According to data from 1,717 out of 2,017 voting districts, the Labour Party has secured 21.34 percent of the vote and the Social Democrats' share is 19.08 percent.
The Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats (conservatives) rank third with 13.83 percent, followed by the Order and Justice Party with 7.88 percent, just ahead of the Path of Courage party with 7.62 percent, the Liberal Movement with 7.48 percent, and the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania with 5.58 percent.
According to preliminary data, the remaining parties are under the five-percent threshold required for winning Seimas seats.
According to preliminary data, mandates in single-mandate constituencies have already been awarded to Social Democratic leader Algirdas Butkevičius (66.03 pct) and Leonardas Talmontas (66.03 pct) of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania. Labour's Baltraitienė may have also been victorious in the first round.
A candidate is considered elected in a single-member constituency if he or she secures more than half of the vote. If candidates fail to receive more than 50 percent, a run-off ballot is held two weeks later, featuring two top candidates.