Seine-Maritime's 9th constituency

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9th constituency of Seine-Maritime
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French National Assembly
constituency
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Seine-Maritime's 9th Constituency shown within Seine-Maritime.
Deputy
 Stéphanie Kerbarh [1]
LREM
DepartmentSeine-Maritime
CantonsBolbec, Criquetot-l'Esneval, Fauville-en-Caux, Fécamp, Goderville, Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc, Valmont
Registered voters93669 [2]

The 9th constituency of the Seine-Maritime (French: Neuvième circonscription de la Seine-Maritime) is a French legislative constituency in the Seine-Maritime département. Like the other 576 French constituencies, it elects one MP using the two-round system, with a run-off if no candidate receives over 50% of the vote in the first round.

Description[edit]

The 9th Constituency of the Seine-Maritime includes the coast and some inland areas to the north and east of Le Havre. At the northern end of the constituency is the fishing port of Fécamp.

The seat has swung between left and right since 1988 broadly in line with the national picture. In 2017 keeping with this pattern the constituency elected the candidate of Emmanuel Macron's En Marche! party.

Assembly Members[edit]

Election Member Party
1988 Frédérique Bredin PS
1993 Charles Revet UDF
1997 Frédérique Bredin PS
2002 Daniel Fidelin UMP
2012 Estelle Grelier PS
2017 Stéphanie Kerbarh LREM

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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.