2020 Italian regional elections

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2020 Italian regional elections

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Presidents and regional assemblies of Aosta Valley, Apulia, Calabria, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Liguria, Marche, Tuscany and Veneto

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Italian Regions by party of the ruling President after the elections.

The 2020 Italian regional elections took place in nine regions of Italy during 2020. Elections took place on 26 January 2020 in Emilia-Romagna and Calabria, and on 20 and 21 September in Aosta Valley, Campania, Liguria, Marche, Apulia, Tuscany, and Veneto. The September elections took place concurrently with the 2020 Italian constitutional referendum.

Overall results[edit]

Regional councils[edit]

End of 2019
End of 2020
Regions colored by the ruling coalition, before and after the 2020 elections
Party Votes Percent Seats
Democratic Party (PD) 2,518,668 21.01
92 / 302
League (Lega) 2,042,659 17.04
66 / 302
Brothers of Italy (FdI) 1,222,020 10.19
36 / 302
Five Star Movement (M5S) 815,002 6.08
19 / 302
Forza Italia (FI) 634,745 5.03
18 / 302
Others 4,753,934 40.65
131 / 302
Total 11,987,026 100.00 302 / 302
Source: Ministry of the Interior

Regional presidents[edit]

Election page Election day President before Party President after Party
Calabria 26 January Mario Oliverio Democratic Party Jole Santelli Forza Italia
Emilia-Romagna Stefano Bonaccini Democratic Party Stefano Bonaccini Democratic Party
Aosta Valley 20–21 September Renzo Testolin (acting) Valdostan Union Erik Lavévaz Valdostan Union
Apulia Michele Emiliano Democratic Party Michele Emiliano Democratic Party
Campania Vincenzo De Luca Democratic Party Vincenzo De Luca Democratic Party
Liguria Giovanni Toti Cambiamo! Giovanni Toti Cambiamo!
Marche Luca Ceriscioli Democratic Party Francesco Acquaroli Brothers of Italy
Tuscany Enrico Rossi Democratic Party Eugenio Giani Democratic Party
Veneto Luca Zaia League Luca Zaia League

Results by region[edit]

Calabria[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Jole Santelli FI 449,705 55.3 Centre-right 444,818 57.1 +25.0 pp[a] 20 +9
Filippo Callipo IRC 245,154 30.1 Centre-left 227,598 29.2 –32.5 pp 11 –9
Others 118.496 14.6 Others 106,186 13.7

Emilia-Romagna[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Stefano Bonaccini PD 1,195,742 51.4 Centre-left 1,040,482 48.1 –1.6 pp 29 –3
Lucia Borgonzoni Lega 1,014,672 43.6 Centre-right 981,787 45.4 +15.7 pp 19 +7
Simone Benini M5S 80,823 3.5 Five Star 102,595 4.7 –8.5 pp 2 –3
Others 34,260 1.5 Others 37,352 1.7

Aosta Valley[edit]

Apulia[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Michele Emiliano PD 871,028 46.8 Centre-left 759,732 45.3 –3.0 pp 28 –2
Raffaele Fitto FdI 724,928 38.9 Centre-right 694,536 41.4 +8.4 pp[b] 18 +5
Antonella Laricchia M5S 207,038 11.1 Five Star 175,140 10.5 –6.7 pp 5 –3
Others 59,029 3.2 Others 47,091 3.8

Campania[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Vincenzo De Luca PD 1,789,017 69.5 Centre-left 1,616,540 68.6 +28.3 pp 33 +2
Stefano Caldoro FI 464,921 18.1 Centre-right 450,856 19.1 –20.6 pp 11 –2
Valeria Ciarambino M5S 255,714 9.9 Five Star 233,974 9.9 –7.1 pp 7 ±0
Others 65,066 2.6 Others 56,240 2.4

Liguria[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Giovanni Toti C! 383,053 56.1 Centre-right 354,111 56.5 +18.8 pp 19 +3
Ferruccio Sansa Ind. 265,506 38.9 Centre-leftFive Star 242,652 38.7 –13.9 pp 12 –2
Others 33,931 5.0 Others 29,662 4.7

Marche[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Francesco Acquaroli FdI 361,186 49.1 Centre-right 325,140 52.2 +18.5 pp 20 +13
Maurizio Mangialardi PD 274,152 37.3 Centre-left 227,183 36.5 –7.1 pp 9 –10
Gian Mario Mercorelli M5S 63,355 8.6 Five Star 44,330 7.1 –11.8 pp 2 –3
Others 36,417 5.0 Others 26,301 4.2

Tuscany[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Eugenio Giani PD 864,310 48.6 Centre-left 764,123 47.1 +0.6 pp 25 ±0
Susanna Ceccardi Lega 719,266 40.5 Centre-right 659,058 40.6 +11.8 pp[c] 14 +5
Irene Galletti M5S 113,796 6.4 Five Star 113,836 7.0 –8.0 pp 2 –3
Others 80,437 4.5 Others 86,137 5.3 –2

Veneto[edit]

President Regional council
Candidate Party Votes % Alliance Votes % ± Seats ±
Luca Zaia Lega 1,883,959 76.8 Centre-right 1,582,405 77.0 +24.8 pp 41 +12
Arturo Lorenzoni Ind. 385,768 15.7 Centre-left 337,454 16.4 –7.0 pp 9 –3
Enrico Cappelletti M5S 79,662 3.3 Five Star 55,281 2.7 –7.7 pp 1 –4
Others 104,129 4.4 Others 80,033 3.9

References[edit]

  1. ^ Including both Ferro and D'Ascola coalitions' results in the 2014 Calabrian elections.
  2. ^ Including both Schittulli and Poli Bortone coalitions' results in the 2015 Apulian election.
  3. ^ Including both Borghi and Mugnai coalitions' results in the 2015 Tuscan election.