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, f. 1288, op. 5, d. 170, l. 135. The figure is for 1910. About 45% of eligible Kyivans voted in 1902 and 1906, 59% in 1910 – impressive turnouts by Imperial Russian standards if ‘Germanic’ Riga is excluded. See Michael F. Hamm, ‘Khar’kov’s Progres- sive Duma, 1910–1914: A Study in Russian Municipal Reform,’ Slavic Review 40 (March 1981) 17–36 for an examination of municipal politics in late-Imperial Russia. Voter turnout for 19 major Imperial Russian cities can be found on 34–5. 20 Gorodskoi vestnik (Samara), 18 Sept. 1913. In 1914 Kyiv was turned down for a