Elections in Lombardy

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This page gathers the results of elections in Lombardy.

Regional elections[edit]

Latest regional election[edit]

In the latest regional election, which took place on 24–25 February 2013, Roberto Maroni of Lega LombardaLega Nord was elected President of Lombardy with the support of The People of Freedom. The election was the first snap election in Lombard political history and the first one paired with a senatorial election.

Candidates Regional candidates Provincial lists Total
votes % seats Parties votes % swing seats party group
Roberto Maroni 2,456,921 42.82 1 The People of Freedom 904,742 16.73 Decrease15.1 19 19 49
Lega LombardaLega Nord 700,907 12.96 Decrease13.2 15 16
Maroni President 552,863 10.23 new 11 11
Brothers of Italy 83,810 1.55 new 2 2
Pensioners' Party 50,843 0.94 Decrease0.7 1 1
Labour and Freedom List 27,374 0.51 new 0 0
Ecological Alliance 8,270 0.15 new 0 0
Umberto Ambrosoli 2,194,169 38.24 1 Democratic Party 1,369,440 25.33 Increase2.4 17 17 22
Ambrosoli List – Civic Pact 380,241 7.03 new 4 5
Left Ecology Freedom 97,627 1.81 Increase0.4 - -
Lombard Popular Centre 63,885 1.18 new 0 0
Ethical to Left 52,152 0.96 new 0 0
Italy of Values 35,141 0.65 Decrease5.6 0 0
Italian Socialist Party 16,624 0.31 Steady0.0 0 0
Silvana Carcano 782,007 13.63 - Five Star Movement 775,211 14.34 Increase12.0 9 9 9
Gabriele Albertini 236,597 4.12 - Civic Lombardy 133,435 2.47 new 0 0 -
Union of the Centre 85,721 1.59 Decrease2.2 0 0
Carlo Pinardi 68,133 1.19 - Act to Stop the Decline 68,469 1.27 new 0 0 -
Total candidates 5,737,827 100.00 2 Total parties 5,406,755 100.00 = 78 80 80

Source: Region Lombardy

List of previous regional elections[edit]

Italian general elections in Lombardy[edit]

Latest general election[edit]

List of previous general elections[edit]

European Parliament elections in Lombardy[edit]

Latest European Parliament election[edit]

The European Parliament election of 2014 took place in Italy on 25 May 2014. In Lombardy the centre-left Democratic Party was by far the largest party with 40.3% of the vote, largely distancing Forza Italia (16.9%), the Five Star Movement (15.7%) and Lega Nord (14.6%).

Party Votes %
Democratic Party 1,971,915 40.3
Forza Italia 826,201 16.9
Five Star Movement 769,862 15.7
Lega Nord 714,835 14.6
New Centre-Right – Union of the Centre 180,451 3.7
The Other Europe 171,928 3.5
Brothers of Italy 134,939 2.8
Green Italy – European Greens 49,878 1.0
Italy of Values 30,878 0.6
European Choice 30.660 0.6
I ChangeMAIE 8,576 0.2
Total 4,890,123 100.00

Source: Ministry of the Interior

List of previous European Parliament elections[edit]

Provincial elections in Lombardy[edit]

2007 provincial elections[edit]

e • d 
House of Freedoms (incl. Lega Nord) The Union Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Como Leonardo Carioni
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
67.8% - Mauro Guerra
(Democrats of the Left)
28.6% - 3.7%
Varese Marco Reguzzoni
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
67.1% - Mario Aspesi
(Democracy is Freedom)
25.3% - 7.7%

Source: La Repubblica

2008 provincial elections[edit]

e • d 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Varese Dario Galli
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
64.1% - Mario Aspesi
(Democratic Party)
26.1% - 13.0%

Source: La Repubblica

2009 provincial elections[edit]

e • d 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Union of the Centre Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Bergamo Ettore Pirovano
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
59.0% - Francesco Cornolti
(Democratic Party)
20.3% - Luigi Pisoni
(Union of the Centre)
13.6% - 7.1%
Brescia Daniele Molgora
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
55.5% - Diego Peli
(Democratic Party)
22.5% - Gianmarco Quadrini
(Union of the Centre)
7.6% - 14.4%
Cremona Massimiliano Salini
(The People of Freedom)
51.1% - Giuseppe Torchio
(Democratic Party)
35.9% - Giuseppe Trespidi
(Union of the Centre)
4.1% - 9.0%
Lecco Daniele Nava
(The People of Freedom)
54.3% - Virginio Brivio
(Democratic Party)
38.0% - Marco Carboni
(Union of the Centre)
3.4% - 4.2%
Lodi Pietro Foroni
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
54.2% - Lino Felissari
(Democratic Party)
38.2% - Giacomo Arcaini
(Union of the Centre)
4.0% - 3.6%
Milan Guido Podestà
(The People of Freedom)
48.8% 50.2% Filippo Penati
(Democratic Party)
38.8% 49.8% Enrico Marcora
(Union of the Centre)
3.7% - 8.6%
Monza Dario Allevi
(The People of Freedom)
54.1% - Pietro Luigi Ponti
(Democratic Party)
33.5% - Domenico Pisani
(Union of the Centre)
4.5% - 7.9%
Sondrio Massimo Sertori
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
61.1% - Giacomo Ciapponi
(Democratic Party)
31.8% - Michele Aili
(Union of the Centre)
4.9% - 2.2%

Source: La Repubblica

2011 provincial elections[edit]

e • d 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Union of the Centre Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Mantua Giovanni Fava
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
41.1% 42.7% Alessandro Pastacci
(Democratic Party)
41.8% 57.3% Pietro Marcazzan
(Union of the Centre)
5.1% - 12.0%
Pavia Ruggero Invernizzi
(The People of Freedom)
44.1% 48.8% Daniele Bosone
(Democratic Party)
33.8% 51.2% Vittorio Poma
(Union of the Centre)
9.6% - 12.5%

Source: Ministry of the Interior


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