In Brižai-Kupiškis constituency, Social Democrat Aleksandras Zeltinis received 31,16 percent of votes and will run against Labor's Ritas Vaiginas who got 16.65 percent.
In Zarasai-Visaginas constituency, the Order and Justice's Algimantas Dumbrava received 51.72 percent and will compete with Social Democrat Nikolai Gusev with 20.66 percent of the vote.
Meanwhile in Ukmergė constituency, Social Democrat Kazys Grybauskas (20.56 percent) will run against Janina Galiauskienė of the Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats, who received 17.36 percent of the vote in the first ballot.
The constituencies of Zarasai-Visaginas and Biržai-Kupiškis had to hold by-elections due to election violations during the general polls last October, while Ukmergė has to pick a new parliamentarian to replace MP Julius Veselka who passed away last year.
Pursuant to the Law on Elections to the Seimas, a candidate is deemed elected in a single-member constituency if no less than 40 percent of voters from the electoral roll have come to the polls.
If more than two candidates have participated in the election and a Seimas member has not been elected, a run-off vote is held in two weeks.