Legislative. In the constituency of Nantes – Saint-Herblain, Ségolène Amiot re-elected with 50.13%

Legislative. In the constituency of Nantes – Saint-Herblain, Ségolène Amiot re-elected with 50.13%
Legislative. In the constituency of Nantes – Saint-Herblain, Ségolène Amiot re-elected with 50.13%

10:40 p.m. Ségolène Amiot has just entered the Salle de l’Égalité, in the Bellevue district of Nantes, and is walking in front of her activists who are still waiting for the results. She is returning from a live TV show on TéléNantes with some good news. “The first thing I would like to say is thank you, because we have achieved an absolute majority, with 50.13% of the votes.” Cries of joy in the room. And new relief.

Faces had relaxed for the first time around 8 p.m., during the first national estimates giving a relative majority to the New Popular Front. They then had to wait long hours before being able to breathe completely, the results of the third constituency being always very late, bringing together the offices of Nantes and Saint-Herblain.

” I am so happy, says Camille, a brand new activist who joined the campaign after the dissolution. Ségolène Amiot was my candidate, I had already voted for her. I needed to be in action and not to stay alone, I didn’t feel like not acting.”

“Hatred has come dangerously close”

Like her, many people came to congratulate the candidate of La France Insoumise, visibly tired from the campaign. “It’s worth having a bad face when you see the results,” smiles an activist. Ségolène Amiot, invested by the New Popular Front, was re-elected against the Macronist Matthieu Annereau (28.16%) and the RN candidate Laurie Arc (21.70%).

“I was confident,” admits Ségolène Amiot, who came out on top in the first round of the third constituency, anchored on the left. She obtained 44.58% of the votes, far ahead of Matthieu Annereau, 24.51%, and Laurie Arc, 20.48%, who did not wish to react in our columns, after the announcement of the results this Sunday, July 7.

After thanking them at length, Ségolène Amiot called on her activists to remain mobilized, “because the party of hate has come very dangerously close to governing our country.”

“In the days, months and years to come, we will have to go out into the field to convince all those who voted for the National Rally, to convince them that what we are proposing is healthier and so much better for them,” continues the candidate of the New Popular Front.

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