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Elections in Apulia

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This page gathers the results of elections in Apulia.

Regional elections

Last regional election

In the last regional election, which took place on 28–29 March 2010, the outgoing President Nichi Vendola of Left Ecology Freedom (SEL) was elected for a second-consecutive term, after having won the a primary election in which he beat a Democrat and having benefited from the split of the centre-right, whose two candidates jointly won 51.0% of the vote.

Vendola's party, SEL, had a strong showing in the Region by coming third with 9.7% of the vote, after The People of Freedom (31.1%) and the Democratic Party (20.8%).


Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
Nichi Vendola 1,036,638 48.7 46
Democratic Party 410,395 20.8 23
Left Ecology FreedomSocialist Party[1] 192,604 9.7 11
Italy of Values 127,865 6.5 6
Apulia for Vendola 109,412 5.5 6
Federation of the LeftGreens 64,441 3.3 -
others 6,005 0.3 -
Rocco Palese 899,590 42.3 26
The People of Freedom 615,064 31.1 20
Apulia First 139,379 7.1 4
Apulians for Palese 95,070 4.8 2
others 24,949 1.3 -
Adriana Poli Bortone 185,370 8.7 4
Union of the Centre 128,542 6.5 4
I the South 57,901 2.9 -
Others 7,376 0.4 -
others 5,834 0.3 -
Total 2,128,974 100.0 76

Sources: Corriere della Sera


List of previous regional elections

References


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