for the second round, discover the list in each constituency

for the second round, discover the list in each constituency
for the second round, discover the list in each constituency

They had until Tuesday evening, July 2 to submit their candidacy. A brief overview of the candidates in the running for the second round of the legislative elections in the constituencies of Puy-de-Dôme.

The deadline for submitting applications for the second round of the legislative elections was set for Tuesday, July 2, 6 p.m. Three duels and two triangular contests await voters in the five constituencies of Puy-de-Dôme for the second round of the legislative elections, Sunday, July 7. One candidate ultimately withdrew. There are 12 in the running. Discover the list of candidates in each of the constituencies of Puy-de-Dôme.

Marianne Maximi (La France insoumise) is the outgoing MP for this constituency. A three-way race is taking place in this constituency.

Here is the list of candidates declared for this second round:

  • Marianne Maximi (LFI / New Popular Front) – 38.1% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 24.9% of registered voters).
  • Louis Clément (National Rally) – 27.5% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 17.9% of registered voters).
  • Hervé Prononce (Horizons / Ensemble) – 24.1% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 15.7% of registered voters).

The cantons of this constituency are: Clermont-Ferrand Centre, Clermont-Ferrand East, Clermont-Ferrand North, Clermont-Ferrand North-West, Clermont-Ferrand South, Cournon-d’Auvergne, Gerzat, Montferrand.

Christine Pirès Beaune (Socialist Party) is the outgoing MP for this constituency.

Here is the list of candidates declared for this second round:

  • Christine Pirès Beaune (PS / New Popular Front) – 36.2% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 25.7% of registered voters).
  • Isabelle Dupré (National Rally) – 34.3% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 24.4% of registered voters).

The cantons of this constituency are: Aigueperse, Bourg-Lastic, Combronde, Herment, Manzat, Menat, Montaigut, Pionsat, Pontaumur, Pontgibaud, Randan, Riom East, Riom West, Saint-Gervais-d’Auvergne.

Laurence Vichnievsky (Modem) is the outgoing MP for this constituency. A three-way race is taking place in this constituency.

Here is the list of candidates declared for this second round:

  • Nicolas Bonnet (The Ecologists / New Popular Front) – 31.7% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 22.7% of registered voters).
  • Laurence Vichnievsky (Modem / Ensemble) – 26.0% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 18.6% of registered voters).
  • Nadine Pers (National Rally) – 25.9% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 18.6% of registered voters).

The cantons of this constituency are: Ardes, Beaumont, Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise, Chamalières, Champeix, Clermont-Ferrand West, Clermont-Ferrand South-West, Rochefort-Montagne, Royat, Saint-Amant-Tallande, Tauves, La Tour-d’Auvergne.

Delphine Lingemann (Modem) is the outgoing MP for this constituency.

Here is the list of candidates declared for this second round:

  • Benjamin Chalus (National Rally) – 31.6% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 21.9% of registered voters).
  • Delphine Lingemann (Modem / Ensemble) – 27.4% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 18.9% of registered voters).

The cantons of this constituency are: Aubière, Clermont-Ferrand South-East, Issoire, Jumeaux, Saint-Germain-Lembron, Sauxillanges, Vertaizon, Veyre-Monton, Vic-le-Comte. Municipality of Pérignat-sur-Allier

André Chassaigne (French Communist Party) is the outgoing MP for this constituency.

Here is the list of candidates declared for this second round:

  • André Chassaigne (PCF / New Popular Front) – 37.8% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 25.8% of registered voters).
  • Brigitte Carletto (National Rally) – 37.0% of the votes in the first round (i.e. 25.3% of registered voters).

The cantons of this constituency are: Ambert, Arlanc, Billom (less the commune of Pérignat-sur-Allier), Châteldon, Courpière, Cunlhat, Ennezat, Lezoux, Maringues, Olliergues, Pont-du-Château, Saint-Amant-Roche-Savine, Saint-Anthème, Saint-Germain-l’Herm, Saint-Dier-d’Auvergne, Saint-Rémy-sur-Durolle, Thiers, Viverols.

Find all the candidates running for the second round of legislative elections in Auvergne using our map:

The second round of legislative elections will take place this Sunday, July 7.

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