Marche regional election, 2015
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The Marche regional election of 2015 took place on 31 May 2015.
Luca Ceriscioli of the Democratic Party (PD) was elected President by defeating a fractured field of opponents, notably including the incumbent President, Gian Mario Spacca, who had switched sides from the PD to a centre-right coalition led by Forza Italia.
|Candidates & parties||votes||votes (%)||seats|
|United for Marche (incl. PSI, FdV, IdV, SC)||26,677||5.03||2|
|Marche Populars–UdC (incl. CD, Demo.S)||18,109||3.41||1|
|Five Star Movement||100,202||18.89||5|
|Lega Nord Marche||69,065||13.02||3|
|Brothers of Italy||34,538||6.51||1|
|Gian Mario Spacca||86,848||14.21||–|
|Marche 2020–Popular Area||21,049||3.97||1|
|Other Marche–United Left (incl. SEL, PRC, PCd'I)||20,266||3.82||-|
Source: Marche Region
- Alfano: la data delle regionali è il 31 Maggio La Repubblica, 24 March 2015 (in Italian)