And coronavirus in the Alpes-Maritimes: results in Vence


In Vence, with 4826 voters Régis Lebigre (SE) came out on top of the first round of municipal elections, this Sunday evening March 15, with 25.45% of the votes cast.In the second round, a quadrangular could be played on Sunday March 20, he will face Patrick Scalzo (SE), which obtained 23.38% of the votes, Catherine Le Lan, outgoing mayor (SE) she obtained 15.07% as well as Patrice miran (environmentalist) 12.92%.

All results

  • Marie-Laure MAUREL 7.59%
  • Régis LEBIGRE 25.45%
  • Patrick SCALZO 23.38%
  • Lise POTTIER 3.00%
  • Catherine LE LAN 15.07%
  • Cyril COUDERT 3.30%
  • Jean-Louis FIORI 9.28%
  • Patrice MIRAN 12.92%

The participation rate

The participation rate is 34% against 58.93% in 2014. The outgoing mayor Catherine Le Lan deplores the continued elections

I do not have the head with the elections. What is it going to be worth? I think it will be canceled – Catherine Le Lan

Like her, Régis Lebigre, Patrice Miran and Jean-Louis Fiori believe that maintaining the elections is a mistake.
Find the details of the results in Vence on Franceinfo

2014 elections

In the last municipal elections, Loïc Dombreval (Divers Droite), was elected mayor of Vence. Outgoing mayor Régis Lebigre was in the lead in the first round (with 28.28%). Loïc Dombreval won in the second round, (with 45.3%) thanks to the postponement of the votes of the third competitor: Anne Sattonnet (UDI) who retired.

Loïc Dombreval chose to give up his mandate as mayor in 2017 to become a member of the La République En Marche group. Since the law of February 14, 2014, the cumulation of a legislative mandate is incompatible with a local executive function. Catherine Le Lan was elected mayor of Vence on July 17, 2017.

For the 2020 elections, Loïc Dombreval does not stand for re-election, preferring to focus on his mandate as a deputy.

The forces involved


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