The Nupes did not even leave crumbs to their opponents in Seine-Saint-Denis. She was a full house there by winning the 12 seats of deputies in this department, a first since 1981. She held seven of the twelve local constituencies of the outgoing legislature.
Unsurprisingly, outgoing LFI deputies Éric Coquerel, Stéphane Peu and Bastien Lachaud were re-elected with flying colors, with scores around 70-80%. Alexis Corbière had won him in the first round.
The LFI Clémentine Autain and the PCF Soumya Bourouaha, a newcomer who takes up the torch from Marie-George Buffet in the 4th district, have the particularity of having collected 100% of the votes. A rising star in the rebellious ranks, the former spokesperson for Attac Aurélie Trouvou largely dominated the presidential majority candidate Alexandre Saada, for his first candidacy for the legislative elections in the 9th district.
In a small earthquake at the local level, Raquel Garrido (Nupes) overthrew in the 5th constituency the president of the UDI Jean-Christophe Lagarde, who was seeking a fifth term.
Finally, the three deputies Together! incumbents gave up their seats to the socialist Fatiha Keloua-Hachi, the rebellious Thomas Portes and the representative of the Independent Workers’ Party (POI) Jérôme Legavre. LR Alain Ramadier bowed to LFI candidate Nadège Abomangoli.