According to forecasts from the Norwegian Electoral Directorate at 9 PM, the Red Party could get 5% of support in the elections and grow from one to eight representatives in the Norwegian parliament (Storting).
In the last parliamentary election in 2017, the Red Party received 2.4% of the vote. That gave the party one representative in the Storting, the party leader Bjørnar Moxnes.
The forecast from the Norwegian Electoral Directorate on Monday night shows that the party is likely to get 5% of the vote, which would give the party eight representatives in the Storting, of which four are equalization mandates.
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