for the outgoing MP Matthias Tavel (NFP), “every vote will count”

for the outgoing MP Matthias Tavel (NFP), “every vote will count”
for the outgoing MP Matthias Tavel (NFP), “every vote will count”

With nearly 31% of the votes gathered under the banner of the New Popular Front (NFP), the result in the first round of the outgoing MP Matthias Tavel (LFI) resonates with the one he obtained in 2022 at the same stage of the legislative elections (32.04%). At the time, coming in third place behind Audrey Dufeu (LREM), the candidate of the National Rally, Gauthier Bouchet, had only collected 15.37%. Now, the leader of the National Rally in the department is hot on the heels of the only left-wing candidate still in the running with a gap of only 1,250 votes.

Voters in Saint-Nazaire and Savenay, the two main communes in the five cantons of the constituency, placed candidate Tavel in the lead, but according to him, nothing is a foregone conclusion. “I don’t read coffee grounds. But it will be necessary to confirm and convince Xavier Perrin’s voters (Editor’s note: the Miscellaneous Left candidate announced his support for him) and Audrey Dufeu next Sunday, because no one owns the voices”he announces cautiously because, behind, several municipalities which have around 5 to 6,000 registered voters (Donges, Trignac and Montoir-de-Bretagne) have, themselves, voted for the far-right candidate.

“It’s not a surprise because the RN was already strong there. I came to apply in 2022 with the ambition to fight for maritime and industrial issues. Tomorrow, if the RN came to power, it would mean the closure of offshore wind production sites and serious difficulties at the shipyards. » For Matthias Tavel, the RN threat on the territory, “More than 1,000 employees would find themselves unemployed”.

As for the retention of the presidential majority candidate, Matthias Tavel considers it surprising. “Audrey Dufeu takes her responsibilities. Every voice will count.”

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