Elections in Piedmont

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This page gathers the results of elections in Piedmont.

Regional elections[edit]

Last regional election[edit]

The last regional election took place on 28–29 March 2010. The incumbent President of the Region, Mercedes Bresso of the centre-left Democratic Party, lost her seat to Roberto Cota, leader of Lega Piemont and floor leader of Lega Nord in the Italian Chamber of Deputies, who was backed also by The People of Freedom. Cota's lead of Bresso was of only 0.4%, in one of the Region's narrowest elections ever.


Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Roberto Cota 1,043,318 47.3 12 24
The People of Freedom 474,431 25.0 13
Lega Nord Piemont 317,065 16.7 9
Greens Greens 33,411 1.8 1
Pensioners' Party 27,797 1.5 1
others 37,212 1.9 -
Mercedes Bresso 1,033,946 46.9 1 21
Democratic Party 439,663 23.2 12
Italy of Values 130,649 6.9 3
Union of the Centre 74,412 3.9 2
Together for Bresso 61,476 3.2 1
Moderates for Piedmont 58,010 3.1 1
Federation of the Left 50,191 2.6 1
Left Ecology Freedom 27,198 1.4 1
others 58,938 3.1 -
Davide Bono 90,086 4.1 - -
Five Star Movement 69,448 3.7 -
Renzo Rabellino 36,999 1.7 - -
various lists < 1.0% 34,170 1.8 -
Total 2,204,349 100.0 13 47

Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections

List of previous regional elections[edit]

Italian general elections in Piedmont[edit]

Last general election[edit]

The Italian general election of 2008 took place on 13–14 April 2008. The election was won in Piedmont by the centre-right coalition between The People of Freedom and Lega Nord, as it happened at the national level. The People of Freedom was the largest party in the election with 34.3%, ahead of the Democratic Party (32.4%) and Lega Nord (12.6%).

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) seats Parties votes votes (%) seats
Silvio Berlusconi 1,278,830 46.8 27 The People of Freedom 935,890 34.3 19
Lega Nord 342,940 12.6 8
Walter Veltroni 1,021,623 37.4 18 Democratic Party 885,549 32.4 15
Italy of Values 136,074 5.0 3
Pier Ferdinando Casini 141,335 5.2 2 Union of the Centre 143,335 5.2 2
Fausto Bertinotti 92,699 3.4 - The Left – The Rainbow 92,699 3.4 -
Daniela Santanchè 86,885 3.2 - The Right 86,885 3.2 -
Marco Ferrando 18,491 0.7 - Workers' Communist Party 18,491 0.7 -
Enrico Boselli 18,101 0.7 - Socialist Party 18,101 0.7 -
Flavia D'Angeli 14,989 0.5 - Critical Left 14,989 0.5 -
Others 45,334 1.9 - others 45,334 1.9 -
Total coalitions 2,730,221 100.0 47 Total parties 2,730,221 100.0 47

Source: Ministry of the Interior

Senate[edit]

e • d 
Coalitions leaders votes votes (%) seats Parties votes votes (%) seats
Silvio Berlusconi 1,204,737 47.5 13 The People of Freedom 892,479 35.2 10
Lega Nord 312,258 12.3 3
Walter Veltroni 967,805 38.2 9 Democratic Party 841,666 33.2 8
Italy of Values 126,139 5.0 1
Pier Ferdinando Casini 134,221 5.3 - Union of the Centre 134,221 5.3 -
Fausto Bertinotti 84,235 3.3 - The Left – The Rainbow 84,235 3.3 -
Daniela Santanchè 68,742 2.7 - The Right 68,742 2.7 -
Marco Ferrando 16,184 0.6 - Workers' Communist Party 16,184 0.6 -
Enrico Boselli 15,556 0.6 - Socialist Party 15,556 0.6 -
Flavia D'Angeli 14,121 0.6 - Critical Left 14,121 0.6 -
Others 28,693 1.1 - others 28,693 1.1 -
Total coalitions 2,534,294 100.0 22 Total parties 2,534,294 100.0 22

Source: Ministry of the Interior

List of previous general elections[edit]

European Parliament elections in Piedmont[edit]

Last European Parliament election[edit]

The European Parliament election of 2009 took place on 6–7 June 2009. The People of Freedom (32.4%) was the largest party in Piedmont, ahead of the Democratic Party (24.7%) and Lega Nord (15.7%).


Parties votes votes (%)
The People of Freedom 778,641 32.4
Democratic Party 592,960 24.7
Lega Nord 376,936 15.7
Italy of Values 209,107 8.7
Union of the Centre 147,365 6.1
Anticapitalist List (PRCPdCI) 79,387 3.3
Pannella-Bonino ListItalian Radicals 75,614 3.1
Left and Freedom (MpSGreensPS) 55,881 2.3
Others 83,296 3.6
Total 2,402,273 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior

List of previous European Parliament elections[edit]

Provincial elections in Piedmont[edit]

Provincial elections in Piedmont[edit]