All 51 seats to the Regional Council of Piedmont
|Turnout||66.44% ( 2.11%)|
The Piedmontese regional election of 2014 took place on 25 May 2014.
It was a snap election, prompted by the dissolution of the Regional Council by the Regional Administrative Tribunal on the grounds that one of the lists supporting Roberto Cota (Northern League) in the 2010 regional election (which saw Cota narrowly defeating Mercedes Bresso, the incumbent Democratic President) had committed irregularities in filing the slates for the election.
In 2014 Cota chose not to stand again for President and the parties composing his coalition failed to agree on a single candidate, resulting in a landslide victory for Sergio Chiamparino, a Democrat who had been Mayor of Turin from 2001 to 2011.
|Chiamparino for President||94,615||4.85||2|
|Left Ecology Freedom||40,873||2.09||1|
|Italy of Values||13,658||0.70||–|
|Northern League Piedmont||141,741||7.27||2|
|Civic List for Piedmont||8,853||0.45||–|
|United Right (incl. The Right, FLI, Social Right)||5,004||0.25||–|
|Davide Bono||481,453||21.45||–||Five Star Movement||396,295||20.34||8|
|Guido Crosetto||117,807||5.24||–||Brothers of Italy||72,776||3.73||1|
|Enrico Costa||67,025||2.98||–||New Centre-Right – UDC||49,059||2.51||–|
|Mauro Filingeri||25,193||1.12||–||The Other Piedmont to the Left||19,467||0.99||–|
|Total candidates||2,244,502||100.00||12||Total parties||1,947,787||100.00||39|
|Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections|