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Sardinian regional election, 2004

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Sardinian regional election, 2004

The Sardinian regional election of 2004 took place on 12 -13 June 2004.

The election had two main competitors: Mauro Pili (Forza Italia) for the centre-right and Renato Soru (Sardinia Project) for the centre-left. Soru won easily over Pili, who had been President of the Region from 2001 to 2003. The combined result of the regionalist parties, including Soru's Sardinia Project, was 27.3%.


Candidates and parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
prov. lists
Renato Soru 487,692 50.1 8 43
Democrats of the Left 112,757 13.3 13
Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy 92,526 10.9 10
Sardinia Project 66,690 7.8 7
Communist Refoundation Party 35,142 4.1 5
Italian Democratic Socialists 32,245 3.8 3
UDEUR Populars 22,610 2.7 3
Party of Italian CommunistsItaly of Values 16,010 1.9 1
Italy of Values 8,558 1.0 1
Federation of the Greens 7,048 0.8 -
Mauro Pili 394,271 40.5 1 29
Forza Italia 128,563 15.1 10
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 88,179 10.4 7
National Alliance 63,001 7.4 5
Sardinian Reformers 50,953 6.0 4
Sardinian People's Party 39,086 4.6 3
New Italian Socialist Party 8,965 1.1 -
Giacomo Sanna 36,720 3.7 - 2
Sardinian Action Party 32,859 3.9 2
Sardinia Nation 3,249 0.4 -
Mario Floris 35,460 3.6 - 2
Sardinian Democratic Union 33,302 3.9 2
Gavino Sale 18,638 1.9 - -
Independence Republic of Sardinia 5,672 0.7 -
Total 972,781 100.0 9 76
Source: Regional Council of Sardinia

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