2015 Umbrian regional election

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All 21 seats to the Regional Council of Umbria
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
Leader Catiuscia Marini Claudio Ricci Andrea Liberati
Party Democratic Party Independent Five Star Movement
Alliance Centre-left coalition Centre-right coalition
Last election 19 seats, 57.2% 10 seats, 37.7% new party
Seats won 13 6 2
Seat change Decrease 6 Decrease 4 new
Popular vote 159,869 146,752 53,458
Percentage 42.8% 39.3% 14.3%
Swing Decrease14.4% Increase1.6% new


President before election

Catiuscia Marini
Democratic Party

Elected President

Catiuscia Marini
Democratic Party

The Umbrian regional election of 2015 took place on 31 May 2015.[1]

Catiuscia Marini of the Democratic Party (PD) was narrowly re-elected President over the joint-centre-right candidate, Claudio Ricci. The PD was by far the largest party, while the Five Star Movement and Lega Nord Umbria had a breakthrough.

Results


31 May 2015 Umbrian regional election results
Candidates Votes % Seats Parties Votes % Seats
Catiuscia Marini 159,869 42.78 1 Democratic Party 125.777 35.76 11
Reformist Socialists 12.200 3.47 1
Left Ecology Freedom 9.010 2.56
Civic and Popular 5,172 1.47
Total 152,159 43.26 12
Claudio Ricci 146,752 39.27 1 Lega Nord Umbria 49,203 13.99 2
Forza Italia 30,017 8.53 1
Brothers of Italy 21,931 6.24 1
Ricci for President 15,784 4.49 1
Change in Umbria (incl. SC) 9,374 2.67
For Popular Umbria (incl. NCD, UdC) 9,285 2.64
Total 135.594 38.55 5
Andrea Liberati 53,458 14.31 1 Five Star Movement 51,203 14.56 1
Michele Vecchietti 5,858 1.57 Umbria for Another Europe (incl. PRC) 5,561 1.58
Simone Di Stefano 2,457 0.66 Sovereignty 2,343 0.67
Amato John De Paulis 2,155 0.58 Reformist Alternative 1,919 0.55
Aurelio Fabiani 1,820 0.49 Red House 1,662 0.47
Fulvio Carlo Maiorca 1,304 0.35 New Force 1,255 0.36
Blank and invalid votes 17,537 4.48
Total candidates 373,673 100.00 3 Total parties 351,696 100.00 18
Registered voters/turnout 705.819 55.43
Source: Ministry of the Interior – Results


See also

References

  1. ^ Alfano: la data delle regionali è il 31 Maggio La Repubblica, 24 March 2015 (in Italian)