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Elections in Sardinia

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This page gathers the results of elections in Sardinia.

Regional elections

Last regional election

The last regional election took place on 15-16 February 2009. Ugo Cappellacci, the centre-right candidate, defeated Renato Soru, the centre-left incumbent President, by a large margin.


Candidates and parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Ugo Cappellacci 502,084 51.9 9 44
The People of Freedom 246,369 30.2 25
Union of the Centre 73,760 9.0 7
Sardinian Reformers 55,404 6.8 5
Sardinian Action Party 34,990 4.3 4
Sardinian Democratic UnionNPSI 28,450 3.5 2
Movement for AutonomyThe RightPPS 18,376 2.3 1
Renato Soru 415,600 42.9 1 26
Democratic Party 202,067 24.8 18
Italy of Values 41,138 5.0 3
Communist Refoundation Party 25,778 3.2 2
Red MoorsGreens 20,769 2.5 1
Party of Italian Communists 15,597 1.9 1
Democratic LeftMovement for the LeftUlS 13,391 1.6 1
Gavino Sale 29,640 3.1 - -
Independence Republic of Sardinia 16,868 2.1 -
Peppino Balia 15,037 1.6 - -
Socialist Party 19,044 2.3 -
Gianfranco Sollai 5,316 0.6 - -
Sardinia NationTo the Left for Independence–oth. 3,666 0.5 -
Total 967,677 100.0 10 70
Source: Regional Council of Sardinia

List of previous regional elections

Italian general elections in Sardinia

Last general election


e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) seats Parties votes votes (%) seats
Silvio Berlusconi 421,420 43.1 9 The People of Freedom 415,252 42.4 9
Movement for Autonomy 6,168 0.6 -
Walter Veltroni 393,078 40.2 8 Democratic Party 354,212 36.2 7
Italy of Values 38,866 4.0 1
Pier Ferdinando Casini 54,665 5.6 1 Union of the Centre 54,665 5.6 1
Fausto Bertinotti 35,097 3.6 - The Left – The Rainbow 35,097 3.6 -
Enrico Boselli 15,202 1.5 - Socialist Party 15,202 1.5 -
Daniela Santanchè 15,081 1.5 - The RightTricolour Flame 15,081 1.5 -
Giacomo Sanna 14,856 1.5 - Sardinian Action Party 14,856 1.5 -
Bustianu Cumpostu 7,182 0.7 - Sardinia Nation 7,182 0.7 -
Others 21,863 1.5 - Others 21,863 1.5 -
Total coalitions 978,444 100.0 18 Total parties 978,444 100.0 18

Source: Ministry of the Interior

List of previous general elections

European Parliament elections in Sardinia

Last European Parliament election

The European Parliament election of 2009 took place on 6-7 June 2009. The Democratic Party allied with Italy of Values, and the Radicals was the largest party coalition with 47,1%.


Parties votes votes (%)
The People of Freedom 202,145 36.6
Democratic Party 196,396 35.6
Italy of Values 48,756 8.8
Union of the Centre 29,800 5.4
Anticapitalist List (PRCPdCI) 26,429 4.8
Left and Freedom (MpSGreensPS) 16,297 3.0
Pannella-Bonino ListItalian Radicals 14,819 2.7
Pole of Autonomy (RightMpA) 7,393 1.3
Others 9,615 1.7
Total 551,650 100.0
Source: Ministry of the Interior

List of previous European Parliament elections

Provincial elections

Last provincial elections

On 8 May 2005 provincial elections took place in all the Provinces of Sardinia, comprising the newly formed ones. The election saw a big victory for the centre-left, which won seven provinces out of eight.


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