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Murcian parliamentary election, 2003

Murcian parliamentary election, 2003

1999 ←
25 May 2003
→ 2007

All 45 seats in the Regional Assembly of Murcia
23 seats needed for a majority

Registered
934,896 2.6%

Turnout
654,253 (70.0%)
2.3 pp

 
First party
Second party
Third party

 

Leader
Ramón Luis Valcárcel
Ramón Ortiz
Cayetano Jaime

Party
PP
PSOE
IU

Leader since
5 October 1991
1995
2001

Last election
26 seats, 52.8%
18 seats, 35.9%
1 seat, 7.0%

Seats won
28
16
1

Seat change
2
2
±0

Popular vote
367,710
221,392
36,754

Percentage
56.7%
34.1%
5.7%

Swing
3.9 pp
1.8 pp
1.3 pp

President before election
Ramón Luis Valcárcel
PP

Elected President
Ramón Luis Valcárcel
PP

The 2003 Murcian parliamentary election was held on Sunday, 25 May 2003, to elect the 6th Regional Assembly of Murcia, the regional legislature of the Spanish autonomous community of the Region of Murcia. At stake were all 45 seats in the Assembly, determining the President of the Region of Murcia.

Contents

1 Electoral system
2 Results

2.1 Overall

3 References

Electoral system[edit]
The number of seats in the Regional Assembly of Murcia was set to a fixed-number of 45. All Assembly members were elected in 5 multi-member districts using the D’Hondt method and a closed-list proportional representation system. Unlike other regions, districts did not coincide with provincial limits, being determined by law as such:

District One, comprising the municipalities of: Lorca, Aguilas, Puerto Lumbreras, Totana, Alhama de Murcia, Librilla, Aledo and Mazarrón.
District Two, comprising the municipalities of: Cartagena, La Unión, Fuente Alamo de Murcia, Torre-Pacheco, San Javier and San Pedro del Pinatar.
District Three, comprising the municipalities of: Murcia, Alcantarilla, Beniel, Molina de Segura, Alguazas, Las Torres de Cotillas, Lorquí, Ceutí, Cieza, Abarán, Blanca, Archena, Ricote, Ulea, Villanueva del Río Segura, Ojós, Fortuna, Abanilla and Santomera.
District Four, comprising the municipalities of: Caravaca, Cehegín, Calasparra, Moratalla, Bullas, Pliego, Mula, Albudeite and Campos del Río.
District Five, comprising the municipalities of: Jumilla and Yecla.

Voting was on the basis of universal suffrage in a secret ballot. Only lists polling above 5% of valid votes in all of the community (which include blank ballots—for none of the above) were entitled to enter the seat distribution. This meant that in t
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