Sardinian regional election, 2009

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The Sardinian regional election of 2009 took place on 15–16 February 2009.

Ugo Cappellacci, the centre-right candidate, defeated Renato Soru, the centre-left incumbent President, by a large margin and The People of Freedom was by far the largest party. The combined result of the regionalist parties was 21.9%.

Results[edit]

Candidates and parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Ugo Cappellacci 502,084 51.88 9 44
The People of Freedom 248,654 30.11 25
Union of the Centre 75,451 9.13 7
Sardinian Reformers 56,056 6.78 5
Sardinian Action Party 35,428 4.29 4
Sardinian Democratic UnionNew PSI 28,928 3.50 2
Movement for the AutonomyThe RightFortza Paris 18,500 2.24 1
Renato Soru 415,600 42.94 1 26
Democratic Party 204,223 24.73 18
Italy of Values 41,321 5.00 3
Communist Refoundation Party 26,454 3.20 2
Red Moors (incl. Greens) 21,034 2.54 1
Party of Italian Communists 15,870 1.92 1
Democratic LeftMovement for the LeftUnite the Left 13,508 1.63 1
Gavino Sale 29,640 3.06 - 0
Independence Republic of Sardinia 17,141 2.07 0
Peppino Balia 15,037 1.55 - 0
Socialist Party 19,488 2.36 0
Gianfranco Sollai 5,316 0.55 - 0
Sardinia NationTo the Left for Independence–others 3,695 0.44 0
Total 967,677 100.00 10 70

Source: Regional Council of Sardinia