Somme's 5th constituency

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5th constituency of Somme
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French National Assembly
constituency
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Somme's 5th Constituency shown within Picardie.
Deputy
 Stéphane Demilly
UDI
DepartmentSomme
CantonAcheux-en-Amiénois, Albert, Bray-sur-Somme, Chaulnes, Combles, Ham, Nesle, Péronne, Roisel, Rosières-en-Santerre, Roye
Voters81,979

The 5th constituency of Somme is a French legislative constituency in the Somme 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 5th constituency of the Somme covers the largely rural west of the department.

Unlike the other constituencies in Somme the 5th has remained solidly conservative throughout the Fifth Republic.

Historic representation[edit]

Election Member Party
1958 Émile Luciani UNR
1968 UDR
1973 André Audinot DVD
1986 Proportional representation – no election by constituency
1988 Gautier Audinot RPR
1997
2002 Stéphane Demilly UDF
2007 NC
2012
2017 UDI

Election results[edit]

2017[edit]

Legislative Election 2017: Somme's 5th Constituency 1st round
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UDI Stéphane Demilly 21,505 53.85 +9.14
FN Loïc Grimaux 8,487 21.25 +7.17
FI Olivier Spinelli 4,770 11.94 N/A
PCF Valérie Roussel 1,937 4.85 N/A
Independent Thierry Vindevogel 1,441 3.61 N/A
DLF Olga Sorokina-Dollé 620 1.55 N/A
Party of France Florence Perdu 472 1.18 +0.21
LO Régis Liévrard 439 1.10 +0.31
Independent David Makowski 263 0.66 N/A
Turnout 41,076 50.43 –12.44
UDI gain from NC Swing

2012[edit]

Legislative Election 2012: Somme's 5th Constituency 1st round
Party Candidate Votes % ±
NC Stéphane Demilly 22,744 44.71 –4.31
PS Valérie Kumm 17,061 33.54 +6.58
FN Wallerand de Saint-Just 7,161 14.08 +8.31
FG Christine Barbier 2,263 4.45 +1.83
EELV Élodie Héren 747 1.47 +0.17
Party of France Monique Chapel 494 0.97 N/A
LO Hélène Launay 401 0.79 –0.59
Turnout 51,551 62.87 –1.27
Legislative Election 2012: Somme's 5th Constituency 2nd round
Party Candidate Votes % ±
NC Stéphane Demilly 28,864 58.12 +2.65
PS Valérie Kumm 20,798 41.88 –2.65
Turnout 50,974 62.18 –2.27
NC hold Swing

2007[edit]

Legislative Election 2007: Somme's 5th Constituency 1st round
Party Candidate Votes % ±
NC Stéphane Demilly 20,357 49.02 N/A
PS Valérie Kumm 11,198 26.96 +6.79
FN Jean-Philippe Jardin 2,398 5.77 –7.86
MoDem Romain Cauët 1,687 4.06 N/A
PCF Olivier Chapuis-Roux 1,087 2.62 –2.44
CPNT Dominique Lefebvre 1,040 2.50 –4.37
Communists in Somme Angelo Ondicana 919 2.21 N/A
LCR Danièle Dollé 816 1.96 –0.45
LO Hélène Launay 575 1.38 –1.40
LV Philippe Bocquet 541 1.30 –1.02
MPF Jean-Louis Renard 508 1.22 N/A
MNR Claude Dauby 223 0.54 –0.42
France in Action Dominique Benoît 182 0.44 N/A
Turnout 42,369 64.14 –1.40
Legislative Election 2007: Somme's 5th Constituency 2nd round
Party Candidate Votes % ±
NC Stéphane Demilly 22,995 55.47 N/A
PS Valérie Kumm 18,459 44.53 +1.07
Turnout 42,568 64.45 +1.36
NC gain from UDF Swing

References[edit]

  • Official results of French elections from 2002: "Résultats électoraux officiels en France" (in French).
  • 2007 results: "SOMME (80) -- 5ème circonscription (résultats officiels)" (in French). Ministry of the Interior.
  • 2012 results: "ACCUEIL > SOMME (80) > 5èmecirconscription" (in French). Ministry of the Interior.
  • "Résultats électoraux officiels en France" (in French). 2017.