Aude's 3rd constituency

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3rd constituency of Aude
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French National Assembly
constituency
Deputy
 Mireille Robert
REM
DepartmentAude
CantonsAlaigne, Alzonne, Axat, Belcaire, Belpech, Castelnaudary-Nord, Castelnaudary-Sud, Chalabre, Couiza, Fanjeaux, Limoux, Montréal, Quillan, Saint-Hilaire, Saissac, Salles-sur-l'Hers
Registered voters88,637

The 3rd constituency of Aude is a French legislative constituency in the Aude département.

Description[edit]

It is located in the west of the Department running from north to south. It is mainly rural, but includes the towns of Castelnaudary and Limoux.

Deputies[edit]

Election Member Party
1988 Jacques Cambolive PS
1993 Daniel Arata RPR
1997 Jean-Paul Dupré PS
2002
2007
2012
2017 Mireille Robert REM

Election results[edit]

2007[edit]

e • d Summary of the 10 June and 17 June 2007 French legislative in Aude’s 3rd Constituency election results[1]
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Jean-Paul Dupre Socialist Party PS 20,666 41.86% 28,728 58.38%
Jean Salvignol Union for a Popular Movement UMP 16,330 33.08% 20,479 41.62%
René Caunes Democratic Movement MoDem 2,485 5.03%
Paule Mercier National Front FN 2,160 4.37%
Marie-Ange Larruy Communist COM 1,663 3.37%
Annabelle Pujol Far Left EXG 1,558 3.16%
Josiane Hograindleur The Greens VEC 1,242 2.52%
Jean-François Leclerc Movement for France MPF 808 1.64%
Patrice Mallet Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions CPNT 787 1.59%
Lucette Pinel Divers DIV 419 0.85%
Yvette Lestrade Ecologist ECO 402 0.81%
Dominique Galonnier Far Left EXG 350 0.71%
Erick Mercher Far Right EXD 308 0.62%
Jean-Jacques Rabineau Majorité Présidentielle 193 0.39%
Martin de Soos Miscellaneous Right DVD 1 0.00%
Total 49,372 100% 49,207 100%
Registered voters 74,191 74,180
Blank/Void ballots 1,135 2.25% 1,850 3.62%
Turnout 50,507 68.08% 51,057 68.83%
Abstentions 23,684 31.92% 23,123 31.17%
Result PS HOLD

2012[edit]

e • d Summary of the 10 June and 17 June 2012 French legislative in Aude’s 3rd Constituency election results[2]
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Jean-Paul Dupre Socialist Party PS 25,040 44.96% 32,520 62.95%
Emmanuel Bresson Union for a Popular Movement UMP 12,559 22.55% 19,141 37.05%
Marie-Josée Sutter National Front FN 8,758 15.72%
Marie-Angèle Larruy Left Front FG 4,512 8.10%
Lidwine Kempf Regionalist REG 1,417 2.54%
Jean-Pierre Quaglieri Miscellaneous Left DVG 1,407 2.53%
Jacques Cros Ecologist ECO 927 1.66%
André Arrans New Centre-Presidential Majority NCE 389 0.70%
Dominique Galonnier Far Left EXG 294 0.53%
Patrick Dhersin Ecologist ECO 212 0.38%
Maria Lesoeur Regionalist REG 181 0.32%
Total 55,696 100% 51,661 100%
Registered voters 87,604 87,655
Blank/Void ballots 1,090 1.92% 2,672 4.92%
Turnout 56,786 64.82% 54,333 61.99%
Abstentions 30,818 35.18% 33,322 38.01%
Result PS HOLD

2017[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Mireille Robert REM 14,223 29.20 19,605 53.10
André Viola PS 9,430 19.36 17,318 46.90
Christelle de L'Épinois FN 9,053 18.59
Manon Le Bretton FI 7,185 14.75
Catherine Vergé LR 5,197 10.67
Daniel Dédiès ECO 1,539 3.16
Jacques Cros ECO 1,145 2.35
Walter Lupano DIV 370 0.76
Dominique Galonnier EXG 305 0.63
Michel Martin EXG 144 0.30
Michel Fernandez DVG 100 0.21
Marie Reche DVD 15 0.03
Votes 48,706 100.00 36,923 100.00
Valid votes 48,706 96.97 36,923 83.74
Blank votes 1,055 2.10 4,751 10.77
Null votes 468 0.93 2,421 5.49
Turnout 50,229 56.66 44,095 49.75
Abstentions 38,422 43.34 44,542 50.25
Registered voters 88,651 88,637
Source: Ministry of the Interior

References[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • French Interior Ministry results website: "Résultats électoraux officiels en France" (in French).