2021 administrative elections: Milan, Naples and Bologna in the center-left. Ballot in Rome and Turin
As for the list vote, the Democratic Party is the first party with 33.9%. Detached Alloy at 10.7%, Fdi at 9.8% and Fi at 7.1%
Turin, center-left in front with Lo Russo
In Turin Stefano Lo Russo (center-left) is ahead with over 43.9%, followed by Paolo Damilano (center-right), just under 38.9%. M5s candidate Valentina Sganga stopped at 9%.
Also in Turin in the list vote the Democratic Party is the first party with 28.6%. In the center-right the civic list of Damilano takes first place with 11.9%, ahead of Fdi with 10.5% and Lega with 9.8%
Naples, Manfredi wins hands down in the first round
In Naples, the center-left candidate (supported by the M5s) Gaetano Manfredi is unrivaled. And he won in the first round with 63% of the votes, about triple that of the center-right candidate Catello Maresca, with 21.8%. The former mayor Antonio Bassolino is at 8.2% and the former councilor of the De Magistris junta, Alessandra Clemente, at 5.6%. It should be emphasized that the M5s with 9.7% is not decisive for Manfredi’s victory in the first round
In Bologna, first victory for Lepore
Clear success at the municipal also in Bologna for the center-left candidate Matteo Lepore (also supported by the M5s) who reaches 61.9%, doubling Battistini (center-right) still at 29.6%. In the city the Democratic Party is the first party with 36.5% while the M5s does not go beyond 3.4% and also in this case it is irrelevant compared to the victory of Lepore. In the center-right, the first party is Fdi with 12.6, followed by the League at 7.7%.