Italian general election, 2008 (Piedmont)

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The Italian general election of 2008 took place on 13 April 2008 – 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%).

Results[edit]

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

MPs elected in Piedmont[edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

Piedmont 1 (Torino)[edit]

The People of Freedom[edit]
Democratic Party[edit]
Lega Nord[edit]
Italy of Values[edit]
Union of the Centre[edit]

Piedmont 2 (Alessandria-Asti-Cuneo-Novara-Vercelli-Biella-Verbania)[edit]

The People of Freedom[edit]
Democratic Party[edit]
Lega Nord[edit]
Italy of Values[edit]
Union of the Centre[edit]

Senate[edit]

The People of Freedom[edit]

Democratic Party[edit]

Lega Nord[edit]

Italy of Values[edit]