Ain's 1st constituency

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Ain's 1st constituency
Constituency
for the National Assembly
Première circonscription de l'Ain.svg
Boundary of Ain's 1st constituency in Ain
Ain-Position.svg
Location of Ain within France
DepartmentAin
RegionAuvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Population115,683 (2013)[1]
Electorate82,673 (2017)[2]
Current constituency
DeputyXavier Breton
Political party     LR
Parliamentary group     LR

Ain's 1st constituency is one of five French legislative constituencies in the department of Ain. It is currently represented by Xavier Breton of The Republicans (LR).

Historic representation[edit]

Legislature Start of mandate End of mandate Deputy Party
1st 9 December 1958 9 October 1962 Amédée Mercier SFIO
2nd 6 December 1962 2 April 1967 Paul Barberot MRP
3rd 3 April 1967 30 May 1968 CD
4th 11 July 1968 1 April 1973
5th 2 April 1973 2 April 1978 CDP
6th 3 April 1978 22 May 1981 Jacques Boyon RPR
7th 2 July 1981 1 April 1986 Louis Robin PS
8th 2 April 1986 14 May 1988 Proportional representation
9th 23 June 1988 1 April 1993 Jacques Boyon RPR
10th 2 April 1993 21 April 1997
11th 12 June 1997 18 June 2002 André Godin PS
12th 19 June 2002 19 June 2007 Jean-Michel Bertrand UMP
13th 20 June 2007 19 June 2012 Xavier Breton
14th 20 June 2012 20 June 2017
15th 21 June 2017 ongoing LR

Elections[edit]

2017[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Laurent Mallet MoDem 13,534 33.89 15,114 46.25
Xavier Breton LR 10,693 26.78 17,564 53.75
Jérôme Buisson FN 6,174 15.46
Fabrine Martin-Zemlik FI 3,874 9.70
Florence Blatrix-Contat PS 3,687 9.23
Jacques Fontaine PCF 656 1.64
Laurane Raimondo ECO 562 1.41
Maude Lépagnot EXG 293 0.73
Marie Carlier DIV 247 0.62
Gilbert Bonnot DIV 211 0.53
Votes 39,931 100.00 32,678 100.00
Valid votes 39,931 98.28 32,678 91.46
Blank votes 545 1.34 2,245 6.28
Null votes 155 0.38 805 2.25
Turnout 40,631 49.13 35,728 43.22
Abstentions 42,063 50.87 46,945 56.78
Registered voters 82,694 82,673
Source: Ministry of the Interior

2012[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Jean-François Debat PS 18,312 38.92 22,743 48.41
Xavier Breton UMP 17,716 37.65 24,233 51.59
Clément Perrin FN 7,290 15.49
Sébastien Boileau FG 1,520 3.23
Nadia Allouache EELV 1,161 2.47
Grégory Baudouin DVD 296 0.63
Muriel Van der Vossen ECO 226 0.48
Jacques Fléchon DVD 220 0.47
Carole Guénard-Gerbaud EXG 171 0.36
Maude Lépagnot EXG 141 0.30
Votes 47,053 100.00 46,976 100.00
Valid votes 47,053 99.00 46,976 98.07
Blank or null votes 476 1.00 924 1.93
Turnout 47,529 60.11 47,900 60.58
Abstentions 31,537 39.89 31,172 39.42
Registered voters 79,066 79,072
Source: Ministry of the Interior

2007[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Xavier Breton UMP 24,250 47.24 27,739 53.66
Jean-François Debat PS 16,415 31.98 23,953 46.34
Marc Pariot UDFMoDem 2,860 5.57
Marie-Lucienne Catherin FN 2,086 4.06
Monique Duthu LV 1,411 2.75
Carole Guénard-Gerbaud EXG 1,162 2.26
Jacques Fléchon MPF 1,078 2.10
Pierre Aviniere PCF 789 1.54
Bernard Favre ECO 530 1.03
Odile Huret DIV 448 0.87
Éric Lahy EXG 300 0.58
Votes 51,329 100.00 51,692 100.00
Valid votes 51,329 98.57 51,692 98.09
Blank or null votes 744 1.43 1,009 1.91
Turnout 52,073 60.12 52,701 60.85
Abstentions 34,540 39.88 33,907 39.15
Registered voters 86,613 86,608
Source: Ministry of the Interior

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Populations légales des circonscriptions législatives pour les élections de 2017". Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques. 1 December 2016. Retrieved 31 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Résultats des élections législatives 2017". Ministère de l'Intérieur. 18 June 2017. Retrieved 31 January 2018.

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