Municipal elections: the cities in the center-right, the center-left and the ballot | The data

Between center-right and center-left substantial equality, at least in the capitals where the mayor was elected in the first round, i.e. just 5 out of 18 (here all the data of the count). In addition to 7 Regions, over 1,000 municipalities voted for the administrative ones.

Waiting for the ballots scheduled in fifteen days, the center-right confirms a Venezia with Luigi Brugnaro and conquest Macerata, dove Sandro Parcaroli succeeds Romano Carancini. The center left, on the other hand, triumphs a Trani e Mantua: who the outgoing member of the Democratic Party Mattia Palazzi reconfirmed with 70%, three years after the false accusations of harassment by a woman later convicted of stalking. The dem also win a Trento with the election of Franco Ianeselli (former secretary of the CGIL), who takes the place of Alessandro Andreatta.

A dry mouth the 5 Star Movement whose only hopes are entrusted to Matera ed Andria, where their candidate could run for the ballot. TO Stop is confirmed Paolo Calcinaro, a candidate on some civic lists that brings home over 10 thousand votes more than his competitors from the center-left, center-right and M5S.

The capital municipalities that will go to the ballot are: Chieti, Matera, Crotone, Reggio Calabria (where the outgoing Giuseppe Falcomat lost 25 points compared to 2015), Lecco, Andria, Arezzo and Bolzano. TO Nuoro, in Sardinia, will be voted on 25 and 26 October, while ad Agrigento ed Enna, in Sicily, on the 4th and 5th. They were found to be invalid, due to the failure to reach the quorum of voters, the elections in Bisenti (Te), Melito di Porto Salvo (Rc) and Lesina (Fg).

The Pd-M5S alliance proves to be successful in Faenza, dove Massimo Isola got the better of the center-right candidate Paolo Cavina. In the so-called Campania laboratory, Pd-M5S win in the first round in Caivano and end up in the ballot in Giugliano and Pomigliano d’Arco, the city of Luigi Di Maio where the local replication of the national alliance did not lead to victory in the first round.

Of the 1,176 municipalities that went to vote, there is also Laives, the administration of Alto Adige which four years ago aroused national interest in the election of the candidate resulting from the center-right-M5S-Svp alliance. Today Christian Bianchi He was confirmed at the helm of the administration, this time for without the votes of the pentastellates who were no longer in the coalition. Imola, fresh from the crumbling of the M5S junta, returns to the Democratic Party with Marco Panieri who beat the center-right candidate Daniele Marchetti, Matteo Salvini’s loyal and regional councilor.

23 September 2020 (modified on 23 September 2020 | 11:45)



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