Darwin Siagian (Hanura) Darwin Siagian - 42.81%
Poltak Sitorus - 33.81%
Monang Sitorus - 23.38%
Mandailing Natal Dahlan Hasan Nasution (PKB) Dahlan Hasan Nasution (PKB) M. Yusuf - 27.53%
Dahlan Hasan Nasution - 56.52%
Saparuddin Haji - 15.95%
South Nias Idealisman Dachi (PDI-P) Hilarius Duha (PKPI) Lianus Ndruru - 20.02%
Idealisman Dachi - 32.18%
Hilarius Duha - 37.62%
Hidarat Manao - 10.18%
Pakpak Bharat Remigo Yolando Berutu - (Nasdem) Remigo Yolando Berutu - (Nasdem) Remigo Yolando Berutu - 57.36%
Jujur Solin - 0.23%
August P. Tumanggor - 42.41%
Humbang Hasundutan Maddin Sihombing - (PPRN) Dosmar Banjarnahor - (PDI-P) Marganti Manullang - 28.80%
Dosmar Banjarmahor - 31.50%
Rimso Maruli Sinaga - 2.65%
Palbet Siboro - 25.35%
Harry Marbun - 11.70%
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South Sumatera
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Bengkulu
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Lampung
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Bangka Belitung
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East Belitung Basuri Tjahaja Purnama (Non-partisan)
Riau Islands
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West Java
Bandung (regency) Dadang M Naser (Non-partisan) Dadang M Naser (Non-partisan) Sofyan Yahya - 24,95%
Dadang M Naser 64,27%
Deki Fajar - 10,77%[13]
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Tasikmalaya (regency) UU Ruzhanul Ulum (PKB) UU Ruzhanul Ulum (PKB) Yes - 67,35%
No - 32,65%[14]
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East Java
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Malang ([[]])
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Sidoarjo Saiful Ilah (PKB) Saiful Ilah (PKB) Hadi Sutjipto - 26,67%
Utsman Ikhsan - 8,92%
Saiful Ilah - 58,94%
Warih Andono - 5,47%[15]
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Bali
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Tabanan ([[]])
West Nusa Tenggara
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Sumbawa ([[]])
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East Nusa Tenggara
Belu ([[]])
East Sumba ([[]])
Malaka ([[]])
Manggarai ([[]])
Ngada ([[]])
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South Sulawesi
Selayar Islands Syahrir Wahab (Golkar) Basli Ali (Gerindra) Saiful Arif - 30,19%
Basli Ali - 42,99%
Aji Sumarno - 26,82%[16]
Bulukumba Zainuddin Hasan (Golkar) Sukri A Sappewali (Gerindra) Sukri A Sappewali - 28,30%
Abdul Kahar Muslim - 23,56%
Jumrana Salikki - 7,53%
Masykur A Sulthan - 14,79%
Askar HL - 25,83%[17]
Gowa Ichsan Yasin Limpo (Golkar) Adnan Purichta Ichsan YL {Non-partisan} Andi Maddusila Andi Idjo - 26,81%
Sjachrir Sjafruddin Dg. Jarung - 3,90%
Djamaluddin Maknun - 1,58%
Tenri Olle Yasin Limpo - 26,06%
Adnan Purichta Ichsan YL - 41,65%[18]
Maros Hatta Rahman (PAN) Hatta Rahman (PAN) Muh Imran Yusuf - 2,67%
A Husain Rasul - 29,61%
Hatta Rahman - 67,71%[19]
Pangkajene Islands Syamsuddin A Hamid Syamsuddin A Hamid Abd Rahmas Assagaf - 41,77%%
H Sangkala H Taepe - 11,55%
Nur Achmad AS - 1,08%
Syamsuddin A Hamid - 45,60%[20]
Barru Andi Idris Syukur (PKS) Andi Idris Syukur (PKS) Andi Anwar Aksa - 24,29%
M Malkan Amin - 37,45%
Andi Idris Syukur - 38,26%[21]
Soppeng Andi Soetomo (Gerindra) A Kaswadi Razak (Gerindra) Lutfi Halide - 42,25%
A Kaswadi Razak - 57,75%[22]
Tana Toraja Theofilus Allorerung (Golkar) (but running as independent) Nicodemus Biringkanae (Demokrat) Zadrak Tombeg - 25,04%
Nicodemus Biringkanae - 41,99%
Theofilus Allorerung - 32,97%[23]
North Luwu Arifin Junaidi (Golkar) Indah Putri Indriani (Gerindra) Indah Putri Indriani - 53,60%
Arifin Junaidi - 46,40%[24]
East Luwu Andi Hatta Marakarma (Golkar) Thoriq Husler (Gerindra) M Nur Husain - 33,49%
H Badaruddin - 4,77%
Thoriq Husler - 61,74%[25]
North Toraja Frederik Batti Sorring (Nasdem) Kalatiku Paembonan (Gerindra Kalatiku Paembonan - 54,20%
Frederik Batti Sorring - 45,80%[26]
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Maluku
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Mayoral races[edit]

Note: Incumbents denoted in italic is either term-limited or not running for re-election.

City Incumbent Result Details
Balikpapan Rizal Effendi (PDI-P) Rizal Effendi (PDI-P) Rizal Effendi - 44,80%
Andi Burhanuddin Solong - 20,01%
Heru Bambang - 35,19%[27]
Bandar Lampung Herman HN (Demokrat) Herman HN (Demokrat) Muhammad Yunus - 2,01%
Herman HN - 86,66%
Tobroni Harun - 11,32%[28]
Banjarbaru Ruzaidin Noor (Non-partisan)
Banjarmasin Muhidin (Non-partisan) Ibnu Sina (PKS) Rojiansyah - 10,94%
Zulfadli Gazali - 33,51% - Ibnu Sina 55,56%[29]
Batam Ahmad Dahlan (Non-partisan) Muhammad Rudi (Demokrat)
Binjai HM Idaham (Demokrat) HM Idaham (Demokrat) HM Idaham - 38,25%
Juliadi - 37,69%
Haji Saleh Bangun - 24,06%[30]
Bitung Hanny Sondakh (PKPI) Maximiliaan Jonas Lomban (Nasdem) Maximiliaan Jonas Lomban - 35,88%
Stefanus Bonifasius Pasuma - 4,33%
Michael Remizaldy Jacobus - 7,09%
Hengky Honandar - 27,11%
Linna Utiarachman - 2,18%
Aryanthi Baramuli Putri - 23,41%[31]
Blitar Samanhudi Anwar (PDI-P) Samanhudi Anwar (PDI-P) Mochsin - 7,96%
Samanhudi Anwar - 92,04%[32]
Bontang Adi Darma (Golkar) Neni Moerniaeni (Non-partisan) Adi Darma - 44,15%
Neni Moerniaeni - 55,85[33]
Bukittinggi Ismet Amzis (Demokrat) Ramlan Nurmatias (Non-partisan) Taslim - 16,59
Febby - 3,54%
Harma Zaldi - 10,52%
Ramlan Nurmatias - 41,80%
Ismet Amzis - 27,55%[34]
Cilegon TB Iman Ariyadi (Golkar) TB Iman Ariyadi (Golkar) H Sudarmana - 22,63%
TB Iman Ariyadi - 77,37%
Ismet Amzis - 27,55%[35]
Denpasar I.B. Rai Dharmawijaya Mantra (PDI-P) I.B. Rai Dharmawijaya Mantra (PDI-P) I.B. Rai Dharmawijaya Mantra - 82,20%
I Ketut Resmiyasa - 5,46%
I Made Arjaya - 12,34%[36]
Depok Nur Mahmudi Ismail (PKS) KH. Dr. Mohammad Idris (PKS) Dimas Oky Nugroho - 38,13%
KH. Dr. Mohammad Idris - 61,87%[37]
Dumai Khairul Anwar (PDI-P)
Gunungsitoli Martinus Lase (Demokrat) Lakhomizaro Zebua (PDI-P)
Magelang Sigit Widyonindito (PDI-P)
Manado GS Vicky Lumentut (Demokrat)
Mataram Ahyar Abduh ([[]])
Medan Dzulmi Eldin (Non-partisan)
Metro Lukman Hakim ([[]])
Palu Rusdi Mastura (Golkar)
Pasuruan Hasani (PKB)
Pekalongan M Basyir Ahmad Syawie ([[]])
Pematangsiantar Hulman Sitorus (Demokrat)
Samarinda Syaharie Ja'ang (Demokrat)
Semarang Hendrar Prihadi (PDI-P)
Sibolga Syarfi Hutauruk (Nasdem)
Solok Irzal Ilyas (Demokrat)
Sungai Penuh Asafri Jaya Bakri (Demokrat)
Surabaya Tri Rismaharini (PDI-P) Tri Rismaharini (PDI-P) details
Surakarta FX Hadi Rudiyatmo (PDI-P) To be decided
South Tangerang Airin Rachmi Diany (PKB)
Tanjungbalai Thamrin Munthe ([[]])
Ternate Burhan Abdurahman ([[]])
Tidore Achmad Mahifa ([[]])
Tomohon Jimmy Feidie Eman (Non-partisan)

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