2018 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol provincial elections

Maurizio Fugatti Arno Kompatscher Democratic Party (Italy)
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The Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol provincial elections of 2018 took place on 21 October 2018.[1]

Trentino

2018 Trentino provincial election

← 2013 21 October 2018 2023 →

All 35 seats to the Provincial council of Trentino
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Maurizio Fugatti daticamera 2018.jpg Giorgio Tonini datisenato 2013.jpg Ugo Rossi - Festival Economia 2013.JPG
Candidate Maurizio Fugatti Giorgio Tonini Ugo Rossi
Party League Democratic Party PATT
Alliance Centre-right Centre-left None
Seats won 21 8 4
Seat change Increase11 Decrease7 Decrease4
Popular vote 124,590 67,712 33,121
Percentage 46.74% 25.40% 12.42%
Swing Increase14.26%[2] Decrease32.71% new

President before election

Ugo Rossi
PATT

Elected President

Maurizio Fugatti
League

In Trentino, the President is elected directly by the People; the candidate who gains more vote is elected President.

Results

2018 Trentino provincial election results
Landtag of Trentino 2018.svg
Candidates Votes % Seats Parties Votes % Seats
Maurizio Fugatti 124,590 46.74 1
League 69,116 27.09 13
Civic Trentino 11,777 4.62 2
Trentino Project 8,248 3.23 1
Popular Autonomists 7,621 2.99 1
Forza Italia 7,204 2.82 1
Act for Trentino 5,458 2.14 1
UDCPeople's Centre 5,306 2.08
Brothers of Italy 3,686 1.44
Fassa Association 2,490 0.98 1
Total 120,906 47.39 20
Giorgio Tonini 67,712 25.40 1
Democratic Party 35,530 13.93 4
Futura 2018 (incl. FdV) 17,670 6.93 2
Union for Trentino 10,150 3.98 1
Total 63,350 24.83 7
Ugo Rossi 33,121 12.42 1 Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party 32,109 12.59 3
Filippo Degasperi 18,922 7.10 1 Five Star Movement 18,437 7.23 1
Antonella Valer 7,099 2.66
Free and Equal 3,560 1.40
Other Trentino on the Left 2,101 0.82
Total 5,661 2.22
Mauro Ottobre 5,237 1.96 Dynamic Autonomy 5,117 2.01
Roberto de Laurentis 4,015 1.51 Territoriality Responsibility Economics 3,826 1.50
Paolo Primon 2,384 0.89 Free People – Freie Völker 2,285 0.90
Ferruccio Chenetti 1,904 0.71 Movement Ladin Fassa 1,890 0.74
Filippo Castaldini 1,247 0.47 CasaPound Italy 1,215 0.48
Federico Monegaglia 350 0.13 Reconquer Italy 341 0.13
Total candidates 266,581 100 4 Total parties 255,137 100 31
Source: Autonomous Province of Trento
Popular vote (party)
Lega
27.1%
PD
13.9%
PATT
13.0%
M5S
7.2%
F2018
6.9%
CT
4.6%
UpT
4.0%
PT
3.2%
AP
3.0%
FI
2.8%
Agire
2.1%
UdCPC
2.1%
AD
2.0%
TRE
1.5%
FdI
1.4%
LeU
1.4%
Others
5.9%
Popular vote (president)
Fugatti
46.7%
Tonini
25.4%
Rossi
12.4%
Degasperi
7.1%
Valer
2.7%
Ottobre
1.9%
De Laurentis
1.5%
Others
2.2%

Analysis

Similar to the election in Molise and the election in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the M5S lost c. 15% of votes compared to the general election. On March 4, they reached almost 25%,[3] but now just over 7%. By contrast, the centre-right coalition gained more than 10% compared to March 4.[3]

South Tyrol

2018 South Tyrol provincial election

← 2013 21 October 2018 2023 →

All 35 seats to the Landtag of South Tyrol
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Kompatscher 2015.jpg No image available.svg No image available.svg
Leader Arno Kompatscher Paul Köllensperger Maurizio Bosatra
Party SVP TK League
Seats won 15 6 4
Popular vote 119,108 43,315 31,510
Percentage 41.9% 15.2% 11.1%

Governor before election

Arno Kompatscher
SVP

Elected Governor

Arno Kompatscher
SVP

Flag of Trentino-South Tyrol.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol

In South Tyrol, all 35 members of the Provincial council (Landtag) are up for re-election. The council elects a government headed by a president (Landeshauptmann).

In the 2013 election, the South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP) lost its absolute majority for the first time since 1948.

Results

Landtag of South Tyrol 2018.svg
Parties Votes % Seats +/−
South Tyrolean People's Party 119,108 41.9 15 −2
Team Köllensperger 43,315 15.2 6 +6
League 31,510 11.1 4 +4
Greens 19,391 6.8 3 ±0
Die Freiheitlichen 17,620 6.2 2 −4
South Tyrolean Freedom 16,927 6.0 2 −1
Democratic Party 10,806 3.8 1 −1
Five Star Movement 6,670 2.4 1 ±0
Alto Adige in the HeartBrothers of Italy 4,883 1.7 1 ±0
Citizens' Union 3,664 1.3 0 −1
We South Tyrol 3,428 1.2 0 ±0
Forza Alto Adige 2,825 1.0 0 ±0
CasaPound Italy 2,451 0.9 0 ±0
United Left 1,753 0.6 0 ±0
Total 284,351 100.0 35 ±0
Source: Province of Bolzano – Results
Popular vote
SVP
41.9%
TK
15.2%
Lega
11.4%
Grüne
6.8%
dF
6.2%
STF
6.0%
PD
3.8%
M5S
2.4%
AACFdI
1.7%
BUfS
1.3%
NOI
1.2%
FAA
1.0%
CPI
0.9%
SU
0.6%

References

  1. ^ Provinciali Bolzano e Trento 21 ottobre, Ansa, 8 May 2018. Retrieved 14 May 2018.
  2. ^ The swing comes from the combined result of the coalition of Diego Mosna (19.3%), the coalition of Lega Nord (6.6%), Forza Italia (4.3%), FdI (1.5%) and Fassa (0.8%) in the 2013 provincial election.
  3. ^ a b Collegio Plurinominale TRENTINO-ALTO ADIGE/SÜDTIROL - 01