First round of departmental elections this Sunday, June 20. Voters are called to the polls to elect their departmental advisers in 23 cantons of Gard. Follow the election night, discover the participation, the results, the first reactions and the analyzes.

In the Gard, 89 pairs are candidates in the 23 cantons of the department. Voters are called upon to designate their future departmental councilors who will sit in the local assembly for a six-year term. The first round took place this Sunday, June 20, the second will take place next Sunday, June 27. This year, the departmental elections are held at the same time as the regional ones.

The results reach us as they are validated by the Ministry of the Interior. To find the ones that interest you, type the name of your town, department or region in the module below.

Faced with the record abstention in the Gard, the outgoing president, Françoise Laurent-Perrigot launches a “solemn appeal”: “” Your mobilization will be decisive for the future of Gard during the next term of office. We must resist in order to bring to life a certain idea of ​​political action in the service of the general interest. Vote and make vote for all the candidates who are opposed to the ideas of the National Rally. ”Françoise Laurent-Perrigot (press release).

In the canton of Marguerittes, we will have to wait, above all we will have to recount! The first results gave a second round between the RN Vidal-Tissuer duo (35.84% of the votes) and the DVG Nicolas-Guardiola tandem (24.06%) But the UCD Tronc / Granat duo (23.99%) demand an appeal. Indeed, with only five votes behind the Nicolas-Guardiola tandem, the pair demands the recount of the entire canton of Marguerittes.

The LR mayor of Nîmes Jean-Paul Fournier regrets in particular “that the big winner of these local elections remains abstention”. But in Nîmes, the LR candidates no longer appear in all the cantons. Julien Plantier and Sophie Roule are in the lead in the canton of Nîmes 1, Richard Tibérino and Véronique Gardeur-Bancel are qualified in Nîmes 4. On the other hand, Carole Solana and Marc Taulelle are eliminated in Nîmes 2, as are Laurent Burgoa and and Claude De Girardi sur Nîmes 3. And the mayor of Nîmes will not give any voting instructions in these cantons lost to the right: “no one owns the voting intentions of the electors, which is why I do not give voting instructions in the other cantons. “

Martin Delord is re-elected in the canton of Vigan. With Helène Meunier, they won 76.01% of the vote. They are ahead of Chantal Ostanel and Bernard Monrréal (RN, 23.99%)

In the canton of Nîmes 4, the former elected rebellious France of the City of Nîmes François Séguy and socialist activist Fatima El Hadi come first, with 33.78% of the vote. They are ahead of outgoing Republicans Richard Tibérino and Véronique Gardeur-Bancel (31.36%). Dany Dos Santos Paiva and Florence Dumas (30.23), Jérôme Chadouli and Nora Makran (4.63) are eliminated

In the canton of Nîmes 2, Amal Couvreur and Christian Bastid (Left) gather 44.18% of the vote. Also qualified the duo RN Laurence Gardet / Yoann Gillet with 31.11%. Carole Solana and Marc Taulelle (Right) are eliminated (24.71%)

In the Canton of Nîmes 1, the outgoing Thierry Procida is eliminated! Here are the final results: Plantier-Roulle (right) 31.96%; Bernède-Vasa (Union Gauche) 30.89, are qualified; On the other hand, are eliminated Pigeonneau – De Sousa (RN) 20.03; and Procida – Carbo (UDI) 15.57

In Quissac, the outgoing president of the department Françoise Laurent-Perrigot comes first with her partner, after partial results (based on 77% of registrants received)

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A duel between the left and the RN in the Canton Nîmes 3: Dominique Andrieu-Bonnet and Vincent Bouget come largely ahead of this first round, gathering 34.56% of the votes. They are ahead of RN Sabine Adam and Abderzak Berkani (23.11%). The surprise comes from the elimination of Laurent Burgoa and Claude de Girardi (LR) with 22.09% of the vote. Also eliminated Valérie Rouverand and Pierre-Edouard Thibaud (LREM, 14.66% of the vote)

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5:05 p.m. – At 5 p.m., the participation rate was 25.15% in the Gard. In 2015, it was 46.80% for departmental elections and 44.24% for regional elections. At the national level, it reached 26.72%, in free fall compared to the regional ones of December 2015 (43.01%) and departmental ones of March 2015 (42.75%), according to figures from the Ministry of the Interior.

5:00 p.m. – Welcome to this live stream that will allow you to experience the results of the first round of departmental elections in the Gard throughout the evening.

Departmental 2021 in Isère – Bièvre: the outgoing Jean-Pierre Barbier largely in the lead in the first round

Regional in the Grand Est: environmentalists and the left in order of battle for the second round

Departmental in Dordogne: record abstention, more than 59% of voters did not vote in the first round

Departmental elections: in a canton of Perpignan, a single vote separates the 2nd and the 3rd

Ref: https://www.francebleu.fr