Bangkok Governor Race 2013
Bangkok election - be the first to know
Bangkokians following the election and keen to know who will become their next governor on Sunday can keep up with developments via various Nation Group media outlets on multiple platforms.This Sunday will be a big day for us at The Nation, too. Our website, nationmultimedia.com, will feature a real-time vote count, breaking news and rolling updates via "Tweets from The Nation" by Nation News (@nationnews), Suthichai Yoon (@suthichai), Tulsathit Taptim (@tulsathit), and Achara Deboonmee (@Biz_TheNation), while Facebook users can check Friends of Nation.
The real-time ballot count will be reported by our volunteers stationed at all 6,548 voting booths throughout the city, with the unofficial result expected on Sunday evening.
Thanks to the multiple resources of our convergent newsroom, we will be able to keep you up to date with developments from the moment voting begins at 8 in the morning until a clear picture emerges of who will become the next Bangkok governor.
For updates in Thai, you can visit the websites of our sister publications Krungthep Turakij (bangkokbiznews.com) and Kom Chad Luek (komchadluek.net), and tune in to the Nation Group's satellite television stations Nation Channel, Krungthep Turakij TV and Kom Chad Luek TV, as well as radio stations FM90.5 and FM102.
A strong team of Nation Group reporters in all 50 districts of Bangkok will cover events throughout election day.
The results of our exit poll, a joint undertaking of the Television Pool of Thailand, Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University and Nation University, will be announced shortly after the voting booths close at 3pm. The poll will be conducted on 20,000 voters (400 per district) in all districts.