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|Mayor of Beauvais|
|Assumed office |
18 March 2001
|Preceded by||Walter Amsallem|
|Member of the French Senate for Oise|
|Preceded by||Alain Vasselle|
|Succeeded by||Olivier Paccaud|
|Born||1 November 1948|
|Political party||Miscellaneous right|
The Republicans (2015-18)
She became Departmental President of the Rally for the Republic in 1998, after the incumbent, Jean-François Mancel was forced to resign for entering into an electoral and political alliance with the far-right FN.
She defeated the incumbent Socialist Mayor of Beauvais Walter Amsallem in the 2001 election and was re-elected with 58% in 2008 against Sylvie Houssin of the PS.
She was defeated as a RPR dissident candidate in the French legislative election, 2002 and as a candidate on the UMP list in the 2004 Senate election. She became regional councilor of Picardy in 2004, on the UMP-UDF list of Gilles de Robien.
In 2018 Cayeux made international news playing an April Fools' Day prank via social media, claiming that furniture giant Ikea would be bringing 4,000 new jobs to Beauvais; the prank was not well received across social media.
- The economist, Volume 391, Issues 8626-8637. Economist Newspaper Ltd. 2009. p. 28.
- . BBC. 3 April 2018 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-43626543. Retrieved 3 April 2018. Missing or empty
- . RT. 3 April 2018 https://www.rt.com/news/423009-ikea-april-fools-joke/. Retrieved 3 April 2018. Missing or empty