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#4950: More on Election Results (fwd)
From: Max Blanchet <MaxBlanchet@worldnet.att.net>
I have also checked the results of the elections
of April 6, 1997.
Here again the source is LibŤte, May7 - 13, 1997, # 239,
pages 5 - 10.
Here are the results for two departments:
NAME PARTY VOTES %
LASSEGUE Marie Laurence PLB 36,404 30.66
NEPTUNE Yvon FL 30,056 25.31
PARENT J.J. Clark PADEMH 11,796 9.93
DAMUS Pierre Gasner OPL 10,187 8.58
LEGROS Michel RANF“ 10,172 8.57
BOUZI Jean Lionel PAPP 6,205 5.23
ANDRE Jean Max MOP 3,798 3.20
JEAN-PIERRE Erl Rudolph INDP 2,377 2.00
BELLERICE Jean Auguste PENH 1,902 1.60
DUMAS Jean Arnold PNDT 1,542 1.30
ADAM Joseph Leon CDSH 1,461 1.23
JEANTY Louis Eddy INDP 1,262 1.06
In 1997, the totality of the votes for all candidates was
taken into account to compute the percentage for each
candidate. Thus, LASSEGUE obtained:
36,404x100/118,736 or 30.66%.
LASSEGUE and NEPTUNE would have had to go to a
CELESTIN J. M. Fourel FL 26,131 51.88
PIERRE-LOUIS Serge OPL 12,608 25.03
MARTINEZ Jean-Robert INDP 6,738 13.38
MATHIEU Remy INDP 3,136 6.23
JEAN-BAPTISTE, Joel INDP 1,754 3.48
Accordingly, CELESTIN would have won outright.
Note here that the total was not adjusted since only one seat
was at stake.
These elections were cancelled following the publication
of the Lissade Commission report which undermined their
LET ME STRESS ONCE AGAIN THAT IN 1997, THE
METHODOLOGY USED IN MAY 2000 WHICH TOOK
INTO ACCOUNT ONLY THE VOTES OF THE TOP
FOUR VOTE GETTERS WAS NOT USED.