Voters in Kosovo went to the polls to choose the new mayor and councilors. The first round of the elections was held on October 17, 2021, and the second round was held on Sunday, November 14, 2021. 1 million 885 thousand 448 registered voters in Kosovo cast their votes in 2,477 ballot boxes.

In addition to 23 independent candidates, approximately 5,500 people from 32 political parties, 1 coalition and 33 civil initiatives competed in the election. In the country, where local elections are held every 4 years, voters elected 38 mayors and city council members.

In the statement made by the Kosovo Central Election Commission, turnout in the elections was 37.8%.

In Kosovo, the people elected 17 mayors in the first round. In the second round, the mayoral candidates of the parties competed for 21 municipalities, including the capital Pristine.

In the second round, 1 million 260 thousand 571 voters cast their votes in 1638 ballot boxes. The Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) was the winner of the second round, in which 42 candidates competed for 21 municipalities in the local elections. PDK closed the elections ahead in 9 municipalities.

The ruling party, the Decide Yourself Movement (LVV), led by Prime Minister Albin Kurti, won the elections in only 4 of the 12 municipalities it competed in the second round.
The winner of the election in the capital Pristine was the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK). The party won a total of 3 mayors in the second round.

Nisma party won in 1, Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) party won the elections in 3 municipalities.In Mamusha, the only Turkish municipality in Kosovo, the candidate of the Kosovo Democratic Turkish Party, Abdulhadi Krasnic, was re-elected as mayor.