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The 6th constituency of Isère is one of ten French legislative constituencies in the Isère département.

6th constituency of Isère
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Location of Isère in France
Deputy
 Cendra Motin
REM
DepartmentIsère

After the 2010 redistricting of French legislative constituencies added a tenth constituency to Isère, the 6th constituency consisted of the (pre-2015 cantonal re-organisation) cantons of Bourgoin-Jallieu-Nord, Crémieu, Morestel and Pont-de-Chéruy.[1]

Contents

DeputiesEdit

Election ResultsEdit

2017Edit

Candidate Label First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Cendra Motin REM 12,499 32.40 18,444 55.05
Gérard Dézempte FN 10,260 26.60 15,062 44.95
Alain Moyne-Bressand LR 6,966 18.06
Michael Aydin FI 3,837 9.95
Alexandre Bolleau PS 2,401 6.22
Cécile Viallon ECO 767 1.99
Frédérique Penavaire PCF 612 1.59
Bruno Liénard ECO 494 1.28
Isabelle Sadeski ECO 272 0.71
Jean-Baptiste Weber DIV 240 0.62
Denise Gomez EXG 225 0.58
Votes 38,573 100.00 33,506 100.00
Valid votes 38,573 98.61 33,506 93.63
Blank votes 396 1.01 1,702 4.76
Null votes 149 0.38 578 1.62
Turnout 39,118 46.98 35,786 42.98
Abstentions 44,152 53.02 47,480 57.02
Registered voters 83,270 83,266
Source: Ministry of the Interior[8]

2012Edit

2012 legislative election in Isere's 6th constituency[6]
Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Alain Moyne-Bressand UMP 15,648 36.29% 22,834 57.70%
Michèle Corbin PS 13,088 30.36% 16,740 42.30%
Bertrand Marie FN 9,356 21.70%
Frédérique Penavaire FG 2,148 4.98%
Renaud De Langlade 903 2.09%
Anne Deverchere ?? 575 1.33%
Isabelle Sadeski AEI 508 1.18%
Marie Hennard DLR 457 1.06%
Dominique Ponsard LO 179 0.42%
Florence Hirsch NPA 163 0.38%
Laurent Simon SP 91 0.21%
Valid votes 43,116 98.96% 39,574 97.25%
Spoilt and null votes 453 1.04% 1,121 2.75%
Votes cast / turnout 43,569 56.48% 40,695 52.75%
Abstentions 33,572 43.52% 36,446 47.25%
Registered voters 77,141 100.00% 77,141 100.00%

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Charles Pasqua,ministre de l'intérieur (1986-11-25). "Loi relative à la délimitation des circonscriptions pour l'élection des députés, surnommée redécoupage Pasqua (du nom de Charles Pasqua ministre de l'intérieur en 1986)". Publication au JORF du 25 novembre 1986 (in French). Retrieved 2019-01-16.
  2. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste alphabétique des députés de la IXe législature 1988-1993 (groupe politique, département)" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 9th legislature 1988-1993 (with political group and department] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  3. ^ a b site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste alphabétique des députés de la Xe législature 1993-1997 (groupe politique, département)" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 10th legislature 1993-1997 (with political group and department] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  4. ^ a b site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste des députés par département de la XIIe législature" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 12th legislature] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  5. ^ a b site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste des députés par département de la XIIIe législature" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 13th legislature] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  6. ^ a b "Résultats des élections législatives 2012" [Results of 2012 Legislative Election] (in French). Ministry of the Interior.
  7. ^ site de l'Assemblée nationale française (ed.). "Liste des députés par département de la XIe législature" [Alphabetical list of deputies of the 11th legislature] (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  8. ^ a b "Résultats des élections législatives 2017" [Results of 2017 Legislative Election] (in French). Ministry of the Interior.