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Elections in Tuscany

This page gathers the results of elections in Tuscany.

Regional elections

Last regional election

In the last regional election, which took place on 28–29 March 2010, Enrico Rossi the Democratic Party defeated by a landslide his centre-right opponent Monica Faenzi. The Democrats were by far the largest party, albeit losing ground from previous elections.


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Candidates Regional lists Provincial lists Total
votes % seats Parties votes % swing seats party group
Enrico Rossi 1,055,751 59.7 13 Democratic Party 641,214 42.2 -6.6 19 24 32
Italy of Values 143,194 9.4 +8.5 - 5
Federation of the LeftGreens 80,017 5.3 -5.7 - 3
Left Ecology Freedom 57,815 3.8 new -
Monica Faenzi 608,680 34.4 6 The People of Freedom 412,118 27.1 -1.0 11 16 19
Lega Nord Toscana 98,523 6.5 +3.2 2 3
Francesco Bosi 81,106 4.6 1 Union of the Centre 72,548 4.8 +1.1 1 2 2
Alfonso De Virgilis 13,892 1.2 - Italian Radicals 8,414 0.8 new - - -
Ilario Palmisani 7,980 0.7 - New Force 5,588 0.5 -0.3 - - -
Total candidates 1,767,409 100.0 20 Total parties 1,519,431 100.0 = 33 53 53

Source: Regione Toscana – Historical Archive of Elections

List of previous regional elections

Other elections

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