French cantonal elections, 1994

French cantonal elections, 1994

"Cantonale" elections to renew canton general councillors were held in France on March 20 and 24, 1994.

Electoral System

The cantonales elections use the same system as the regional or legislative elections. There is a 10% threshold (10% of "registered" voters) needed to proceed to the second round.

Change in Control

From right to left

* Gironde
* Dordogne
* Réunion

From left to right


National Results


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