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Canton of Saint-Malo-Sud

The canton of Saint-Malo-Sud is a canton of France, located in the arrondissement of Saint-Malo, in the Ille-et-Vilaine département, Brittany région.

Composition

The canton contains the following communes:

Election results

The canton of Saint-Malo-Sud is represented in the general council of Ille-et-Vilaine department by Socialist councillor Jacky Le Menn.

Results

Cantonale Election 2004: Saint-Malo-Sud
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PS Le Menn 4,239 33.76
UMP Lurton 4,958 39.48
The Greens Le Brelot 1,121 8.93
FN Beaujean 921 7.33
Revolutionary Communist League Pierre Chapa 519 4.13
Left Radical Gaillard 308 2.45
Far-left Floriat 251 2.00
PCF Le Sager 241 1.92
Turnout 12 558 61.57
PS Le Menn 5,787 50.83
UMP Lurton 5,599 49.17
Turnout 11,386 55.75
PS hold Swing

1998

Cantonale Election 2004: Saint-Malo-Sud
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PS Le Menn 2,711 28.97
UDF Lurton 2,452 26.20
Miscellaneous right Goger 2,159 23.07
FN Mary 727 7.77
Breton Democratic Union Henri Gourmelen 489 5.23
PCF Le Sager 391 4.18
Far-left Groisier 211 2.25
Far-right Cazal 190 2.03
Miscellaneous Dehergne 28 0.30
Turnout 9,358 54.74
PS Le Menn 4,261 50.22
UDF Lurton 4,223 49.78
Turnout 8,981 50.07
PS gain from Miscellaneous right Swing

Coordinates: 48°37′04″N 1°57′27″W / 48.61778°N 1.95750°W / 48.61778; -1.95750

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