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Municipal elections in Veneto

This page gathers the results of municipal elections in Veneto, in the five major cities (more than 80,000 inhabitants), since 1993.

Results by year

1993 municipal elections

e • d 
Christian Democracy Alliance of Progressives Lega Nord Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Venice Giovanni Pietro Castellani
(Christian Democracy)
23.4% - Massimo Cacciari
(Democratic Party of the Left)
42.3% 55.4% Aldo Mariconda
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
26.5% 44.6% 7.8%

Sourcea: Corriere della Sera

1994 municipal elections

e • d 
Pole of Freedoms Alliance of ProgressivesPPI Lega Nord Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Verona Michela Sironi
(Forza Italia)
Massimo Galli Righi
(National Alliance)
29.5%

9.5%
61.5% Dario Donella
(Democratic Party of the Left)
Gian Antonio Vaccaro
(Italian People's Party)
22.6%

14.4%
39.5% Giovanni Maccagnani
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
17.3% with PdL 16.2%
Treviso Stefano Cerniato
(Forza Italia)
Alberto Di Pasquale
(National Alliance)
15.9%

10.8%
- Aldo Tognana
(Italian People's Party)
29.9% 45.2% Giancarlo Gentilini
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
23.0% 54.8% 20.3%

Source: Regional Council of Veneto

1995 municipal elections

e • d 
Pole of Freedoms Alliance of Progressives Lega Nord Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Padua Francesco Gentile
(Forza Italia)
38.6% 42.3% Flavio Zanonato
(Democratic Party of the Left)
32.0% 57.7% Luigi Mariani
(Italian People's Party)
22.3% - 7.1%
Vicenza Marino Breganze
(Forza Italia)
40.6% ? Marino Quaresimin
(Democratic Party of the Left)
34.4% ? Giuseppe Magnabosco
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
12.2% - 12.6%

Source: Regional Council of Veneto

1997 municipal elections

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Pole for Freedoms The Olive Tree Lega Nord Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Venice Mauro Pizzigati
(Forza Italia)
20.7% - Massimo Cacciari
(Democratic Party of the Left)
64.6% - Giovanni Fabris
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
10.2% - 4.5%

Source: Regional Council of Veneto

1998 municipal elections

e • d 
Pole for Freedoms The Olive Tree Lega Nord Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Treviso Ferruccio Bresolin
(Forza Italia)
25.9% - Domenico Luciani
(independent)
31.3% 40.5% Giancarlo Gentilini
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
42.8% 59.5% -
Verona Michela Sironi
(Forza Italia)
40.3% 58.4% Giuseppe Brugnoli
(Italian People's Party)
30.6% 41.6% Francesco Girondini
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
15.9% - 13.2%
Vicenza Enrico Hüllwech
(Forza Italia)
35.7% 56.5% Giorgio Sala
(Italian People's Party)
33.1% 43.5% Margherita Carta
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
14.0% - 17.2%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo

1999 municipal elections

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House of Freedoms The Olive Tree Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Padua Giustina Destro
(Forza Italia)
42.2% 50.5% Flavio Zanonato
(Democrats of the Left)
41.6% 49.5% 16.2%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo

2000 municipal elections

e • d 
House of Freedoms (incl. Lega Nord) The Olive Tree PRCGreens Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Venice Renato Brunetta
(Forza Italia)
39.0% 44.0% Paolo Costa
(The Democrats)
37.7% 56.0% Gianfranco Bettin
(Federation of the Greens)
16.3% with Ulivo 7.0%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo

2002 municipal elections

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House of Freedoms (incl. Lega Nord) The Olive Tree Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Verona Pierluigi Bolla
(Forza Italia)
45.6% 45.9% Paolo Zanotto
(Democracy is Freedom)
38.7% 54.1% 15.7%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo

2003 municipal elections

e • d 
House of Freedoms The Olive Tree Lega Nord Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Treviso Letizia Ortica
(Forza Italia)
11.2% - Maria Luisa Campagner
(Democracy is Freedom)
37.9% 43.9% Gian Paolo Gobbo
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
44.9% 56.1% 6.0%
Vicenza Enrico Hüllwech
(Forza Italia)
43.3% 53.8% Vincenzo Riboni
(Democracy is Freedom)
33.5% 46.2% Stefano Stefani
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
9.6% with CdL 13.6%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo

2004 municipal elections

e • d 
House of Freedoms The Olive Tree Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Padua Giustina Destro
(Forza Italia)
33.6% - Flavio Zanonato
(Democrats of the Left)
51.9% - 14.5%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo


2005 municipal elections

e • d 
House of Freedoms Democrats of the Left–others Democracy is Freedom–others Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Venice Cesare Campa
(Forza Italia)
Raffaele Speranzon
(National Alliance)
20.3%

6.2%
- Felice Casson
(Democrats of the Left)
37.7% 49.5% Massimo Cacciari
(Democracy is Freedom)
23.2% 50.5% 12.6%

Source: Istituto Cattaneo


2007 municipal elections

e • d 
House of Freedoms (incl. Lega Nord) The Union Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Verona Flavio Tosi
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
60.7% - Paolo Zanotto
(Democracy is Freedom)
33.9% - 5.4%

Source: La Repubblica


2008 municipal elections

e • d 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Treviso Gian Paolo Gobbo
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
50.4% - Franco Rosi
(Democratic Party)
27.4% - 22.2%
Vicenza Amalia Sartori
(Forza Italia)
39.3% 49.5% Achille Variati
(Democratic Party)
31.3% 50.5% 29.4%

Source: La Repubblica

2009 municipal elections

e • d 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Padua Marco Marin
(The People of Freedom)
44.9% 48.0% Flavio Zanonato
(Democratic Party)
45.7% 52.0% 9.4%

Source: La Repubblica

2010 municipal elections

e • d 
The People of FreedomLega Nord Democratic Party and allies Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Venice Renato Brunetta
(The People of Freedom)
42.6% - Giorgio Orsoni
(Democratic Party)
51.1% - 6.3%

Source: La Repubblica

2012 municipal elections

e • d 
Lega Nord The People of Freedom Democratic Party and allies Five Star Movement Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Verona Flavio Tosi
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
57.3% - Luigi Castelletti
(The People of Freedom)
8.9% - Michele Bertucco
(Democratic Party)
22.7% - Gianni Benciolini
(Five Star Movement)
9.3% - 1.8%

Source: La Repubblica


2013 municipal elections

e • d 
Lega NordThe People of Freedom Democratic Party and allies Five Star Movement Local list–Civic Choice Others
candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round candidate 1st round 2nd round 1st round
Treviso Giancarlo Gentilini
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
35.8% 44.5% Giovanni Manildo
(Democratic Party)
42.5% 55.5% Alessandro Gnocchi
(Five Star Movement)
6.9% - Massimo Zanetti
(independent)
10.6% - 5.1%
Vicenza Manuela Dal Lago
(Liga VenetaLega Nord)
27.4% Achille Variati
(Democratic Party)
53.5% Liliana Zaltron
(Five Star Movement)
6.5% - 12.6%

Source: La Repubblica


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