2010 Ligurian regional election

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Leader Claudio Burlando Sandro Biasotti
Party Democratic Party People of Freedom
Alliance Centre-left coalition Centre-right coalition
Seats won 25 15
Seat change Decrease 1 Increase 1
Popular vote 424,044 389,132
Percentage 52.15% 47.85%
Swing Decrease 0.49% Increase 1.27%

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President before election

Claudio Burlando
PD

Subsequent President

Claudio Burlando
PD

The Ligurian regional election of 2010 took 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 Northern League Liguria.[1] 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.

Results

28–29 March 2010 Apulian regional election results
Candidates Votes % Seats Parties Votes % Seats
Claudio Burlando 424,044 52.15 8 Democratic Party 211,500 28.35 10
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
Us with Burlando 27,607 3.70 1
Left Ecology Freedom 18,418 2.47 1
Federation of the Greens 8,624 1.16 1
Bertone ListDemocratic Alliance 5,723 0.77
Total 393,383 52.73 17
Sandro Biasotti 389,132 47.85 1 The People of Freedom 218,398 31.10 10
Northern League Liguria 76,265 10.22 3
Civic Lists for Biasotti for President 45,261 6.07 1
People of Italy 5,398 0.72
The Right 2,688 0.36
Pensioners' Party 2,566 0.34
New Italian Socialist Party 2,076 0.28
Total 352,652 47.27 14
Total candidates 813,176 100.00 9 Total parties 746,035 100.00 31
Source: Ministry of the Interior
Popular vote
PdL
31.10%
PD
28.35%
Lega
10.22%
IdV
8.59%
Biasotti
6.07%
UdC
3.93%
FdS
3.91%
Burlando
3.70%
SEL
2.47%
FdV
1.16%
Others
2.47%
President
Burlando
52.15%
Biasotti
47.85%
Seats summary
Centre-left
80.65%
Centre-right
19.35%

Results by province and capital city

References