Sabioveronese regional elections, 2020

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Sabioveronese regional elections, 2020

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2 governorships and 3 prefectures
  ApolloCerwyn.jpg Virny 2016.jpg
Leader Apollo Cerwyn Shounn Virny
Party Democrat Liberal
Leader since 10 May 2016 30 June 2019
Last election 2 governorships
3 prefectures
0 governorships
0 prefectures

Sabioveronese elections map 2018.png
Map of the 2020 regional and local elections in Sabia and Verona.
Above, in green, the regions which held electios;
below, the prefectures which held elections

Regional and local elections are to be held in Sabia and Verona on 26 July 2020. The governors of the central regions, Alios and Gonn, as well as the prefects (mayors) of Gonn's three prefectures (Kotavari, Monesari and Sato) will be elected. The election date was set by the Electoral Commission of Sabia and Verona in January 2020, at the same time as the date of the 2020 parliamentary election.[1]

The 2019 regional and local elections resulted in important gains for the Democratic Party, which gained in all the elections it contested. Democratic incumbents won in the gubernatorial election in Gonn and in local elections in Sato and Kotavari; a Liberal incumbent was unseated in Monesari, and the only independent, Alios governor Étienne Boulin, stood down, letting Democratic candidate Andreina Rossini win the governorship.[2]

Overview

Type of election Quantity
Regional election (Governor) 2
Local election (Prefect) 3

Regional elections

Alios

Incumbent Andreina Rossini, of the Democratic Party, is running for a second term. She won for the first time in 2019, succeeding Étienne Boulin.[2]

Alios regional election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Democrat Andreina Rossini (incumbent) TBD TBD
Liberal TBD TBD TBD
Total votes TBD 100%
Registered voters/turnout TBD TBD

Gonn

Incumbent governor Dovedán Pashor (Democrat) announced his intention to run for a third term in June 2020. Before being elected governor, Pashor had served as prefect of Kotavari and leader of the Left Alliance.[2]

Gonn regional election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Democrat Dovedán Pashor (incumbent) TBD TBD
Liberal TBD TBD TBD
Total votes TBD 100%
Registered voters/turnout TBD TBD

Local elections

Kotavari

Kotavari local election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Democrat Amanita Aħari (incumbent) TBD TBD
Liberal Balthassar Valoty TBD TBD
Total votes TBD 100%
Registered voters/turnout TBD TBD

Monesari

Monesari local election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Democrat Berth Jens (incumbent) TBD TBD
Liberal Marie-Antoinette Arosaky TBD TBD
Total votes TBD 100%
Registered voters/turnout TBD TBD

Sato

Sato local election, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Democrat Rosso Gomu (incumbent) TBD TBD
Liberal Qian An TBD TBD
Independent Ignatius Lockhart TBD TBD
Total votes TBD 100%
Registered voters/turnout TBD TBD

References