After the Guadeloupe 2nd constituency legislative election, Justine Benin (Secretary of State for Sea), was elected the winner. She is ahead of Christian Baptiste (26.88%), who received 31.31%.
Surprisingly, the 3rd constituency puts Rody Tolassy (the local leader of RN) in front of Max Mathiasin (a deputy related to Modem). Marine Le Pen received almost 70% of Guadeloupe's votes in the second round.
The candidate of the PS, Elie Califer (mayor of Saint-Claude commune), is ahead of Marie-Luce Penchard (Minister of Overseas Nicolas Sarkozy), who was supported in this election via Renaissance
The turnout was low at 25.31%, as compared to 25.60% for the first round in 2017.
Martinique saw a strong abstention among the four constituencies in this first round. This was against 26% in 2017. Jean-Philippe Nilor (Democratic & Republican Left) was the only outgoing deputy to be represented. He was placed on waivers by Alfred Marie-Jeanne (85), his former mentor.
A far-left party Peyi-A and Gran sanble Pou matinik, the coalition headed by the Mim Martinican Independent Movement of Alfred Marie Jeanne will clash in the second round. In Fort-de-France, a candidate supported the Martinican Progressive Party, founded by Aime Cesaire, is on a ballot to defeat Gran sanble mou matinik.
Guyana's outgoing Macronist deputy Lenaick Adam, is on a favorable vote against Davy Rimane (member of the Union of Guyanese Workers).
The first constituency was where Gabriel Serville, GDR deputy 2012-2021, resigned to lead the Guyana community. Jean-Victor Castor of the Movement for Decolonization and Social Emancipation will be facing Yvane Gua, a figure from the voluntary sector and spokesperson for Trop Violans, a collective that emerged out of the chaos of the 2017 demonstrations.
The participation rate has slightly increased.
The first round saw the elimination of outgoing deputy LR Claire Javois Guion-Firmin in Saint-Barthelemy, Saint-Martin and Saint-Martin. The centrist Frantz Gums, who was president of Saint-Martin Collectivity from 2009 to 2012, and is currently second vice-president of territorial majority, will be opposed by the Divers right Daniel Gibbs (ex-deputy from 2012 to 2017) and president of Saint-Martin Collectivity from 2017 to 2022. It is extremely low at 21.25%, compared to 24.02% in 2017.
Stephane Claireaux (outgoing LREM deputy) did not stand in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. The candidate from the local movement Archipel Demain will be opposed to Olivier Gaston, close to the party France Insoumise de Jean-Luc Melenchon.
The participation rate is also down, with 53.47% of registered voter moving against 59.47%.