European Parliament election, 2004 (Portugal)

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Portugal European Parliament election, 2004
Portugal
1999 ←
13 June 2004 → 2009
24 seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 38.6%

The European Parliament election of 2004 in Portugal was the election of MEP representing Portugal constituency for the 2004-2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. In Portugal the election was held on 13 June.

Parties and candidates[edit]

The major parties that partook in the election, and their EP list leaders, were:[1]

National summary of votes and seats[edit]

The first most voted party in each district (Azores and Madeira are not shown)
e • d Summary of the results of Portugal's 13 June 2004 election to the European Parliament
← 199920042009 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Socialist Party (PS) PES António Costa 1,516,001 44.52 1.45 Increase
12 / 24
0 Steady
Forward Portugal (FP) EPP



João de Deus Pinheiro



1,132,769



33.27



*



9 / 24
Social Democratic Party (PSD)
7 / 24
2 Decrease
People's Party (CDS–PP)
2 / 24
0 Steady
Democratic Unitarian Coalition (CDU) GUE/NGL



Ilda Figueiredo



309,401



9.09



1.23 Decrease



2 / 24
Communist Party (PCP)
2 / 24
0 Steady
Ecologist Party (PEV)
0 / 24
0 Steady
Left Bloc (BE) EACL Miguel Portas 167,313 4.91 3.12 Increase
1 / 24
1 Increase
Workers' Communist Party (PCTP/MRPP) None António Garcia Pereira 36,294 1.07 0.19 Increase
0 / 24
0 Steady
Others (parties or candidates that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats) 108,338 3.18
0 / 24
Valid votes 3,270,116 96.04
Blank and invalid votes 134,666 3.96
Totals 3,404,782 100.00
24 / 24
1 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 8,821,456 38.60 1.33 Decrease
Source: Comissão Nacional de Eleições
Vote share
PS
  
44.52%
FP
  
33.27%
CDU
  
9.09%
BE
  
4.91%
PCTP/MRPP
  
1.07%
PND
  
0.99%
Others
  
2.19%
Blank/Invalides
  
3.96%

References[edit]

  1. ^ Comissão Nacional de Eleições - Deputados, Mapa Oficial nº 1/2004
  2. ^ Candidate chosen to lead the Socialist list after the unexpected death of the former head of the list António Sousa Franco.

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