Umbrian regional election, 2010

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Umbrian regional election, 2010
Umbria
2005 ←
March 29, 2010
→ 2015

All 30 seats to the Regional Council of Umbria
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
Leader Catiuscia Marini Fiammetta Modena Paola Binetti
Party Democratic Party The People of Freedom Union of the Centre
Alliance PD & others PdL & Lega Nord Union of the Centre
Last election 19 seats, 63,0% 11 seats, 33,7% with FI
Seats won 19 10 1
Seat change ±0 -1 +1
Popular vote 257.458 169.568 22.756
Percentage 57,2% 37,7% 5,0%
Swing -5,8% +4,0% ±0

President of Umbria before election

Maria Rita Lorenzetti
Democratic Party

President of Umbria

Catiuscia Marini
Democratic Party

The Umbrian regional election of 2010 took place on 28–29 March 2010.

The three main candidates were Catiuscia Marini of the Democratic Party, Fiammetta Modena of The People of Freedom and Paola Binetti of the Union of the Centre.

Marini won by a landslide, retaining the region for the centre-left.

Results[edit]

Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Catiuscia Marini 257,458 57.24 6 13
Democratic Party 149,219 36.17 9
Italy of Values 34,393 8.34 1
Federation of the Left 28,331 6.87 2
Italian Socialist Party 17,167 4.16 1
Left Ecology Freedom 13,980 3.39 -
Fiammetta Modena 169,568 37.70 1 9
The People of Freedom 133,531 32.36 8
Lega Nord Umbria 17,887 4.34 1
Paola Binetti 22,756 5.06 1 -
Union of the Centre 18,072 4.38 -
Total 449,782 100.00 11 19

Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections