31 votes determined Andrzej Wesołowski’s victory in Tułowice.

31 votes determined that Andrzej Wesołowski will serve as the mayor of Tułowice for the next 5 years. In the “playoff” election, he faced off against Jacek Patrys. He won, receiving 1081 votes compared to 1050 votes for the incumbent mayor’s opponent. This was the smallest margin of votes in the Opole Voivodeship that decided the victory of one of the candidates. – The result was fluctuating, so Sunday evening was full of emotions – said Andrzej Wesołowski, mayor-elect of Tułowice, to Radio Opole. – The first two results came in from the villages where I lost, but later on it was only getting better. – Do you remember what your lead was before the results of the last, biggest commission were announced? – It was just a few votes, the difference was a few votes. In the end, it was 31 votes. I received a mandate for another term as the mayor of Tułowice and I want to thank all the residents. Those who went to vote, but especially those who voted for me, I thank you very much. – Of course, we were following the results closely – said Jacek Patrys, candidate for mayor of Tułowice. – We waited until the end. We also had thoughts that it would be a close call, that a few votes would decide who would be the mayor for the next term. We are still satisfied…