Legislative elections 2024: the results of the 1st round in Tarn

Legislative elections 2024: the results of the 1st round in Tarn
Legislative elections 2024: the results of the 1st round in Tarn

More than 300,000 voters were called to the polls in Tarn this Sunday, June 30 for the first round of legislative elections anticipated 2024, after the announcement of the dissolution of the National Assembly by Emmanuel Macron on the evening of the European elections. The second round will take place next Sunday, July 7.

On a national level, the RN and its allies came first of the first round of the legislative elections this Sunday, with 33.15% of the votes. The New Popular Front is in second position, at 27.99%. The presidential majority received 20.04% of the votes.

The French moved en masse for the first round of these historic elections, with a national participation rate of 66.71%much higher than the 47.51% in 2022. Participation is also very sharply increasing in Tarn, second department of France where the most people voted.

The results of the 1st round in Tarn

  • 1st district : Frédéric CABROLIER (RN): 39.53%; Philippe BONNECARRERE (Together): 29.52%; Margot LAPEYRE (NFP): 28.37%
  • 2nd constituency : Julien BACOU (RN): 37.94%; Karen ERODI (NFP): 31.63%; Pierre VERDIER (Together): 21.7%
  • 3rd constituency : Guilhem CARAYON (LR-RN): 43.51%; Jean TERLIER (Together) 28.6%; Julien LASSALLE (NFP): 25.39%

Type it name of your municipality in the module below to find out the result of this first round of legislative elections in your area.

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Find in the module below the result of this first round of legislative elections in the departmental constituencies upon their official validation.

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The results map

The constituencies are displayed as the results are validated by the Ministry of the Interior.

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Reminder of voting rules

During legislative elections, deputies are elected by two-round majority voteAn absolute majority of votes cast and a number of votes equal to a quarter of registered voters are required to be elected as a deputy in the first round.

To be able to stand in the second round, a candidate must have obtained a number of votes at least equal to 12.5% ​​of the number of registered voters in his constituency. If only one candidate succeeds, the candidate who came second in terms of number of votes can also remain. If no candidate reaches 12.5% ​​of the number of registered voters, only the two candidates who come first can remain in the second round.

To be elected deputy in the second round, the relative majority of votes is sufficient. The oldest candidate is elected in the event of a tie.

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