Basilicata regional election, 2010

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The Basilicata regional election of 2010 took place on 28–29 March 2010.

The incumbent President Vito De Filippo of the Democratic Party (PD) was elected for a second-consecutive term by a landslide, thus becoming the most voted candidate in 2010 regional elections.

Results[edit]

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Vito De Filippo 202,980 60.8 3 16
Democratic Party 87,134 27.1 7
Italy of Values 31,902 9.9 3
Union of the Centre 23,760 7.4 2
United Populars 19,045 5.9 1
Italian Socialist Party 14,919 4.7 1
Alliance for Italy 13,624 4.2 1
Left Ecology Freedom 12,818 4.0 1
Federation of the Left 6,904 2.2 -
Federation of the Greens 6,839 2.1 -
Nicola Pagliuca 93,204 27.9 1 9
The People of Freedom 62,420 19.4 7
List for Pagliuca 13,913 4.3 1
Movement for Autonomies 8,516 2.7 1
others 2,644 0.8 -
Magdi Allam 29,107 8.7 - 1
I Love Lucania 11,980 3.7 1
others 1,720 0.5 -
Marco Toscano 4,936 1.5 - -
Political Movement Against Indifference 2,262 0.7 -
Florenzo Doino 3,512 1.1 - -
Workers' Communist Party 698 0.2 -
Total 333,739 100.0 4 26

Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections