Charente-Maritime's 3rd constituency

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3rd constituency of
Charente-Maritime
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French National Assembly
constituency
Incumbent deputy
 Jean-Philippe Ardouin
REM
DepartmentCharente-Maritime
CantonsAulnay, Burie, Loulay, Matha, Saintes-Est (part), Saintes-Nord, Saintes-Ouest, Saint-Hilaire-de-Villefranche, Saint-Jean-d'Angély, Saint-Savinien, Tonnay-Boutonne
Registered voters82,186
(2017)

The 3rd constituency of Charente-Maritime (French: Troisième circonscription de la Charente-Maritime) is one of five electoral districts in the department of the same name, each of which returns one deputy to the French National Assembly in elections using the two-round system, with a run-off if no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote in the first round.

Description[edit]

The constituency is made up of 10 whole cantons – those of Aulnay, Burie, Loulay, Matha, Saintes-Nord, Saintes-Ouest, Saint-Hilaire-de-Villefranche, Saint-Jean-d'Angély, Saint-Savinien, and Tonnay-Boutonne – plus the major part of the canton of Saintes-Est (all communes except those of Colombiers and La Jard).

At the time of the 1999 census (which was the basis for the most recent redrawing of constituency boundaries, carried out in 2010) the 3rd constituency had a total population of 100,186.

Deputies[edit]

Election Member Party
1958 André Brugerolle Allied CNIP
1962 André Brugerolle CD
1967 André Brugerolle CD
1968 André Brugerolle CD
1973 André Brugerolle CD
1978 Roland Beix PS
1981 Roland Beix PS
1986 Proportional representation – no election by constituency
1988 Roland Beix PS
1993 Xavier de Roux UDF
1997 Jean Rouger PS
2002 Xavier de Roux UMP
2007 Catherine Quéré PS
2012 Catherine Quéré PS
2017 Jean-Philippe Ardouin REM

Election results[edit]

2007[edit]

e • d Summary of the 10 June and 17 June 2007 French legislative election in Charante Maritime’s 3rd Constituency[1]
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Catherine Quere Socialist Party PS 15,446 31.99% 25,501 52.02%
Xavier de Roux Union for a Popular Movement UMP 19,037 39.43% 23,522 47.98%
Jean-Philippe Ardouin Democratic Movement MoDem 4,793 9.93%
Philippe Barotin Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions CPNT 1,525 3.16%
Yolande Bak Front National FN 1,489 3.08%
Michelle Carmouse Communist PCF 1,398 2.90%
Christian Couillaud The Greens VEC 1,320 2.73%
Nadège Edwards Far Left EXG 1,283 2.66%
Aline Mathieu Movement for France MPF 910 1.88%
David Leveque Independent DIV 463 0.96%
Khamssa Rahmani Far Left EXG 338 0.70%
Christine Tasin Miscellaneous Left DVG 276 0.57%
Total 48,278 100% 49,023 100%
Registered voters 79,765 79,763
Blank/Void ballots 956 1.94% 1,529 3.02%
Turnout 49,234 61.72% 50,552 63.38%
Abstentions 30,531 38.28% 29,211 36.62%
Result PS gain from UMP

2012[edit]

Results in the Charente-Maritime's five constituencies in 2012 : pale pink (Miscellaneous left), pink (PS), blue (UMP)
e • d Summary of the 10 June and 17 June 2012 French legislative election in Charante Maritime’s 3rd Constituency[2]
Candidate Party 1st round 2nd round
Votes % Votes %
Catherine Quere Socialist Party PS 20,403 43.96% 26,574 59.12%
Frédéric Neveu Union for a Popular Movement UMP 13,344 28.75% 18,373 40.88%
Agnès Kliewer Front National FN 5,444 11.73%
Michelle Carmouse Left Front FG 2,564 5.52%
Stéphane Trifiletti Europe Ecology – The Greens EELV 1,630 3.51%
Pierre Maudoux Centrist CEN 1,072 2.31%
Serge Maupouet Miscellaneous Left DVG 535 1.15%
Esther Willer Miscellaneous Right DVD 429 0.92%
Joëlle de Corte Ecologist ECO 373 0.80%
Hugues Auvray Miscellaneous Right DVD 366 0.79%
Alexandre Kikolski Far Left EXG 253 0.55%
Total 46,413 100% 44,947 100%
Registered voters 81,745 81,736
Blank/Void ballots 849 1.04% 1,560 1.91%
Turnout 47,262 57.82% 46,507 56.90%
Abstentions 34,483 42.18% 35,229 43.10%
Result PS HOLD

2017[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Jean-Philippe Ardouin REM 11,543 28.77 16,739 57.52
Frédéric Neveu LR 5,979 14.90 12,360 42.48
Rachel Cointet FN 5,717 14.25
Rémy Catrou FI 5,450 13.58
Françoise Mesnard PS 4,084 10.18
Julien Papineau DVG 3,307 8.24
Henriette Diadio-Dasylva UDI 876 2.18
Alain Georgeon DIV 583 1.45
Marie-France Moquet PCF 541 1.35
Joëlle de Corte ECO 372 0.93
Renée-Éliane Benchimol-Lauribe PRG 344 0.86
Jean-Louis Lavazec EXG 267 0.67
Patrick Chebroux DVD 222 0.55
Frédéric Sananes DVG 219 0.55
Éric Belleperche EXD 216 0.54
Alexandre Beauvais DVD 183 0.46
Isabelle Ninvirth DIV 178 0.44
Bernard Chrétien DVG 40 0.10
Votes 40,121 100.00 29,099 100.00
Valid votes 40,121 97.18 29,099 84.53
Blank votes 781 1.89 3,554 10.32
Null votes 384 0.93 1,771 5.14
Turnout 41,286 50.23 34,424 41.89
Abstentions 40,909 49.77 47,762 58.11
Registered voters 82,195 82,186
Source: Ministry of the Interior

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