Indre-et-Loire's 2nd constituency

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2nd constituency of Indre-et-Loire
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French National Assembly
constituency
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Location of Indre-et-Loire in France
Deputy
 Daniel Labaronne
REM
DepartmentIndre-et-Loire

The 2nd constituency of Indre-et-Loire is one of five French legislative constituencies in the Indre-et-Loire département.

It consists of the following cantons; Amboise, Bléré, Château-Renault, Montlouis-sur-Loire, Tours Nord-Est, Vouvray.

Deputies[edit]

Election Member Party
1988 Bernard Debré[1]

[2]

RPR
1993
1997 Jean-Jacques Filleul[3] PS
2002 Claude Greff[4]

[5] [6]

UMP
2007
2012
2017 Daniel Labaronne[7] REM

Election Results[edit]

2017[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Daniel Labaronne REM 17,087 37.42 20,192 56.86
Claude Greff LR 9,663 21.16 15,321 43.14
Frédéric Nobileau FI 5,726 12.54
Stanislas de La Ruffie FN 4,187 9.17
Isabelle Gaudron PS 2,621 5.74
Éric Beaugendre ECO 1,815 3.98
Virginie Bergerard DLF 1,248 2.73
Marc Lelandais DVD 974 2.13
Fabien Coste PCF 785 1.72
Pierre Morin DVG 665 1.46
Catherine Rudeaut EXG 337 0.74
Valérie Lonjon DIV 266 0.58
Alexis Lamoureux PRG 204 0.45
Arthur Dufourg DVD 82 0.18
Votes 45,660 100.00 35,513 100.00
Valid votes 45,660 97.87 35,513 89.16
Blank votes 709 1.52 3,260 8.18
Null votes 287 0.62 1,059 2.66
Turnout 46,656 52.64 39,832 44.94
Abstentions 41,974 47.36 48,795 55.06
Registered voters 88,630 88,627
Source: Ministry of the Interior[7]

2012[edit]

2012 legislative election in Indre-Et-Loire's 2nd constituency [6]
Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Claude Greff UMP 18,921 37.60% 24,993 50.26%
Christophe Rossignol EELVPS 12,829 25.49% 24,732 49.74%
Isabelle Gaudron PS dissident 7,406 14.72%
Gilles Godefroy FN 5,982 11.89%
Michel Cosnier FG 3,225 6.41%
Gerard Guertin PRG 425 0.84%
Bernadette Lefort DLR 353 0.70%
Alexis Lamoureux 293 0.58%
Delphine Laubu NPA 243 0.48%
Catherine Rudeaut LO 237 0.47%
Alexis Deprau CNIP 187 0.37%
Paul Olivier POI 176 0.35%
Josette Constant AR 44 0.09%
Valid votes 50,321 98.54% 49,725 97.17%
Spoilt and null votes 748 1.46% 1,448 2.83%
Votes cast / turnout 51,069 60.50% 51,173 60.62%
Abstentions 33,345 39.50% 33,237 39.38%
Registered voters 84,414 100.00% 84,410 100.00%

References[edit]

  1. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste alphabétique des députés de la IXe législature 1988-1993 (groupe politique, département)" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 9th legislature 1988-1993 (with political group and department] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  2. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste alphabétique des députés de la Xe législature 1993-1997 (groupe politique, département)" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 10th legislature 1993-1997 (with political group and department] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  3. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste des députés par département de la XIe législature" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 11th legislature] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  4. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste des députés par département de la XIIe législature" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 12th legislature] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  5. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste des députés par département de la XIIIe législature" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 13th legislature] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  6. ^ a b "Résultats des élections législatives 2012" [Results of 2012 Legislative Election] (in French). Ministry of the Interior.
  7. ^ a b "Résultats des élections législatives 2017" [Results of 2017 Legislative Election] (in French). Ministry of the Interior.