Sunday, June 12, fifteen members of the government were candidates for the legislative elections. Their results have been scrutinized all the more because in the event of defeat, they will have to leave their post. If some managed to climb without difficulty in the second round, other members of the government team are on unfavorable waivers for the second round, Sunday, June 19. Workforce review, with partial and final results.
Candidate in the 6th constituency of Calvados, Elisabeth Borne came first in the first round with 34.32% of the vote. This is the first time that the former Minister of Ecology has run for direct universal suffrage. Parachuted into Calvados, where she has family ties, she will be opposed on June 19 to Noé Gauchard (Nupes), who won 24.53% of the vote. On Sunday evening, the Prime Minister called on “republican forces to rally” around the project and the majority candidates.
In the 10th constituency of the North, Gérald Darmanin won 39.08% of the vote, placing himself ahead of Leslie Mortreux (Nupes) and his 23.08%. It is her that he will find next Sunday. Voters obviously did not hold it against the Minister of the Interior for the fiasco of the Champions League final at the Stade de France, marred by violence, or accusations of rape against him, which ended in a non- venue. “Thank you very sincerely to the inhabitants of Tourcoing, Linselles, Neuville-en-Ferrain, Roncq, Bousbecque and Halluin for having placed us very largely in the lead of this first round, with almost 40% of the votes! See you next Sunday! “, he tweeted in the evening.
20,679 is the total number of votes gathered by Gabriel Attal, now in post at Bercy (Public Accounts), in the 10th district of Hauts-de-Seine. This represents 48.06% of the vote. The former government spokesperson will still have to go through the second round, facing Cécile Soubelet (Nupes). The latter came second with 30.75% of the vote.
Damien Abad, targeted by rape charges, tops the first round in the 5th constituency. The Minister of Solidarity will be opposed on June 19 to the Nupes candidate Florence Pisani. At the end of the first round, the former leader of the Les Républicains deputies obtained 33.38% of the vote, against 23.54% for the economist of LFI, and is in a good position to keep his place within the government by obtaining a third mandate in Haut-Bugey.
It passes without great difficulty for the Minister of Agriculture. Candidate in the first constituency of Loir-et-Cher, Marc Fesneau gathered 31.97% of the votes in the first round of legislative elections, against 34% in 2017. Next step: the second round on June 19, against Reda Belkadi (Nupes) , who won 24.31% of the vote.
Former Minister of Health, Olivier Véran manages to climb to the second round of the legislative elections. The current Minister Delegate in charge of Relations with Parliament won 40.50% of the votes in the 1st constituency of Isère. The professional doctor will face Salomé Robin (Nupes) on Sunday. She achieved a score of 36.86%.
Credited with 32.10% of the vote, Brigitte Bourguignon manages to qualify in the 6th constituency of Pas-de-Calais. The candidate Ensemble of the presidential majority had already won the ballot in the legislative elections of 2012 and 2017. New Minister of Health, she will face RN Christine Engrand in the second round. The latter received 30.33% of the vote.
Olivier Dussopt comes first in the 2nd constituency of Ardèche, with 30.04% of the vote. The Minister of Labor will face Christophe Goulouzelle (Nupes), who came in second place with 23.58% of the vote.
On Sunday, Franck Riester managed to qualify for the second round of legislative elections, with 29.27% of the vote. Outgoing MP, the Minister Delegate for Foreign Trade loses points compared to his previous score of 2017 (39%). The former Minister of Culture will be opposed to François Lenormand (RN). The latter obtained 25.41% of the votes.
Coming from the MoDem, outgoing MP Justine Benin qualifies for the second round in the 2nd constituency of Guadeloupe. Newly appointed to the government, the Secretary of State for the Sea won 31.31% of the vote, which puts her at the top of the votes in her constituency, ahead of DVG Christian Baptiste (26.78%), her opponent in the second. round.
New government spokesperson Olivia Grégoire qualified with a clear lead, with 39.51% of the votes cast in the first round. Candidate in the 12th district of Paris, she will face Jérôme Loriau (LR) on June 19. The latter obtained 22.34% of the votes.
Elected in 2017, Yaël Braun-Pivet represented herself in her 5th constituency of Yvelines. The Minister of Overseas takes the lead of the candidates in the first round, with 36.59% of the vote. In the second round, she will face Nupes candidate Sophie Thévenet, who recorded 23.55% of the vote.
Amélie de Montchalin manages to climb to the second round despite a sharp decline on her opponent from Nupes. The Minister for Ecological Transition gathered 31.46% of the vote, far behind Jérôme Guedj (38.31%), in the 6th constituency of Essonne.
It is an unfavorable ballotage that awaits Clément Beaune in Paris. If the Minister for Europe passed the first step in the 7th constituency of Paris, he only won 35.81% of the vote, in second position behind lawyer Caroline Mecary (Nupes) and her 41.40 %. In this constituency, Emmanuel Macron came out on top in the first round of the presidential election, but only five points ahead of Jean-Luc Mélenchon.
In the 3rd constituency of Paris, Stanislas Guérini is a candidate for re-election. The now Minister in charge of the Public Service reached second place, with 32.50% of the vote, behind Léa Balage El Mariky de la Nupes (38.66%), according to final results.