1970 Emilia-Romagna regional election

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The Emilia-Romagna regional election of 1970 took place on 7–8 June 1970.

The Italian Communist Party was by far the largest party and, after the election, Communist Guido Fanti formed a government with the support of the Italian Socialist Party.

Results[edit]

7 June 1970 Emilia-Romagna regional election results
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Parties Votes % Seats
Italian Communist Party 1,148,643 43.99 24
Christian Democracy 672,755 25.76 14
Italian Socialist Party 210,369 8.06 3
Unitary Socialist Party 195,925 7.50 3
Italian Republican Party 103,393 3.96 2
Italian Socialist Party of Proletarian Unity 99,993 3.83 2
Italian Liberal Party 97,662 3.74 1
Italian Social Movement 77,366 2.96 1
Italian Democratic Party of Monarchist Unity 5,069 0.19
Total 2,611,175 100.0 50
Invalid/blank votes 86,134
Registered voters 2,697,309 96.59
Source: Ministry of the Interior


Popular vote
PCI
43.99%
DC
25.76%
PSI
8.06%
PSDI
7.50%
PRI
3.96%
PSIUP
3.83%
PLI
3.74%
MSI
2.96%
PIDUM
0.19%