Ligurian regional election, 2010
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The Ligurian regional election of 2010 will take place on 28–29 March 2010.
The incumbent President Claudio Burlando of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) faced Sandro Biasotti, backed by The People of Freedom (PdL) and Lega Nord Liguria. Biasotti was President of the Region from 2000 to 2005, when he was defeated by Burlando. The Union of the Centre (UdC), a traditionally centre-right political force, supported the centre-left candidate Burlando.
Burlando secured a second consecutive term, but the PdL came out as the largest party in the region.
|Candidates & parties||votes||votes (%)||seats
|Italy of Values||63,028||8.45||→||3|
|Union of the Centre||29,335||3.93||→||1|
|Federation of the Left||29,148||3.91||→||1|
|We with Burlando||27,607||3.70||→||1|
|Left Ecology Freedom||18,418||2.47||→||1|
|Federation of the Greens||8,624||1.16||→||1|
|The People of Freedom||218,398||29.27||→||10|
|Lega Nord Liguria||76,265||10.22||→||3|
|People of Italy||5,398||0.72||→||-|
|New Italian Socialist Party||2,076||0.28||→||-|