2024 legislative elections in Villeurbanne: Gabriel Amard well in the lead, the final results

2024 legislative elections in Villeurbanne: Gabriel Amard well in the lead, the final results
2024 legislative elections in Villeurbanne: Gabriel Amard well in the lead, the final results

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Théo Zuili

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Jul 1, 2024 at 8:38 a.m.

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This Sunday, June 30, 2024, the voters of Villeurbanne, in the 6th constituency of Rhône, made their choice between the eight candidates who hope to join the National Assembly after the second round of the legislative elections scheduled for July 7.

In the first round of these early legislative elections, it was Gabriel Amard et Jean-Paul Bret who qualify for the second round.

Gabriel Amard en ballotage favorable

Gabriel Amard, son-in-law of Jean-Luc Mélanchon and outgoing LFI deputy supported by the Popular Front, was elected in the second round in 2022 with 55.54% of the votes.

This Sunday, June 30, he was a candidate for re-election against notably Délia Agus (RN), Jean-Paul Bret (former mayor of Villeurbanne, various left-wing candidate) and Marc Fraysse, invested by Les Républicains. The former mayor entered into dissidence considering that LFI is too extremist and intended to bring down the outgoing deputy, very close to the LFI leader and ex-presidential candidate.

The results fell at the end of this first day of voting: the outgoing LFI deputy is far ahead and enters the second round with a very favorable vote. The second round will be a duel with the qualification of left-wing dissident ex-PS Jean-Paul Bret. Délia Agus (RN) came close to 19% but did not manage to pass the 12.5% ​​mark of those registered, causing her elimination in the first round.

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The complete results of each candidate in the 6th constituency of Rhône (Villeurbanne) can be found here ici.

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