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Elections in Campania

This page gathers the results of elections in Campania.

Regional elections

Last regional election

In the last regional election, which took place on 28–29 March 2010, Stefano Caldoro of The People of Freedom defeated by a comfortable margin Stefano De Luca of the Democratic Party and thus conquered one of the strongholds of the centre-left for the centre-right. The People of Freedom was the largest party with more than 30% of the vote.


Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
Stefano Caldoro 1,586,567 54.3 38
The People of Freedom 872,628 31.7 21
Union of the Centre 259,179 9.4 6
Movement for AutonomiesNew PSIPRI 159,768 5.8 4
We the South 98,895 3.6 2
UDEUR Populars for the South 92,452 3.4 2
Alliance of the CentreChristian Democracy 64,702 2.3 1
Alliance of People 39,460 1.4 1
The Right 28,009 1.0 1
Vincenzo De Luca 1,258,715 43.0 22
Democratic Party 590,592 21.4 14
Italy of Values 178,283 6.5 4
Left Ecology FreedomSocialist Party[1] 97,076 3.5 2
Alliance for Italy 83,906 3.0 1
Free Campania 69,433 2.5 1
Federation of the Greens 29,509 1.1 -
others 12,349 0.4 -
Paolo Ferrero 39,729 1.4 -
Federation of the Left 43,097 1.6 -
Roberto Fico 39,349 1.3 -
Five Star Movement 36,792 1.3 -
Total 2,924,360 100.0 60

Source: Corriere della Sera

List of previous regional elections

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