Marche regional election, 1995

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The Marche regional election of 1995 took place on 23 April 1995.

For the first time the President of the Region was directly elected by the people, although the election was not yet binding and the President-elect could have been replaced during the term.

Vito D'Ambrosio (Democratic Party of the Left) was elected President of the Region, defeating Stefano Bastianoni (Christian Democratic Centre) by a landslide.

Results[edit]

Candidates votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Vito D'Ambrosio 486,631 51.56 8 18
Democratic Party of the Left 283,429 33.64 12
Communist Refoundation Party 86,293 10.24 3
Pact of Democrats 38,695 4.59 1
Federation of the Greens 24,632 2.92 1
Italian Republican Party 16,866 2.00 1
Labour Federation 4,648 0.55 -
Stefano Bastianoni 367,030 38.89 - 12
Forza ItaliaPeople's Pole 164,829 19.57 6
National Alliance 129,220 15.34 5
Christian Democratic Centre 26,756 3.18 -
Paolo Polenta 60,401 6.40 - 2
Italian People's Party 51,057 6.06 2
Achille Castignani 10,962 1.16 - -
Tricolour Flame 4,397 0.52 -
Ruggero Morresi 10,224 1.08 - -
Pannella List 7,344 0.87 -
Luca Rodolfo Paolini 8,525 0.90 - -
Lega Nord Marche 4,252 0.50 -
Total 943,773 100.00 8 32

Source: Ministry of the Interior