Alpes-Maritimes's 1st constituency

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1st constituency of Alpes Maritimes
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French National Assembly
constituency
Deputy
 Éric Ciotti
LR
DepartmentAlpes Maritimes
CantonNice-1, Nice-2, Nice-3, Nice-12

The 1st constituency of the Alpes Maritimes is a French legislative constituency in the Alpes Maritimes département. It covers the centre-east of the city of Nice, and had 90,656 inhabitants at the last count.

Historical Representation[edit]

Election Member Party
1988 Charles Ehrmann UDF
2002 Jérôme Rivière UMP
2007 Éric Ciotti UMP
2012
2017 LR

Election results[edit]

2007[edit]

e • d Summary of the 10 June and 17 June 2007 French legislative in Alpes-Maritimes' 1st Constituency election results[1]
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Eric Ciotti Union for a Popular Movement UMP 15,017 44.56% 18,365 60.92%
Patrick Allemand Socialist Party PS 7,870 23.35% 11,780 39.08%
Jérôme Riviere Miscellaneous Right DVD 3,315 9.84%
Rémy Francois National Front FN 1,977 5.87%
Hervé Cael Democratic Movement MoDem 1,530 4.54%
Robert Injey Communist COM 1,062 3.15%
Philippe Vardon Far Right EXD 773 2.29%
Mounia Ferriere The Greens VEC 474 1.41%
Michel Francois Ecologist ECO 404 1.20%
Danielle Lisbona Miscellaneous Right DVD 332 0.99%
Christophe Ricerchi Far Left EXG 292 0.87%
Ambre Gomez Far Left EXG 265 0.79%
Jean-Marc Governatori Divers DIV 248 0.74%
Agnès Benkemoun Far Left EXG 142 0.42%
Total 33,701 100% 30,145 100%
Registered voters 58,304 58,292
Blank/Void ballots 386 1.13% 797 2.58%
Turnout 34,087 58.46% 30,942 53.08%
Abstentions 24,217 41.54% 27,350 46.92%
Result UMP HOLD

2012[edit]

e • d Summary of the 10 June and 17 June 2012 French legislative in Alpes-Maritimes's 1st Constituency election results
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Eric Ciotti Union for a Popular Movement UMP 19,971 43.89% 25,473 60.73%
Patrick Allemand Socialist Party PS 13,048 28.68% 16,473 39.27%
Jacques Peyrat Other far-right EXD 7,351 16.16%
Robert Injey Left Front FG 2,083 4.58%
Christian Razeau Centre for France MoDem 649 1.43%
Pierre Argentieri Miscellaneous Right DVD 503 1.11%
Maryse Ullmann Ecologist ECO 498 1.09%
Jean-Marc Governatori Ecologist ECO 324 0.71%
Loïc Fortuit Far Left EXG 303 0.67%
Jean-Paul Belhadi Miscellaneous right DVD 239 0.53%
Michel Cotta Other far-right EXD 214 0.47%
Christophe Ricerchi Far Left EXG 135 0.30%
Agnès Benkemoun Far Left EXG 86 0.19%
Alix Horsch Filippi Regionalist REG 82 0.18%
Jean-Pierre Gastaud Other AUT 16 0.04%
Total 45,502 100% 41,946 100%
Registered voters 82,287 82,287
Blank/Void ballots 509 1.24% 1,368 2.49%
Turnout 46,011 55.92% 43,314 52.64%
Abstentions 36,276 44.08% 38,973 47.36%
Result UMP HOLD

2017[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Éric Ciotti LR 13,630 35.00 19,888 56.21
Caroline Reverso-Meinietti REM 12,599 32.35 15,493 43.79
Jean-Pierre Daugreilh FN 4,865 12.49
Robert Injey FI 4,116 10.57
Yann Librati PS 1,229 3.16
Christian Razeau ECO 912 2.34
Moussa Ba ECO 388 1.00
Thomas Calvifiori DLF 300 0.77
Sophie Taam DIV 217 0.56
Éric Boizet DIV 216 0.55
Agnès Benkemoun EXG 200 0.51
Michel Cotta DVD 197 0.51
Diane Médus DVG 75 0.19
Votes 38,944 100.00 35,381 100.00
Valid votes 38,944 98.75 35,381 94.89
Blank votes 320 0.81 1,324 3.55
Null votes 173 0.44 581 1.56
Turnout 39,437 49.01 37,286 46.34
Abstentions 41,029 50.99 43,183 53.66
Registered voters 80,466 80,469
Source: Ministry of the Interior

Sources[edit]

  • Official results of French elections from 1998: "Résultats électoraux officiels en France" (in French). Archived from the original on 2011-12-20.