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Elections in Basilicata

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This page gathers the results of elections in Basilicata.

Regional elections

Last regional election

In the last regional election, which took place on 28–29 March 2010, the incumbent President Vito De Filippo of the Democratic Party (PD) was elected for a second-consecutive term by a landslide.


Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Vito De Filippo 202,980 60.8 3 16
Democratic Party 87,134 27.1 7
Italy of Values 31,902 9.9 3
Union of the Centre 23,760 7.4 2
United Populars 19,045 5.9 1
Italian Socialist Party 14,919 4.7 1
Alliance for Italy 13,624 4.2 1
Left Ecology Freedom 12,818 4.0 1
Federation of the Left 6,904 2.2 -
Federation of the Greens 6,839 2.1 -
Nicola Pagliuca 93,204 27.9 1 9
The People of Freedom 62,420 19.4 7
List for Pagliuca 13,913 4.3 1
Movement for Autonomies 8,516 2.7 1
others 2,644 0.8 -
Magdi Allam 29,107 8.7 - 1
I Love Lucania 11,980 3.7 1
others 1,720 0.5 -
Marco Toscano 4,936 1.5 - -
Political Movement Against Indifference 2,262 0.7 -
Florenzo Doino 3,512 1.1 - -
Workers' Communist Party 698 0.2 -
Total 333,739 100.0 4 26

Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections

List of previous regional elections

Other elections

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