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. In grey the Regions where elections are yet to be held.

Regional elections in Italy will take place during 2020 in nine regions out of twenty. Elections took place in Emilia-Romagna and Calabria on 26 January, and will take place in Aosta Valley on 19 April, and in Campania, Liguria, Marche, Apulia, Tuscany, and Veneto likely on 31 May.[1]

Summary[edit]

Presidential elections[edit]

End of 2019
Current
Regions colored by the ruling coalition, before and after the 2020 elections
Region Election day Former president Party Elected president Party
Calabria 26 January Mario Oliverio Democratic Party Jole Santelli Forza Italia
Emilia-Romagna 26 January Stefano Bonaccini Democratic Party Stefano Bonaccini Democratic Party
Aosta Valley 19 April Renzo Testolin (acting) Valdostan Union TBD TBD
Apulia 31 May Michele Emiliano Democratic Party TBD TBD
Campania 31 May Vincenzo De Luca Democratic Party TBD TBD
Liguria 31 May Giovanni Toti Cambiamo! TBD TBD
Marche 31 May Luca Ceriscioli Democratic Party TBD TBD
Tuscany 31 May Enrico Rossi Democratic Party TBD TBD
Veneto 31 May Luca Zaia Lega Nord TBD TBD

Overall seats distribution[edit]

Party Votes Percent Seats
Democratic Party (PD) 868,225 29.52
28 / 290
Lega 786,264 26.74
18 / 290
Brothers of Italy (FdI) 270,303 9.19
7 / 290
Forza Italia (FI) 151,384 5.15
7 / 290
Five Star Movement (M5S) 151,379 5.15
2 / 290
Others 713,263 24.25
19 / 290
Total 2,940,818 100.00 290
Source: Ministry of the Interior

Regional results[edit]

Emilia-Romagna[edit]

Regional election 26 January 2020: Emilia-Romagna
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-left coalition Stefano Bonaccini (PD) 1,195,742 51.42 +2.37 29 –3
Centre-right coalition Lucia Borgonzoni (Lega) 1,014,672 43.63 +11.12 19 +7
Five Star Movement Simone Benini 80,823 3.48 –9.83 2 –3
Independent Domenico Battaglia (3V Movement) 10,979 0.47
Communist Party Laura Bergamini 10,269 0.44
Power to the People Marta Collot 7,029 0.30
The Other Europe Stefano Lugli 5,983 0.26 –3.74
Turnout 2,325,497 67.68 +29.92

Calabria[edit]

Regional election 26 January 2020: Calabria
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-right coalition Jole Santelli (FI) 449,705 55.29 +22.99 20 +9
Centre-left coalition Filippo Callipo (Independent) 245,154 30.14 –31.27 11 –9
Five Star Movement Francesco Aiello 59,796 7.35 +2.38
Independent Carlo Tansi (Treasure Calabria) 58,700 7.22
Turnout 813,355 44.33 +0.17

Aosta Valley[edit]

Apulia[edit]

Regional election 31 May 2020: Apulia
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-left coalition Michele Emiliano (PD)
Centre-right coalition Raffaele Fitto (FdI)
Five Star Movement Antonella Laricchia
Italian Liberal Party Michele Rapanà
Turnout

Campania[edit]

Regional election 31 May 2020: Campania
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-left coalition Vincenzo De Luca (PD)
Centre-right coalition Stefano Caldoro (FI)
Five Star Movement
Turnout

Liguria[edit]

Regional election 31 May 2020: Liguria
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-right coalition Giovanni Toti (C!)
Centre-left coalition
Turnout

Marche[edit]

Regional election 31 May 2020: Marche
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-left coalition Maurizio Mangialardi (PD)
Centre-right coalition Francesco Acquaroli (FdI)
Five Star Movement Gian Mario Mercorelli
Turnout

Tuscany[edit]

Regional election 31 May 2020: Tuscany
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-left coalition Eugenio Giani (PD)
Centre-right coalition Susanna Ceccardi (Lega)
Five Star Movement Irene Galletti
Communist Party Salvatore Catello
Turnout

Veneto[edit]

Regional election 31 May 2020: Veneto
List Candidates Votes % ±% Seats ±
Centre-right coalition Luca Zaia (Lega)
Centre-left coalition Arturo Lorenzoni (Independent)
Five Star Movement Enrico Cappelletti
Turnout

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Elezioni 2020 in Italia: dalle regionali in Emilia Romagna alle comunali | Sky TG24 | Sky TG24". tg24.sky.it (in Italian). 1 November 2019. Retrieved 3 November 2019.

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