Candidate in the 6th constituency of Calvados, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne emerged victorious in the second round of the legislative elections with 52.3% of the vote.
A reassuring victory for Together. In the 6e constituency of Calvados, Elisabeth Borne, the Prime Minister, won in the second round of the legislative elections, with 52.3% of the votes cast, according to the latest figures disclosed by the Ministry of the Interior.
In her duel, Elisabeth Borne beat the candidate of the New People’s Ecological and Social Union (Nupes), Noé Gauchard, who won 47.7% of the vote.
A successful first test
Born in Paris, the Prime Minister had put forward her Norman origins to present herself in Calvados. His maternal grandfather, Marcel Lescène, was mayor of Livarot, in the east of the department.
This ballot was the first test for Elisabeth Borne who has never exercised an elected mandate. With this success, Elisabeth Borne retains her post at Matignon and will leave her seat in the National Assembly to her deputy Freddy Sertin, clinic director and close to Edouard Philippe’s Horizons party.
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