2024 Legislative Elections: Here are the results of the second round in Bordeaux and Gironde

2024 Legislative Elections: Here are the results of the second round in Bordeaux and Gironde
2024 Legislative Elections: Here are the results of the second round in Bordeaux and Gironde


Anaelle Montagne

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Jul 7, 2024 at 4:12 PM
; updated on July 7, 2024 at 11:58 p.m.

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The second round of early legislative elections took place this Sunday, July 7, 2024, barely a month after the dissolution of the National Assembly.

Thanks to our live feed, find all the results in the 11 constituencies concerned in Gironde (as a reminder, in Blayais, the RN MP Edwige Diaz has been re-elected from the first round with 53.33% of the votes).

11:45 p.m.: end of our live broadcast

Thank you for following this election night on - Bordeaux. Find all the national results on the website of-.fr.

11:20 p.m.: the right maintains its seat in the 1time constituency, Thomas Cazenave elected

The Minister Delegate for Public Accounts, Thomas Cazenave, has just been elected as a member of parliament for the first constituency of Gironde (north of Bordeaux and Bouscat). As a reminder, this constituency was the only one to have placed a Macronist candidate in the lead in the first round.

He was finally elected in the second round against Céline Papin, the NFP candidate who the mayor of Bordeaux had supported.

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While the first results announced this victory, Pierre Hurmic assured that if Thomas Cazenave achieved these scores, it is also “because he is the sole candidate of the right (LR and Macron)” – and that he “chose the most right-wing constituency”. He added: “To win without peril is to triumph without glory”.

11:00 p.m.: in the 2nd constituency (Bordeaux center) Nicolas Thierry re-elected

Voters in central Bordeaux re-elected the outgoing NFP MP Nicolas Thierry with 59.01% of the vote. Facing him, Véronique Juramy collected 40.99% of the vote.

As a reminder, this constituency was the only one in Gironde where an RN candidate had not qualified for the second round. Nicolas Thierry had already come out on top with 49.45% of the votes, ahead of Véronique Juramy (29%).

10:50 p.m.: Marie Récalde (NFP) elected in Mérignac, in the 6th constituency

In the sixth constituency, NFP candidate Marie Récalde was elected with 39.78% of the votes, or 31,079 votes. Behind her, Éric Pouillat (Presidential Majority) collected 32.58% of the votes and Jimmy Bourlieux (RN), 27.64%.

10:40 p.m.: in the Médoc (5th constituency), Grégoire De Fournas beaten by Pascale Got (NFP)

While he came out on top in the first round of the legislative elections in the Médoc, the RN candidate Grégoire De Fournas was ultimately not re-elected.

Pascale Got took back the constituency from the National Rally with 50.66% of the vote (40,443 votes). One point separates her from the scores of the RN candidate, who received 49.34% of the vote, or 39,385 votes. As a reminder, in 2022 he became one of the first RN deputies in the department – ​​with Edwige Diaz.

10:30 p.m.: Alain David (NFP) wins in the 4th constituency (Cenon, Floirac, Lormont, Carbon-Blanc)

Already placed in the lead on June 30, Outgoing socialist MP Alain David has been re-elected with 60.38% of the votes in the fourth constituency, or 32,221 votes. This is twenty points more than the RN candidate Julie Rechagneux, who obtained 39.62% of the votes, or 21,144 votes.

10:15 p.m.: Loïc Prud’homme wins in the 3th constituency (Bordeaux south, Bègles, Talence, Villenave-d’Ornon)

After being placed in the lead in the first round, Loïc Prud’homme (NFP) wins the second round with 48.26% of the vote. The details :

Loïc Prud’homme (NFP) 48.26%, 15,627 votes
Ariane Ary (Together!), 29.62%, 9,592 votes
Maryvonne Bastères (National Rally), 22.12%, 7,162 votes

10 p.m.: The Mayor of Bordeaux reacts

At the national level, the New Popular Front came out on top in these legislative elections. The mayor of Bordeaux, Pierre Hurmic, assures that through this vote, the French people “have clearly indicated that they want to punish Macronie, or perhaps the late Macronie.”

According to him, for the RN as for Emmanuel Macron’s camp, “It’s more than a defeat: it’s the Berezina.”

However, he does not wish to “be satisfied with this type of comment” because “the left now has the historic responsibility (…) to propose a coherent, clear governance, far from the noise and the fury (…) and which resolutely turns its back on what the policy of the last five years has been.”

9:50 p.m.: Florent Boudié (Ensemble) re-elected in Libournais, channel 10th constituency

While the RN candidate was in the lead in the first round of the legislative elections in Libournais, the outgoing deputy of the presidential majority Florant Boudié has finally been re-elected with 52.17% of the votes. Sandrine Chardoune obtained 47.83% of the votes.

9:40 p.m.: Sébastien Saint-Pasteur (NFP) wins in the 7th constituency (Pessac and Gradignan)

In the constituency of Pessac and Gradignan, NFP candidate Sébastien Saint-Pasteur won with 43.82% of the vote in a three-way election. Behind him, the outgoing MP Bérengère Couillard (Ensemble) obtained 33.85% of the vote and the young RN candidate Clémence Naveys-Dumas, 22.33% of the vote. The constituency therefore returns to the hands of the left.

9:30 p.m.: Sophie Panonacle (Ensemble) is re-elected on the Arcachon basin, the 8th constituency

In the constituency of Arcachon, Audenge and La Teste, while the RN deputy Laurent Lamara came out on top in the first round of the legislative elections, Macronist MP Sophie Panonacle has finally been elected with 56.41% of the votes. The RN deputy obtained 43.67% of the votes.

In the first round, Mylène Faure (NFP) withdrew to avoid a three-way election and block the RN.

9 p.m.: Philippe Poutou beaten by the RN in Aude

Bordeaux elected official Philippe Poutou, parachuted into Aude, was beaten by RN candidate Christophe Barthès. The latter won with 62.53% of the vote, while Philippe Poutou only received 37.47%.

8:45 p.m.: Mathilde Feld (NFP) and Sophie Mette (Ensemble) elected as deputies of the 12th and the 9th constituency

In the 12th constituencyEntre-deux-Mers Mathilde Feld (NFP) won with 50.41% of the vote against RN candidate Rémy Berthonneau.

In the 9th constituencyMacronist MP Sophie Mette retains her seat after receiving 56.99% of the votes against RN candidate François-Xavier Marques, who obtained 43.01% of the votes.

8:05 p.m.: the first results in South Gironde and Arcachon

The first results are coming in bit by bit. Arcachonthe outgoing MP Sophie Panonacle obtained 61.20% of the votes against Laurent Lamara (RN), who collected 38.80% of the votes.

HAS The Reolein the 12th constituency, the NFP candidate Mathilde Feld is in the lead with 52.4% of the votes against the RN candidate Rémy Berthonneau (47.6%), as specified by our colleagues from Republican South Gironde (groupe -.fr).

HAS Bazasin the 9th constituency, Sophie Mette (Ensemble) is in the lead with 1501 votes against the RN candidate François-Xavier Marques, who obtains 929 votes.

7:45 p.m.: four triangular in Gironde

Triangular elections were to be held in nine of the eleven constituencies where a second round is held – they take place when three candidates have obtained a number of votes at least equal to 12.5% ​​of those registered.

Finally, these triangular quickly became duels in the constituencies where an RN candidate was placed in the lead. Because to avoid the extreme right coming to power, Ensemble and New Popular Front candidates qualified for the second round announced their withdrawal.

There are therefore only four triangular ones left in Gironde:

  • In the first constituency (Bordeaux I, II, VIII and Le Bouscat), Thomas Cazenave (Ensemble) is facing Céline Papin (NFP) and Bruno Paluteau (RN).
  • In the third constituency (Bordeaux VI, Bègles, Talence, Villenave-d’Ornon), Loïc Prud’homme is facing Ariane Ary (Ensemble) and Maryvonne Bastères (RN)
  • In the sixth constituency (Mérignac, Saint-Médard), Marie Recalde (NFP) is facing Éric Pouillat (Ensemble) and Jimmy Bourlieux (RN)
  • In the seventh constituency (Gradignan, Pessac), Sébastien Saint-Pasteur (NFP) is facing Bérengère Couillard (Together) and Clémence Naveys-Dumas (RN)

7:00 p.m.: Polling stations are closed almost everywhere in Gironde

Polling stations have been closed in most of the Gironde municipalities since 6 p.m. Those in the Bordeaux metropolitan area have also closed their doors at 7 p.m. Only the Bordeaux polling stations are still open, until 8 p.m.

6:20 p.m.: Which parties were in the lead in your constituency in the first round?

Of the 12 constituencies in Gironde, the second constituency is the only one where no National Rally candidate qualified for the second round.

The far-right party came out on top in the first round in six constituencies: in the Médoc, on the Arcachon basin, in the two constituencies of South Gironde, in Libournais and Blayais – where the outgoing MP Edwige Diaz has already been re-elected.

The New Popular Front came out on top in five other constituencies: those that make up the Bordeaux metropolitan area. The only constituency to have placed the presidential majority in the lead was the first (Bordeaux I, II, VIII, Le Bouscat).

5:30 p.m.: participation rate exceeds 58%

At 5 p.m., the rate of participation in Gironde amounts to 58.33%.

This is five points more than in the first round on June 30. And over the last ten years, it has never been this high. In 2022, the rate was 36.76% in the second round of the Legislative elections.

4:45 p.m.: In many municipalities, there is only one hour left to vote.

In most of the communes of Gironde, Voting closes at 6 p.m.In Bordeaux, polling stations remain open until 8 p.m..

And in the municipalities of the metropolis, they close at 7 p.m.: in Mérignac, Pessac, Talence, Villenave d’Ornon, Saint-Médard-en-Jalles, Bègles, Cenon, La Teste-de-Buch, Gradignan, Libourne, Eysines, Le Bouscat, Lormont, Bruges, Floirac, Ambarès-et-Lagrave, Cestas and Blanquefort.

The results of the votes should be revealed little by little from 8 p.m.

4:10 p.m.: participation rate on the rise

At noon, the participation rate was 24.76% in Gironde. The figures are up from the first round – at the same time, the rate reached 22.51% on June 30.

As a reminder, in the first round of the legislative elections, Nouvelle-Aquitaine beat records de participation with 53.88% of voters at 5 p.m. This is almost 20 points more than in 2022, where the rate was 35.67%.

Paradoxically, on June 30, 2024, Gironde was the department of Nouvelle-Aquitaine which showed the lowest participation rate.

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