Piedmontese regional election, 2005

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The Piedmontese regional election of 2005 took place on 3-4 April 2005.

Mercedes Bresso (Democrats of the Left, then Democratic Party) defeated incumbent Enzo Ghigo (Forza Italia).

Results[edit]

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Mercedes Bresso 1,226,355 50.91 12 26
Democrats of the Left 411,237 20.10 11
Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy 211,457 10.34 6
Communist Refoundation Party 130,776 6.39 4
Together for Bresso 60,314 2.95 1
Federation of the Greens 57,516 2.81 1
Party of Italian Communists 53,359 2.61 1
Italian Democratic Socialists 49,821 2.44 1
Italy of Values 31,016 1.52 1
Populars–UDEUR 10,734 0.52 0
Pensioners for Europe 5,156 0.25 0
Enzo Ghigo 1,133,358 47.05 1 24
Forza Italia 457,397 22.36 11
National Alliance 195,318 9.55 5
Lega Nord Piemont 173,020 8.46 4
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 93,872 4.59 2
Greens Greens 23,761 1.16 1
Consumers' List 23.378 1.14 1
Socialists and Liberals 16.944 0.83 0
Pensioners' Party 11,883 0.58 0
Gianfranco Rotondi 24,813 1.03 - -
Christian Democracy 14,255 0.70 0
Lodovico Ellena 24,454 1.02 - -
Social Alternative 14,515 0.71 0
Total 2,408,980 100.00 13 50

Source: Ministry of the Interior