Legislative Elections: The Results in Mayenne

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The legislative election results for the Mayenne

There will be second rounds throughout Mayenne for these legislative elections in 2017. The three candidates running for La Republic En Marche will be there. This is the evening news.

All results are known in Mayenne for this first round of parliamentary legislative elections 2017. The three candidates of the Republic on, Béatrice Mottier in the first district, Géraldine Bannier in the second and Josselin Chouzy in the third, the second round will be on Sunday 18 June 2017. It is the evening news. Incumbents, Guillaume Garot (PS), Guillaume Chevrollier (LR) and Yannick Favennec (LR) will be there too.

The results in the first district:

Guillaume Garot (PS): 30.98%; Béatrice Mottier (LREM): 26.54%; Samia Soultani-Vigneron (LR): 18.53%; Bruno Morinière (FN): 8.12%; Nicolas Chomel (France Insoumise): 7.01%; Philippe Habault (independent): 2.98%; Maël Rannou (EELV): 2.90%; Isabelle Mahe Genero (DLF): 1.24%; Aurélien Guillot (PCF): 0.93%; Martine Amelin (LO): 0.42%; Lucio Stizz (UPR): 0.36%.

The results in the second district:

Géraldine Bannier (LREM): 38.12%; Guillaume Chevrollier (LR): 29.69%; Marie-Noëlle Tribondeau (PS): 8.88%; Sylviane Dégé (FN): 7.71%; Françoise Marchand (EELV): 4.66%; Emeline Rio (The rebellious France): 3.91%; Florian Derouet (PCF): 2.78%; Françoise Chivert (DLF): 1.34%; Mary Ponfilly (Sovereignty, Identity and Freedom): 0.82%; Joseph Gaudin (Citizens’ Movement of the white vote): 0.80%; Martin Bordeau (UPR): 0.64%; Maryse Lépron (Workers Struggle): 0.63%.

The results in the third district:

Yannick Favennec (LR): 42.16%; Josselin Chouzy (LREM): 29.79%; Monique Morand (FN): 7.39%; Léa Raimbault (France Insoumise): 6.85%; Grégory Heurtebize (Union of Democrats and Independents): 3.82%; Sophie Leterrier (EELV): 3.81%; Michel Neveu (PS-PRG): 1.87%; Maud-Jan Brusson (CPF): 1.15%; Claudine Chartier (DLF): 1.05%; Sylvie Delogé Party (white vote): 0.63%; Gauthier Dupont (Ecologist): 0.56%; Marie-Paule Lord (LO): 0.54%; Charlotte Le Corre (UPR): 0.38%; Bernadette Bresard (Independent Ecological Alliance): 0%.

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