Ligurian regional election, 2010

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The Ligurian regional election of 2010 will take place on 28–29 March 2010.

The incumbent President Claudio Burlando of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) faced Sandro Biasotti, backed by The People of Freedom (PdL) and Lega Nord Liguria.[1] Biasotti was President of the Region from 2000 to 2005, when he was defeated by Burlando. The Union of the Centre (UdC), a traditionally centre-right political force, supported the centre-left candidate Burlando.

Burlando secured a second consecutive term, but the PdL came out as the largest party in the region.

Results[edit]

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Clauidio Burlando 424,044 52.15 8 17
Democratic Party 211,500 28.35 10
Italy of Values 63,028 8.45 3
Union of the Centre 29,335 3.93 1
Federation of the Left 29,148 3.91 1
We with Burlando 27,607 3.70 1
Left Ecology Freedom 18,418 2.47 1
Federation of the Greens 8,624 1.16 1
Bertone List 5,723 0.77 -
Sandro Biasotti 389,132 47.85 1 14
The People of Freedom 218,398 29.27 10
Lega Nord Liguria 76,265 10.22 3
Biasotti President 45,261 6.07 1
People of Italy 5,398 0.72 -
The Right 2,688 0.36 -
Pensioners' Party 2,566 0.34 -
New PSI 2,076 0.28 -
Total 813,176 100.00 9 31

Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections

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