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Italian regional elections, 2015

Italian regional elections, 2015

May 31, 2015
Presidents and regional assemblies of Veneto, Liguria, Tuscany, Marche, Umbria, Campania and Apulia

Elected Presidents:
  Lega Nord

A large round of regional elections were held in Italy on 31 May 2015 in seven of the twenty regions composing the country, including four of the ten largest ones: Campania, Veneto, Apulia and Tuscany. The other three regions holding elections were Liguria, Marche, Umbria.[1]

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • Overall results 2
  • Overview of results 3
  • Regional results 4
    • Veneto 4.1
    • Liguria 4.2
    • Tuscany 4.3
    • Umbria 4.4
    • Marche 4.5
    • Campania 4.6
    • Apulia 4.7
  • References 5

Overview

Overall results

Party Votes % Seats
Democratic Party (PD)
Five Star Movement (M5S)
Forza Italia (FI)
Lega Nord
Left Ecology Freedom (SEL)
New Centre-RightUnion of the Centre (NCD-UDC)
Brothers of Italy (FdI)
Others
Total
Source:

Overview of results

Region Incumbent president Party Elected president Party
Veneto Luca Zaia LN Luca Zaia LN
Liguria Claudio Burlando PD Giovanni Toti FI
Marche Gian Mario Spacca PD Luca Ceriscioli PD
Tuscany Enrico Rossi PD Enrico Rossi PD
Umbria Catiuscia Marini PD Catiuscia Marini PD
Campania Stefano Caldoro FI Vincenzo De Luca PD
Apulia Nichi Vendola SEL Michele Emiliano PD

Regional results

Veneto

Regional election 2015: Veneto
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Lega Nord Luca Zaia 1,108,065 50.1 -10.1 29 -8
Democratic Party Alessandra Moretti 503,147 22.7 -6.4 12 -7
Five Star Movement Jacopo Berti 262,749 11.9 +9.3 5 +5
Tosi List for Veneto Flavio Tosi 262,569 11.9 - 5 +1
Venetian Independence Alessio Morosin 55,760 2.5 - 0 -
Communist Refoundation Party Laura Di Lucia Coletti 19,914 0.9 - 0 -
Turnout 2,212,204 57.2 -9.3

Liguria

Regional election 2015: Liguria
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Forza Italia Giovanni Toti 226,603 34.4 -13.4 15 ±0
Democratic Party Raffaella Paita 183,191 27.8 -24.4 8 -17
Five Star Movement Alice Salvatore 163,433 24.8 +24.8 6 +6
Independent Luca Pastorino[2] 61,944 9.4 +9.4 1 +1
Independent Enrico Musso 10,662 1.6 +1.6 0 ±0
Independent Matteo Piccardi 5,134 0.8 +0.8 0 ±0
Independent Antonio Bruno 4,855 0.7 +0.7 0 ±0
Independent Mirella Batini 2,015 0.3 +0.3 0 ±0
Turnout 657,837 50.7

Tuscany

Regional election 2015: Tuscany
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Democratic Party Enrico Rossi 656,498 48.0 -11.7 25 -7
Lega Nord Claudio Borghi 273,576 20.0 +13.5 6 +5
Five Star Movement Giacomo Giannarelli 205,671 15.0 +15.0 5 +5
Forza Italia Stefano Mugnai 124,150 9.1 -18.0 2 -14
Left Ecology Freedom Tommaso Fattori 85,826 6.3 -2.8 2 -1
Independent Giovanni Lamioni 17,398 1.3 +1.3 0 ±0
Independent Gabriele Chiurli 3,614 0.3 +0.3 0 ±0
Turnout 1,441,733 48.3

Umbria

Regional election 2015: Umbria
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Democratic Party Catiuscia Marini 159,869 42.8 -14.4 12 -9
Forza Italia Claudio Ricci 146,752 39.3 +1.6 5 -5
Five Star Movement Andrea Liberati 53,458 14.3 +14.3 1 +1
Independent Michele Vecchietti 5,858 1.6 +1.6 0 ±0
Independent Simone Di Stefano 2,457 0.6 +0.6 0 ±0
Independent Amato John De Paulis 2,155 0.6 +0.6 0 ±0
Independent Aurelio Fabiani 1,820 0.5 +0.5 0 ±0
New Force Fulvio Carlo Maiorca 1,304 0.3 +0.3 0 ±0
Turnout 373,673 55.4

Marche

Regional election 2015: Marche
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Democratic Party Luca Ceriscioli 251,050 41.1 -12.1 19 -7
Five Star Movement Giovanni Maggi 133,178 21.8 +21.8 5 +5
Brothers of Italy Francesco Acquaroli 116,047 19.0 +12.7 3 +1
Independent Gian Mario Spacca[3] 86,848 14.2 -17.0 4 -8
Left Ecology Freedom Edoardo Mentrasti 24,213 4.0 -3.1 0 -2
Turnout 49.8

Campania

Regional election 2015: Campania
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Democratic Party Vincenzo De Luca 987,651 41.1 -1.9 31 +10
Forza Italia Stefano Caldoro 920,957 38.4 -15.8 12 -26
Five Star Movement Valeria Ciambrino 420,617 17,5 +17,5 7 +7
Independent Salvatore Vozza 52,768 2.2 +2.2 0 ±0
Independent Marco Esposito 17,857 0.7 +0.7 0 ±0
Turnout 51.9

Apulia

Regional election 2015: Apulia
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Democratic Party Michele Emiliano 793,831 47.1 -1.6 30 -17
Five Star Movement Antonella Laricchia 310,304 18.4 +18.4 6 +6
New Centre-Right Francesco Schittulli[4] 308,168 18.3 +18.3 8 +8
Forza Italia Adriana Poli Bortone[5] 242,641 14.4 -27.8 6 -11
Communist Refoundation Party Riccardo Rossi 17,110 1.0 +1.0 0 ±0
Greens Gregorio Mariggiò 7,559 0.4 +0.4 0 ±0
Independent Michele Rizzi 5,056 0.3 +0.3 0 ±0
Turnout 1,825,613 51.2

References

  1. ^ Regionali, saltano le coalizioni: Pd e Forza Italia si litigano Alfano L'Espresso, 12 February 2015 (Italian)
  2. ^ Previously a member of the PD, substained by a center-left alliance including Left Ecology Freedom (SEL).
  3. ^ Current president of the Region. In 2015 he decided to leave the PD and create his own party. Substained by a center-right coalition including Forza Italia (FI).
  4. ^ Previously he was the candidate of Forza Italia (FI). Substained by some center-right movements.
  5. ^ Previously a member of Brothers of Italy (FdI). Substained by a center-right coalition, including Us with Salvini movement.
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