Rimini, Cattolica, Montescudo-Montecolombo, Novafeltria, Pennabilli and Sassofeltrio read the new mayor. Today at 7 the polling stations were opened for the first day of the call to vote, with the polls that They will close at 11pm and then close on Monday from 7am to 3pm. To be admitted to the vote, voters must exhibit the electoral card together with the identity card. The Green Pass is not required for access to the buildings where you vote.
In Rimini, 6 candidates for mayor compete against each other, for a total of 21 lists and 596 candidates for councilors to the 32 seats of the municipal council. Jamil Sadegholvaad (with a coalition formed by Pd, Rimini Coraggiosa, Europa Verde, Lista Jamil, Rimini Futura), Enzo Ceccarelli (with a coalition formed by Lega, Fratelli d’Italia, Casa dei Moderati, Popolo delle Famiglia, Renaissance, We Love Rimini, Frisoni with Ceccarelli), Gloria Lisi (with a coalition formed by M5S, Rimini List for Gloria Lisi, Rimini List for Companies, A green future for Rimini, Rimini Well-being, A Political party ), Mario Erbetta (Erbetta mayor), Sergio Valentini (Rimini in the Municipality) and Matteo Angelini (Movimento 3V).
The turnout at 12.00. In Rimini 13.65% voted, while five years ago 17.11% went to the polling stations at the same time. 12.12% of those with voting rights voted in Cattolica. In the previous call to the polls it was 17.49%. In Montescudo-Montecolombo 11.56% voted (16.34% the previous percentage). In Pennabilli 13.98% voted (23.01 in the previous call to the polls), while in Sassofeltrio 20.03% (25.36%).