Elections in Lombardy

Regional elections

Latest regional election

In the latest regional election, which took place on 4 March 2018, Attilio Fontana of the Lega LombardaLega Nord was elected President of Lombardy with the support of centre-right coalition. The election was paired with the 2018 general election.

4 March 2018 Lombard regional election results
Candidates Votes % Seats Parties Votes % Seats
Attilio Fontana 2,793,370 49.75 1
League 1,553,514 29.64 28
Forza Italia 750,628 14.32 14
Brothers of Italy 190,804 3.64 3
Fontana List 76,637 1.46 1
Us with ItalyUDC 66,355 1.26 1
Energies for Lombardy 27,967 0.53 1
Pensioners' Party 20,259 0.38
Total 2,686,610 51.29 48
Giorgio Gori 1,633,367 29.09 1
Democratic Party 1,008,496 19.24 15
Gori List 158,671 3.02 2
More Europe 108,743 2.07
Lombardy for the Autonomies Target 62,840 1.19
Together 35,071 0.66
Popular Civic List 20,668 0.39
Progressive Lombardy 20,036 0.38
Total 1,414,674 26.99 17
Dario Violi 974,984 17.36 Five Star Movement 933,243 17.80 13
Onorio Rosati 108,407 1.93 Free and Equal 111,296 2.12
Angela De Rosa 50,368 0.89 CasaPound Italy 45,416 0.86
Massimo Gatti 38,194 0.68 Left for Lombardy 35,713 0.68
Giulio Arrighini 15,791 0.28 Great North 13,769 0.26
Total candidates 5,614,481 100.00 2 Total parties 5,240,126 100.00 78
Source: Ministry of the Interior – Historical Archive of Elections

List of previous regional elections

Italian general elections in Lombardy

Latest general election

List of previous general elections

  • 1946 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1948 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1953 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1958 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1963 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1968 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1972 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1976 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1979 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1983 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1987 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1992 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1994 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 1996 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 2001 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 2006 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 2008 Italian general election in Lombardy
  • 2013 Italian general election in Lombardy

European Parliament elections in Lombardy

Latest European Parliament election

The 2014 European Parliament election took place in Italy on 25 May 2014. In Lombardy the centre-left Democratic Party was by far the largest party with 40.3% of the vote, largely distancing Forza Italia (16.9%), the Five Star Movement (15.7%) and Lega Nord (14.6%). 2014 European Parliament election in Lombardy)

List of previous European Parliament elections

Provincial elections in Lombardy

2007 provincial elections

 
House of Freedoms (incl. Lega Nord) The Union Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Como Leonardo Carioni
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
67.8% - Mauro Guerra
(Democrats of the Left)
28.6% - 3.7%
Varese Marco Reguzzoni
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
67.1% - Mario Aspesi
(Democracy is Freedom)
25.3% - 7.7%

Source: La Repubblica

2008 provincial elections

 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Varese Dario Galli
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
64.1% - Mario Aspesi
(Democratic Party)
26.1% - 13.0%

Source: La Repubblica

2009 provincial elections

 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Union of the Centre Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Bergamo Ettore Pirovano
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
59.0% - Francesco Cornolti
(Democratic Party)
20.3% - Luigi Pisoni
(Union of the Centre)
13.6% - 7.1%
Brescia Daniele Molgora
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
55.5% - Diego Peli
(Democratic Party)
22.5% - Gianmarco Quadrini
(Union of the Centre)
7.6% - 14.4%
Cremona Massimiliano Salini
(The People of Freedom)
51.1% - Giuseppe Torchio
(Democratic Party)
35.9% - Giuseppe Trespidi
(Union of the Centre)
4.1% - 9.0%
Lecco Daniele Nava
(The People of Freedom)
54.3% - Virginio Brivio
(Democratic Party)
38.0% - Marco Carboni
(Union of the Centre)
3.4% - 4.2%
Lodi Pietro Foroni
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
54.2% - Lino Felissari
(Democratic Party)
38.2% - Giacomo Arcaini
(Union of the Centre)
4.0% - 3.6%
Milan Guido Podestà
(The People of Freedom)
48.8% 50.2% Filippo Penati
(Democratic Party)
38.8% 49.8% Enrico Marcora
(Union of the Centre)
3.7% - 8.6%
Monza Dario Allevi
(The People of Freedom)
54.1% - Pietro Luigi Ponti
(Democratic Party)
33.5% - Domenico Pisani
(Union of the Centre)
4.5% - 7.9%
Sondrio Massimo Sertori
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
61.1% - Giacomo Ciapponi
(Democratic Party)
31.8% - Michele Aili
(Union of the Centre)
4.9% - 2.2%

Source: La Repubblica

2011 provincial elections

 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Union of the Centre Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Mantua Giovanni Fava
(Lega LombardaLega Nord)
41.1% 42.7% Alessandro Pastacci
(Democratic Party)
41.8% 57.3% Pietro Marcazzan
(Union of the Centre)
5.1% - 12.0%
Pavia Ruggero Invernizzi
(The People of Freedom)
44.1% 48.8% Daniele Bosone
(Democratic Party)
33.8% 51.2% Vittorio Poma
(Union of the Centre)
9.6% - 12.5%

Source: Ministry of the Interior

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