2024 legislative elections in Hauts-de-Seine: who are the officially nominated candidates?

2024 legislative elections in Hauts-de-Seine: who are the officially nominated candidates?
2024 legislative elections in Hauts-de-Seine: who are the officially nominated candidates?

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Thibault Nadal

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June 16, 2024 at 6:04 p.m.

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One of the last departments favorable to the presidential majority. It is in Hauts-de-Seine that Emmanuel Macron’s camp obtained its best results. To keep its seats, it will count on its agreement with Les Républicains and on the presence of many leading figures: Stéphane Séjourné, Maud Bregeon or Prime Minister Gabriel Attal. But watch out for the left who made a real breakthrough during the Europeans. The RN is starting from further away and should have difficulty obtaining its first seats in the department.

The legislative elections will be held Sundays June 30 and July 7. In the departement, 15 deputies are seeking a mandate in the National Assembly. Here is the partial list of candidates in your riding.

Candidates constituency by constituency

1st constituency (Colombes North-East, North-West, Gennevilliers and Villeneuve-la-Garenne) :

  • New Popular Front: Elsa Faucillon
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Fréderic Sarkis
  • National rally: Mariam Camara

2nd constituency (Asnières and Colombes-Sud) :

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  • New Popular Front: Francesca Pasquini
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Thomas Lam

3rd constituency (Bois-Colombes, La Garenne-Colombes and the eastern part of Courbevoie) :

  • New Popular Front: Isabelle Dahan
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Philippe Juvin

4th constituency (Nanterre and Suresnes) :

  • New Popular Front: Sabrina Sebaihi
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Isabelle de Crécy
  • National rally: Mélina Bravo

5th constituency (Clichy and Levallois-Perret) :

  • New Popular Front: Raphaël Pitti
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Céline Calvez
  • Union of Rights (National Rally + LR): Amélie Pinçon

6th constituency (Puteaux, Neuilly-sur-Seine and the western part of Courbevoie) :

  • New Popular Front: Sihame Muscianisi
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Constance Le Grip

7th constituency (Rueil-Malmaison, Garches and Saint-Cloud) :

  • New Popular Front: Lucas Peyret
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Pierre Cazeneuve
  • National gathering: Christine Pastor

8th constituency (Sèvres, Chaville, Marnes-la-Coquette, Vaucresson, Ville d’Avray and part of Meudon) :

  • New Popular Front: Salomé Nicolas
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Prisca Thévenot
  • National gathering: Delphine Veissière

9th constituency (Boulogne-Billancourt) :

  • New Popular Front: Pauline Rapilly-Ferniot
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Stéphane Séjourné
  • National gathering: Julia Carrasco

10th constituency (South of Boulogne-Billancourt, Vanves, Issy-les-Moulineaux and Meudon) :

  • New Popular Front: Cécile Soubelet
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Gabriel Attal
  • Dissident LR candidate: Clément Perrin
  • National gathering: Sébastien Laye

11th constituency (Bagneux, Malakoff and Montrouge) :

  • New Popular Front: Aurélien Saintoul
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Laurianne Rossi
  • National gathering: Juliette Chatelain

12th constituency (Le Plessis-Robinson, Châtillon, Fontenay-aux-Roses and Clamart) :

  • New Popular Front: Lounès Adjroud
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Jean-Didier Berger
  • National gathering: Christophe Versini

13th constituency (Antony, Bourg-la-Reine, Châtenay-Malabry and Sceaux) :

  • New Popular Front: Brice Gaillard
  • Together for the Republic (presidential majority) and the Republicans: Maud Bregeon
  • National gathering: Patrick Yvars

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