Anthony Mussard at the head in Loué (Sarthe), Michel Briffault re-elected in Coulans, a 2nd round in Chemiré. Discover the results of the first round of municipal elections on LBN.
The first results of the first round of the municipal elections fell on Sunday March 15, 2020. In the LBN territory, certain results surprised.
Duels to the bottom line
In Coulans-sur-Gée, Michel Briffault’s list was elected in the first round with 70% of the votes. He is allocated 17 seats, Vincent Brochard’s list includes two seats.
On the evening of the first round, the share of voters was 55.26% of those registered in Coulans-sur-Gée. This result is lower than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections, which amounted to 74.33%.
In Crannes-en-Champagne, the list of Francis Cosnet faced Loïc Engoulvant. A candidate who had decided to run alone. All the candidates of the first team were elected.
In Chantenay-Villedieu, the list of outgoing mayor Régis Cerbelle won 14 seats out of 15. Pierre Carret was at the head of a second list. A 2nd round will allocate the last place.
In Chemiré-en-Charnie, Jacky Bassereau’s list was up against that of Patrice Coutelle. Only eight candidates were elected for the 11 seats to be filled. The municipality will therefore see a 2nd round. Eight members of Jacky Bassereau’s team have been chosen.
In Fontenay-sur-Vègre, as in 2014, outgoing mayor Monique Lhopital faced Catherine Girault. The members of the first list obtained the 11 seats.
The share of voters is 61.86%. This corresponds to a drop in participation of 6.44 points compared to that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections.
In Loué, Catherine Paineau’s list ran against that of Anthony Mussard, who won the vote. It obtained 543 votes out of 1,509 registered voters. The team is allocated 16 seats on the council compared to only three for the team of the county councilor.
In the city, the participation rate stands at 59.58%. This is a lower result than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (62.18%). The percentages of blank and invalid votes are identical and stand at 1.45%.
In Maigné, Cédric Boul appeared before five members of the “Youth and citizenship, the transition for Maigné” list. The first list wins 10 seats. Ivan Mallard, from the second list, will occupy a seat on the municipal council.
In Pirmil, the list led by Christian Chotard against that of the outgoing mayor, Gaël Lagneau-Deret, won the 15 council seats. There is a high participation rate in the municipality of 76.79%.
The counting lasted until late at night in an electric atmosphere. The gendarmerie regularly visited the town hall to temper the atmosphere.
In Saint-Denis-d´Orques, the list “A village for all, All for our village” was up against that of “Acting together for Saint-Denis-d´Orques”. The latter won the 16 seats on the municipal council.
In Vallon-sur-Gée, the list of Dany Paris, assistant to the outgoing mayor, was presented opposite that of Davy Appiano. All the candidates on the first list were elected. They will occupy the 15 seats of the municipal council.
In the city, the share of voters is 59.64%. This is a result comparable to that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (59.26%).
Municipalities with a single list
In Amné-en-Champagne, the list of Gérard Joly, alone in the running, wins. Out of 383 registered, 50.91% abstain from Amné. This is a larger result than in 2014 (20.05%).
In Auvers-sous-Montfaucon, Stéphane Bru, the only candidate in the running, won the vote. 109 voters in the municipality exercise their right to vote, which constitutes a participation rate of 61.58%.
In Avessé, the list of Daniel Rieucros, the only candidate, won the 11 seats on the board. He will take over from Gaëtan Gerbault. Of 283 registered, 55.83% abstain at Avessé. This rate is higher than that of 2014, which was 30.34%.
In Brains-sur-Gée, Paulo Baptista, the only candidate, was elected. For this first round in Brains-sur-Gée, the abstention rate is 58.3%. This corresponds to a abstention 24.97 points higher than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections.
In Brûlon, it is no surprise that Daniel Coudreuse, mayor of the town since 2001, was re-elected by the locals. Alone in the running, he obtained 31.66% of the vote. For this first round, the abstention rate is 59.83%. This is a higher result than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (36.18%).
In Chassillé, Michel Legendre, mayor since 2002, was again elected. At the end of the first round, the participation rate rose to 50.77% of Chassillé registrants.
In Chevillé, the List of Guy Muller, the only candidate in the town, wins 11 seats. He will succeed Fabien Lorne, mayor since 2008. In the municipality, the abstention rate stands at 50.99%.
In Epineu-le-Chevreuil, Sébastien Huet, outgoing mayor and sole candidate, was re-elected. 132 out of 254 registered voters participate in the poll, which represents a participation rate of 51.97%.
In Joué-en-Charnie, no surprise. The list led by Régis Noir, mayor since 2014, has passed to the first round. The municipality has a participation rate of 53.3%. This result is lower than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (70.25%).
In Longnes, Stéphane Cribier, the only candidate in the running, was elected. The abstention rate was 53.64%.
In Mareil-en-Champagne, Christophe Busson will take over from the outgoing mayor, Jean-Claude Roget with 58.60% of the votes. The participation rate is 58.95%. This is a result below that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (82.02%).
In Noyen-sur-Sarthe, the list of Jean-Louis Morice, outgoing mayor, wins. The abstention rate was 61.85%. This result is higher than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (36.95%).
In Poillé-sur-Vègre, Maurice Duluard passed on his list, alone in the running. The abstention rate is 54.56%. This is a higher result than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (32.48%).
In Saint-Christophe-en-Champagne, Marcel Geslot, outgoing mayor, and his 11 running mate, are elected. The participation rate was 59.88%.
In Saint-Ouen-en-Champagne, Dominique Guerriau’s list was elected. The share of voters is 50.28%.
In Saint-Pierre-des-Bois, the list of the outgoing mayor, Florent Portais, alone in the running, wins. The municipality has a participation rate of 55.41%. This result is lower than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections (70.67%).
In Tassé, Catherine Lemercier’s list is elected. 125 city registrants put ballot papers in the ballot box, representing a turnout of 56.05%. This result is lower than that of the first round of the 2014 municipal elections, which amounted to 81.6%.
In Tassillé, Gaëtan Vallée, mayor since 2014, was re-elected. 68 out of 98 registrants slipped a ballot, which represents a turnout of 69.39%.
In Viré-en-Champagne, the list of Catherine Paulouin, alone in the running, wins. 85 out of 163 voters go to the polls, which represents a participation rate of 52.15%.