Elisabeth Borne is well ahead in Calvados and in good condition for the second round

Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne (renaissance candidate in 6th Calvados constituency) won the first round in the legislative elections on Sunday, June 12.

Elisabeth Borne is well ahead in Calvados and in good condition for the second round

Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne (renaissance candidate in 6th Calvados constituency) won the first round in the legislative elections on Sunday, June 12. According to preliminary estimates by Harris Interactive x Toluna, she is credited with 34.9%.

This level is very close to the 37% that Alain Tourret, the outgoing deputy (LREM), collected in 2017. This one didn't show up. He campaigned alongside Elisabeth Borne, who was 62 and standing for election for her first time.

Five years ago, Jean-Philippe Roy, the candidate of National Rally, lost the second round duel to the candidate with the presidential majority. He was defeated by Noe Gauchard (Nupes candidate), who is credited as having 24.9% of vote. According to estimates, he qualifies for round 2. Young activist at 22 who is involved in Youth For Climate France benefits from the dynamic of the gathering left and ecology. He clearly improves Jean-Luc Melenchon's score in the first round (17.7%). He told us that if people want to send Borne home they must vote for us.

Noe Gauchard will struggle to catch up due to a lack of voice reserves. Elisabeth Borne is therefore the favorite for the second round.

All the results from the first round are available here:

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