Loire's 4th constituency

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4th constituency of Loire
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French National Assembly
constituency
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Loire's's 4th Constituency shown within Loire.
Deputy
 Dino Cinieri[1]
LR
DepartmentLoire
CantonBourg-Argental, Le Chambon-Feugerolles, Firminy, Pélussin, Saint-Genest-Malifaux, Saint-Bonnet-le-Château, Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert, Saint-Jean-Soleymieux
Voters101108[2]

The 4th constituency of the Loire (French: Quatrième circonscription de la Loire) is a French legislative constituency in the Loire département. Like the other 576 French constituencies, it elects one MP using the first past the post election system with a run-off.

Description[edit]

The 4th constituency of the Loire lies to the south of Saint-Etienne in the south of the department.

The seat has generally favoured candidates from the centre-right however in both 1988 and 1997 the voters opted for a Communist Party deputy. Since 2002 the seat has reliably conservative although incumbent Dino Cinieri held on by only 99 votes in 2017.

Assembly members[edit]

Election Member Party
1988 Théo Vial-Massat PCF
1993 Daniel Mandon UDF
1997 Bernard Outin PCF
2002 Dino Cinieri UMP
2015 LR

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Election results[edit]

2017[edit]

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
David Kauffer REM 14,880 30.44 18,940 49.87
Dino Cinieri LR 11,199 22.91 19,039 50.13
Raphaëlle Jeanson FN 7,835 16.03
Léo Chavas FI 5,206 10.65
Christophe Faverjon PCF 5,108 10.45
Olivier Joly DVD 2,431 4.97
Gérard Guillaumin ECO 1,005 2.06
Patrick Mignon DLF 638 1.31
Françoise Leclet EXG 386 0.79
Jean-Christophe Debens DIV 193 0.39
Pascal Thomas ECO 0 0.00
François Shematsi EXD 0 0.00
Votes 48,881 100.00 37,979 100.00
Valid votes 48,881 98.47 37,979 89.51
Blank votes 556 1.12 3,306 7.79
Null votes 203 0.41 1,145 2.70
Turnout 49,640 49.10 42,430 41.97
Abstentions 51,460 50.90 58,678 58.03
Registered voters 101,100 101,108
Source: Ministry of the Interior[3]

2012[edit]

2012 legislative election in Loire's 4th constituency[4]
Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Dino Cinieri UMP 19,227 33.08% 24,528 41.96%
Léla Bencharif EELV 12,979 22.33% 23,195 39.68%
Robert Heyraud FN 12,405 21.35% 10,731 18.36%
Christophe Faverjon FG 9,982 17.18%
Jean-Claude Reymond PRG 1,566 2.69%
Jacques Berlioz DLR 1,001 1.72%
Odile Cote LO 430 0.74%
Pascal-Simon Thomas-Bonnard AEI 406 0.70%
Thierry Peyron 117 0.20%
Michèle Perez MoDem dissident 2 0.00%
Valid votes 58,115 98.56% 58,454 98.18%
Spoilt and null votes 847 1.44% 1,081 1.82%
Votes cast / turnout 58,962 59.48% 59,535 60.07%
Abstentions 40,161 40.52% 39,574 39.93%
Registered voters 99,123 100.00% 99,109 100.00%


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "577 Députés – Assemblée nationale". www2.assemblee-nationale.fr.
  2. ^ "Les résultats aux élections législatives de 2017 – Assemblée nationale". www2.assemblee-nationale.fr.
  3. ^ "Résultats des élections législatives 2017" [Results of 2017 Legislative Election] (in French). Ministry of the Interior.
  4. ^ "Résultats des élections législatives 2012" [Results of 2012 Legislative Election] (in French). Ministry of the Interior.