French municipal elections, 2014

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The French municipal elections of 2014 were held on 23 March of that year with a second round of voting, where necessary, on 30 March to elect the municipal councils of France's communes. The first task of each newly constituted municipal council is to elect a mayor for that commune.

Municipal councillors, and the mayors they elect, ordinarily serve a term of six years.

Exit polls[edit]

An exit poll by pollster BVA showed

[1]
Party political leaning of party Percentage of Total Vote
Union for a Popular Movement and allies center-right 48%
Socialist Party and allies center-left 43%
National Front far-right 7%

Balance by parties[edit]

Left Front[edit]

* Lost cities: Villejuif (55,923), Le Blanc-Mesnil (51,916), Saint-Ouen (47,783), Bobigny (47,224), Aubagne (45,800), Vaulx-en-Velin (42,726), Villepinte (35,850), Bagnolet (34,513), Viry-Châtillon (31,655), Roissy-en-Brie (22,436), Limeil-Brévannes (20,663), Achères (19,606), Hennebont (15,456), Fourmies (12,068), La Queue-en-Brie (11,506), Gisors (11,474), Saint-Orens-de-Gameville (11,196), Saint-Claude (10,690), Aniche (10,509), Vieux-Condé (10,172), Pierre-Bénite (10,011), Varennes-Vauzelles (9,567), Portes-lès-Valence (9,507), Grigny (9,094), Elne (8,100), Roussillon (7,983), Boucau (7,801), Houdain (7,623), Feignies (7,184), Migennes (7,126), Trignac (7,008), Divion (6,971), Lallaing (6,496), Quiévrechain (6,130), Coursan (6,050), Fenain (5,327), Cuges-les-Pins (4,898), Auchy-les-Mines (4,601), Évin-Malmaison (4,583), Vermelles (4,526), Drap (4,297), Laigneville (4,168), Hérin (3,947), Garchizy (3,836).

* Cities won: Montreuil (103,068), Aubervilliers (75,598), 1st arrondissement of Lyon (28,932), Thiers (11,232), Onnaing (8,720), Magnanville (5,904), Ambazac (5,555), Courpière (4,401), Rilhac-Rancon (4,313), Annay (4,246), Escautpont (4,227), Serémange-Erzange (4,203), Avesnes-les-Aubert (3,635).

Socialist Party[edit]

* Lost cities:, Reims (180,752), Tours (134,633), Pau (79,798), Ajaccio (66,809), Quimper (63,235), 9th arrondissement of Paris (60,120), Pessac (58,743), Chelles (52,817), Belfort (50,128), Charleville-Mézières (49,433), Chalon-sur-Saône (44,847), Anglet (38,581), Joué-lès-Tours (36,554), Nevers (36,210), Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (35,582), Schiltigheim (31,633), Palaiseau (30,316), Athis-Mons (29,831), Périgueux (29,811), Saint-Médard-en-Jalles (28,348), Bergerac (27,687), Montbéliard (25,974), Les Ulis (24,641), Villeparisis (24,525), Brétigny-sur-Orge (24,264), Dole (24,009), Montgeron (22,941), Mantes-la-Ville (19,839), Montceau-les-Mines (19,124), Maurepas (18,928), Chilly-Mazarin (18,843), Riom (18,291), Marmande (18,218), Ploemeur (17,747), Vendôme (16,849), Bruz (16,612), Cesson-Sévigné (15,413), Juvisy-sur-Orge (14,924), Issoire (14,170), Pontivy (14,011), Bois-d'Arcy (13,788), Guipavas (13,414), Rixheim (13,145), Épinay-sous-Sénart (12,129), Guebwiller (11,517), Valentigney (11,155), Beaumont (10,908), Orthez (10,886), Oloron-Sainte-Marie (10,854), Igny (10,522), Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire (10,484), Gerzat (10,389), Fondettes (10,306), Vernouillet (9,401), Saint-Germain-lès-Arpajon (9,324), Ploërmel (9,221), Crosne (9,190), Saint-Pierre-du-Mont (9,081), Meulan-en-Yvelines (8,921), Saint-Pierre-du-Perray (8,618), Bellerive-sur-Allier (8,530), Lempdes (8,397), Ballan-Miré (8,074), Coutras (8,062), Romagnat (8,049), Chinon (7,911), Saint-Vincent-de-Tyrosse (7,743), Cébazat (7,509), Questembert (7,464), Artigues-près-Bordeaux (7,290), Mordelles (7,230), Revin (7,187), Carbon-Blanc (6,941), Ambert (6,869), Les Essarts-le-Roi (6,298), Aire-sur-l'Adour (6,207), Châteaubourg (6,196), Inzinzac-Lochrist (6,129), Wissous (6,093), Plédran (6,053), Pordic (6,001), Bethoncourt (5,974), Magnanville (5,904), Lèves (5,675), Genlis (5,588), Gan (5,481), Montbard (5,476), Saint-Astier (5,468), Ceyrat (5,444), Bar-sur-Aube (5,214), Saintry-sur-Seine (5,140), Pauillac (5,059), Villabé (5,010), Bavilliers (4,889), Saint-Sever (4,758), Vouziers (4,094), Hillion (4,063), Ribérac (4,053), Castelnau-de-Médoc (3,902), Boissy-sous-Saint-Yon (3,713), Fumay (3,712), Romillé (3,670), Bavans (3,662), Brassac-les-Mines (3,308), Plancoët (3,084), Mussidan (2,878), Ambès (2,868), Plombières-lès-Dijon (2,771), Le Bugue (2,728), Puy-Guillaume (2,612), Vendays-Montalivet (2,480), Sainte-Foy-la-Grande (2,400), Le Buisson-de-Cadouin (2,094), Nohanent (1,968), Cercy-la-Tour (1,936), Corbigny (1,576),

Results in largest cities[edit]

Cities Population Incumbent mayor Party Elected mayor Party
Aix-en-Provence 140,684 Joissains-Masini, MaryseMaryse Joissains-Masini UMP Joissains-Masini, MaryseMaryse Joissains-Masini UMP
Amiens 133,327 Demailly, GillesGilles Demailly PS Fouré, BrigitteBrigitte Fouré UDI
Angers 148,803 Béatse, FrédéricFrédéric Béatse PS Béchu, ChristopheChristophe Béchu UMP
Argenteuil 104,282 Doucet, PhilippePhilippe Doucet PS Mothron, GeorgesGeorges Mothron UMP
Besançon 115,879 Fousseret, Jean-LouisJean-Louis Fousseret PS Fousseret, Jean-LouisJean-Louis Fousseret PS
Bordeaux 239,399 Juppé, AlainAlain Juppé UMP Juppé, AlainAlain Juppé UMP
Boulogne-Billancourt 116,220 Baguet, Pierre-ChristophePierre-Christophe Baguet UMP Baguet, Pierre-ChristophePierre-Christophe Baguet UMP
Brest 140,547 Cuillandre, FrançoisFrançois Cuillandre PS Cuillandre, FrançoisFrançois Cuillandre PS
Caen 108,793 Duron, PhilippePhilippe Duron PS Bruneau, JoëlJoël Bruneau UMP
Clermont-Ferrand 140,957 Godard, SergeSerge Godard PS Bianchi, OlivierOlivier Bianchi PS
Dijon 151,672 Rebsamen, FrançoisFrançois Rebsamen PS Rebsamen, FrançoisFrançois Rebsamen PS
Grenoble 157,424 Destot, MichelMichel Destot PS Piolle, ÉricÉric Piolle EELV
Le Havre 174,156 Philippe, ÉdouardÉdouard Philippe UMP Philippe, ÉdouardÉdouard Philippe UMP
Le Mans 143,240 Boulard, Jean-ClaudeJean-Claude Boulard PS Boulard, Jean-ClaudeJean-Claude Boulard PS
Lille 227,533 Aubry, MartineMartine Aubry PS Aubry, MartineMartine Aubry PS
Limoges 137,758 Rodet, AlainAlain Rodet PS Lombertie, Émile-RogerÉmile-Roger Lombertie UMP
Lyon 491,268 Collomb, GérardGérard Collomb PS Collomb, GérardGérard Collomb PS
Marseille 850,636 Gaudin, Jean-ClaudeJean-Claude Gaudin UMP Gaudin, Jean-ClaudeJean-Claude Gaudin UMP
Metz 119,962 Gros, DominiqueDominique Gros PS Gros, DominiqueDominique Gros PS
Montpellier 264,538 Mandroux, HélèneHélène Mandroux PS Saurel, PhilippePhilippe Saurel DVG
Montreuil 103,068 Voynet, DominiqueDominique Voynet EELV Bessac, PatricePatrice Bessac PCF
Mulhouse 110,351 Rottner, JeanJean Rottner UMP Rottner, JeanJean Rottner UMP
Nancy 105,382 Rossinot, AndréAndré Rossinot UDI Hénart, LaurentLaurent Hénart UDI
Nantes 287,845 Rimbert, PatrickPatrick Rimbert PS Rolland, JohannaJohanna Rolland PS
Nice 344,064 Estrosi, ChristianChristian Estrosi UMP Estrosi, ChristianChristian Estrosi UMP
Nîmes 144,940 Fournier, Jean-PaulJean-Paul Fournier UMP Fournier, Jean-PaulJean-Paul Fournier UMP
Nouméa 100,579 Lèques, JeanJean Lèques UMP Lagarde, SoniaSonia Lagarde UDI
Orléans 114,185 Grouard, SergeSerge Grouard UMP Grouard, SergeSerge Grouard UMP
Paris 2,249,975 Delanoë, BertrandBertrand Delanoë PS Hidalgo, AnneAnne Hidalgo PS
Perpignan 118,238 Pujol, Jean-MarcJean-Marc Pujol UMP Pujol, Jean-MarcJean-Marc Pujol UMP
Reims 180,752 Hazan, AdelineAdeline Hazan PS Robinet, ArnaudArnaud Robinet UMP
Rennes 208,033 Delaveau, DanielDaniel Delaveau PS Appéré, NathalieNathalie Appéré PS
Rouen 111,553 Robert, YvonYvon Robert PS Robert, YvonYvon Robert PS
Saint-Denis, Réunion 145,347 Annette, GilbertGilbert Annette PS Annette, GilbertGilbert Annette PS
Saint-Denis 107,762 Paillard, DidierDidier Paillard PCF Paillard, DidierDidier Paillard PCF
Saint-Étienne 170,049 Vincent, MauriceMaurice Vincent PS Perdriau, GaëlGaël Perdriau UMP
Saint-Paul, Réunion 103,916 Bello, HuguetteHuguette Bello PCR Sinimalé, JosephJoseph Sinimalé UMP
Strasbourg 272,222 Ries, RolandRoland Ries PS Ries, RolandRoland Ries PS
Toulon 163,974 Falco, HubertHubert Falco UMP Falco, HubertHubert Falco UMP
Toulouse 447,340 Cohen, PierrePierre Cohen PS Moudenc, Jean-LucJean-Luc Moudenc UMP
Tours 134,633 Germain, JeanJean Germain PS Babary, SergeSerge Babary UMP
Villeurbanne 145,034 Bret, Jean-PaulJean-Paul Bret PS Bret, Jean-PaulJean-Paul Bret PS

Amiens[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Gilles Demailly (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Brigitte Fouré UDI-UMP-MoDem 16,533 44,79 19,062 50,38 42 Increase 30
Thierry Bonté PS-EELV-PCF-PRG-MRC 9,098 24,65 12,788 33,80 9 Decrease 34
Yves Dupille FN 5,739 15,54 5,981 15,80 4 Increase 4
Cédric Maisse PG 3,273 8,86
Bruno Paleni LO 944 2,55
Nicolas Belvalette DVG 801 2,17
Mohamed Boulafrad DVG 520 1,40
Inscrits (eligible voters) 73,923 100,00 73,912 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 35,472 47,99 34,437 46,59
Votants (voted) 38,451 52,01 39,475 53,41
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,543 4,01 1,644 4,16
Exprimés (total valid votes) 36,908 95,99 37,831 95,84

Angers[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Frédéric Béatse (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Christophe Béchu UMP-MoDem 18,365 35,91 27,975 54,36 43 Increase 29
Frédéric Béatse* PS-EELV-PCF 13,691 26,77 23,086 45,64 12 Decrease 33
Jean-Luc Rotureau DVG 8,288 16,20
Laurent Gérault UDI 3,806 7,44
Gaétan Dirand FN 3,443 6,73
Nathalie Sévaux IND 1,683 3,29
Martin Nivault PG-GA 1,075 2,10
Marie-José Faligant LO 477 0,93
Hubert Lardeux POI 307 0,60
Inscrits (eligible voters) 88,281 100,00 88,311 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 35,995 40,77 34,153 38,67
Votants (voted) 52,286 59,23 54,158 61,33
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,151 2,20 2,697 4,98
Exprimés (total valid votes) 51,135 97,80 51,461 95,02

Bordeaux[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Alain Juppé (UMP)

Candidate Party First round Seats
Votes % Nb. +/-
Alain Juppé* UMP-UDI-MoDem 46,489 60,95 52 Increase 2
Vincent Feltesse PS-EELV-PRG-MRC 17,224 22,58 7 Decrease 4
Jacques Colombier FN 4,626 6,06 2 Increase 2
Vincent Maurin FG 3,506 4,60
Yves Simone IND 2,128 2,79
Philippe Poutou NPA 1,914 2,51
Fanny Quandalle LO 391 0,51
Inscrits (eligible voters) 140,358 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 62,760 44,71
Votants (voted) 77,598 55,29
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,320 1,70
Exprimés (total valid votes) 76,278 98,30

Caen[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Philippe Duron (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Joël Bruneau UMP 10,186 30,79 19,458 57,03 43 Increase 31
Sonia de la Prôvoté UDI-MoDem 5,958 18,01
Philippe Duron* PS-PCF-PRG-MRC 8,670 26,21 14,657 42,96 12 Decrease 31
Rudy L'Orphelin EELV 3,383 10,22
Philippe Chapron FN 2,421 7,31
Étienne Adam Ensemble-NPA-PG 1,922 5,81
Pierre Casevitz LO 537 1,62
Inscrits (eligible voters) 58,111 100,00 58,117 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 24,074 41,43 22,396 38,54
Votants (voted) 34,037 58,57 35,721 61,46
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 960 2,82 1,606 4,50
Exprimés (total valid votes) 33,077 97,18 34,115 95,50

Grenoble[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Michel Destot (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Éric Piolle EELV-PG-GA 12,759 29,41 19,677 40,02 42 Increase 36
Jérôme Safar PS-PCF-PRG-MRC-Cap21 10,982 25,31 13,496 27,45 8 Decrease 36
Matthieu Chamussy UMP-UDI 9,052 20,86 11,795 23,99 7 Decrease 2
Mireille d'Ornano FN 5,449 12,56 4,193 8,52 2 Increase 2
Philippe de Longevialle MoDem 1,956 4,51
Denis Bonzy DVD 1,533 3,53
Lahcen Benmaza IND 788 1,82
Catherine Brun LO 516 1,19
Maurice Colliat POI 350 0,81
Inscrits (eligible voters) 84,816 100,00 84,819 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 40,369 47,60 34,730 40,95
Votants (voted) 44,447 52,40 50,089 59,05
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,062 2,39 928 1,85
Exprimés (total valid votes) 43,385 97,61 49,161 98,15

Le Havre[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Édouard Philippe (UMP)

Candidate Party First round Seats
Votes % Nb. +/-
Édouard Philippe* UMP-UDI 26,660 52,04 45 Decrease 1
Camille Galap PS-EELV-PRG 8,580 16,75 5 Increase 1
Nathalie Nail FG 8,384 16,37 5 Decrease 4
Damien Lenoir FN 6,877 13,43 4 Increase 4
Magali Cauchois LO 724 1,41
Inscrits (eligible voters) 113,130 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 59,921 52,97
Votants (voted) 53,209 47,03
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,984 3,73
Exprimés (total valid votes) 51,225 96,27

Lille[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Martine Aubry (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Martine Aubry* PS-PRG-MRC 19,422 34,86 29,125 52,05 47 Decrease 4
Lise Daleux EELV 6,176 11,08
Jean-René Lecerf UMP-UDI-MoDem 12,667 22,73 16,626 29,71 9 Decrease 1
Éric Dillies FN 9,557 17,15 10,198 18,22 5 Increase 5
Hugo Vandamme FG 3,437 6,17
Alessandro di Giuseppe DVG 1,978 3,55
Jacques Mutez DVG 1,047 1,88
Nicole Baudrin LO 821 1,47
Jan Pauwels NPA 611 1,10
Inscrits (eligible voters) 120,970 100,00 120,977 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 63,576 52,56 62,133 51,36
Votants (voted) 57,394 47,44 58,844 48,64
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,678 2,92 2,895 4,92
Exprimés (total valid votes) 55,716 97,08 55,949 95,08

Limoges[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Alain Rodet (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Alain Rodet* PS-EELV-PRG-MRC 13,325 30,11 20,513 43,81 12 Decrease 35
Gilbert Bernard FG 6,262 14,15
Émile-Roger Lombertie UMP 10,528 23,79 21,100 45,07 40 Increase 32
Pierre Coinaud UDI-MoDem 5,451 12,31
Vincent Gérard FN 7,504 16,95 5,201 11,10 3 Increase 3
Élisabeth Faucon LO 1,180 2,66
Inscrits (eligible voters) 77,115 100,00 77,117 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 30,479 39,52 27,598 35,79
Votants (voted) 46,636 60,48 49,519 64,21
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 2,386 5,12 2,705 5,46
Exprimés (total valid votes) 44,250 97,18 46,814 94,54

Lyon[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Gérard Collomb (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Gérard Collomb* PS-PRG-MRC 52,495 35,75 65,659 50,64 48 Decrease 6
Etienne Tête EELV 13,065 8,90
Michel Havard UMP-UDI-MoDem 44,767 30,49 44,385 34,24 21 Increase 2
Christophe Boudot FN 17,902 12,19 13,411 10,34 1 Increase 1
Aline Guitard FG 11,095 7,56 6,191 4,78 3 Increase 3
Éric Lafond DVD 5,436 3,70
Others IND 2,278 0,85
Inscrits (eligible voters) 266,395 100,00 235,399 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 116,977 43,91 102,248 43,44
Votants (voted) 149,418 56,09 133,151 56,56
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 2,607 1,74 3,505 2,63
Exprimés (total valid votes) 146,811 98,26 129,646 97,37

Marseille[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Jean-Claude Gaudin (UMP)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Jean-Claude Gaudin* UMP-UDI-MoDem 96,132 37,64 96,813 42,39 61 Increase 10
Stéphane Ravier FN 59,159 23,16 60,548 26,51 20 Increase 19
Patrick Mennucci PS-EELV-PRG-MRC 53,030 20,77 70,999 31,09 20 Decrease 29
Jean-Marc Coppola FG 18,132 7,10
Pape Diouf DVG 14,377 5,63
Others IND 14,047 5,50
Inscrits (eligible voters) 491,097 100,00 412,940 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 228,197 46,47 176,395 42,72
Votants (voted) 262,900 53,53 236,545 57,28
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 7,519 2,86 8,185 3,46
Exprimés (total valid votes) 255,381 97,14 228,360 96,54

Nancy[edit]

Incumbent mayor: André Rossinot (UDI)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Laurent Hénart UDI-UMP-MoDem 11,744 40,47 15,418 52,91 42 Steady
Mathieu Klein PS-EELV-PRG-MRC 10,377 35,75 13,721 47,08 13 Increase 2
Bora Yilmaz FG 1,580 5,44
Pierre Ducarne FN 2,007 6,91
Frank-Olivier Potier DVD 1,793 6,17
Denis Gabet DVD 1,170 4,03
Christiane Nimsgern LO 348 1,19
Inscrits (eligible voters) 50,690 100,00 50,693 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 21,023 41,47 20,532 40,50
Votants (voted) 29,667 58,53 30,161 59,50
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 648 2,18 1,022 3,39
Exprimés (total valid votes) 29,019 97,82 29,139 96,61

Paris[edit]

In Paris, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (UMP) with 35,91 percent of the votes and Anne Hidalgo (PS) with 34,40 percent qualified for the second round. Hidalgo won the second round with 54.5 percent of the votes, becoming Paris's first female mayor.[2]

The lists supporting Hidalgo (PS, Communists, Radical Party of the Left, Europe Ecology – The Greens) got 91 seats, the lists supprting Kosciusko-Morizet (UMP, UDI and MoDem) received 71, while the Left Party received 1.[3]

Perpignan[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Jean-Marc Pujol (UMP)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Louis Aliot FN 12,949 34,18 17,744 44,88 12 Increase 10
Jean-Marc Pujol* UMP-UDI 11,617 30,67 21,786 55,11 43 Increase 2
Jacques Cresta PS-PCF-PRG-MRC 4,497 11,87 Retired 0 Decrease 12
Clotilde Ripoull DVD 3,646 9,62
Jean Codognès EELV 2,147 5,66
Philippe Simon CDC 1,067 2,81
Stéphanie Font NPA 851 2,24
Axel Belliard DVG 719 1,89
Liberto Plana LO 384 1,01
Inscrits (eligible voters) 68,813 100,00 68,811 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 29,599 43,01 25,632 37,25
Votants (voted) 39,214 56,99 43,179 62,75
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,337 3,41 3,649 8,45
Exprimés (total valid votes) 37,877 96,59 39,530 91,55

Reims[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Adeline Hazan (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Arnaud Robinet UMP-UDI 20,159 39,63 25,297 46,19 44 Increase 31
Adeline Hazan* PS-EELV-PCF-PRG-MRC 19,477 38,29 23,414 42,75 12 Decrease 34
Roger Paris FN 8,144 16,01 6,050 11,04 3 Increase 3
Karim Mellouki PG-GA 1,736 3,41
Thomas Rose LO 1,347 2,65
Inscrits (eligible voters) 100,356 100,00 100,359 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 48,234 48,06 44,392 44,23
Votants (voted) 52,122 51,94 55,967 55,77
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,259 2,42 1,206 2,15
Exprimés (total valid votes) 50,863 97,58 54,761 97,85

Toulon[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Hubert Falco (UMP)

Candidate Party First round Seats
Votes % Nb. +/-
Hubert Falco* UMP-UDI 32,583 59,26 50 Decrease 3
Jean-Yves Waquet FN 11,257 20,47 6 Increase 4
Robert Alfonsi PS-EELV-PRG-MRC 5,561 10,11 3 Decrease 1
André de Ubeda FG 2,205 4,01
Olivier Lesage AEI 1,678 3,05
Geneviève Esquier EXD 1,246 2,26
Renée Defrance LO 447 0,81
Inscrits (eligible voters) 107,401 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 51,314 47,78
Votants (voted) 56,087 52,22
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 1,110 1,98
Exprimés (total valid votes) 54,977 98,02

Toulouse[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Pierre Cohen (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Jean-Luc Moudenc UMP-UDI-MoDem 49,554 38,20 73,708 52,07 53 Increase 36
Pierre Cohen* PS-PCF-PRG-MRC 41,851 32,26 67,869 47,93 16 Decrease 36
Antoine Maurice EELV-PP 9,064 6,99
Serge Laroze FN 10,574 8,15
Jean-Christophe Sellin FG 6,616 5,10
Christine de Veyrac DVD 3,183 2,45
Élisabeth Belaubre Cap21 3,141 2,42
Jean-Pierre Plancade DVG 2,753 2,12
Ahmad Chouki NPA 2,170 1,67
Sandra Torremocha LO 818 0,63
Inscrits (eligible voters) 254,538 100,00 254,547 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 121,629 47,78 107,764 42,34
Votants (voted) 132,909 52,22 146,783 57,66
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 3,185 2,40 5,206 3,55
Exprimés (total valid votes) 129,724 97,60 141,577 96,45

Villeurbanne[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Jean-Paul Bret (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
Jean-Paul Bret* PS-PCF-PRG-MRC 14,872 41,50 16,662 45,46 41 Decrease 3
Jean-Wilfried Martin UMP-UDI-MoDem 8,079 22,55 9,157 24,98 7 Decrease 4
Stéphane Poncet FN 6,287 17,54 5,823 15,88 4 Increase 4
Béatrice Vessiller EELV-PG 5,667 15,81 5,004 13,65 3 Increase 3
Philippe Bruneau LO 929 2,59
Inscrits (eligible voters) 80,206 100,00 80,207 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 43,414 54,13 42,648 53,17
Votants (voted) 36,792 45,87 37,559 46,83
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 958 2,60 913 2,43
Exprimés (total valid votes) 35,834 97,40 36,646 97,57

Results in symbolic cities[edit]

Hénin-Beaumont[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Eugène Binaisse (DVG)

Candidate Party First round Seats
Votes % Nb. +/-
Steeve Briois FN 6,006 50,25 28 Increase 20
Eugène Binaisse* DVG-PS-EELV-PCF-PRG 3,829 32,04 6 Decrease 20
Gérard Dalongeville DVG 1,167 9,76 1 Steady
Georges Bouquillon MRC 484 4,05
Jean-Marc Legrand UMP-UDI 464 3,88
Inscrits (eligible voters) 19,048 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 6,744 35,41
Votants (voted) 12,304 64,59
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 354 2,88
Exprimés (total valid votes) 11,950 97,12

Pau[edit]

Incumbent mayor: Martine Lignières-Cassou (PS)

Candidate Party First round Second round Seats
Votes % Votes % Nb. +/-
François Bayrou MoDem-UMP-UDI 12,749 41,85 18,388 62,95 40 Increase 31
David Habib PS-PRG-MRC 7,850 25,76 10,821 37,04 9 Decrease 26
Olivier Dartigolles FG 1,621 5,32
Yves Urieta DVD 4,024 13,20 Retired 0 Decrease 5
Georges de Pachtère FN 2,054 6,74
Eurydice Bled EELV 1,629 5,34
Mehdi Jabrane IND 535 1,75
Inscrits (eligible voters) 53,317 100,00 52,955 100,00
Abstentions (did not vote) 22,029 41,32 21,706 40,99
Votants (voted) 31,288 58,68 31,249 59,01
Blancs et nuls (blank or invalid ballots) 826 2,64 2,040 6,53
Exprimés (total valid votes) 30,462 97,36 29,209 93,47

References[edit]

  1. ^ "France's far-right score local gains as voters punish Hollande". Reuters. 25 March 2014. Retrieved 25 March 2014. 
  2. ^ Angus MacKinnon (30 March 2014) Socialist Anne Hidalgo to be first female mayor of Paris AFP/Yahoo News. Retrieved 31 March 2014
  3. ^ Corinne Laurent (31 March 2014) Paris reste à gauche avec Anne Hidalgo La Croix.