Who is Alessandra Todde, the new governor of Sardinia after the 2024 regional elections

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Who is Alessandra Todde, the new governor of Sardinia after the 2024 regional elections

Regional elections 2024

Alessandra Todde won the 2024 regional elections in Sardinia. Exponent of the 5 Star Movement, but also supported by the lists of the Democratic Party and the Green-Left Alliance. Todde is a 55-year-old entrepreneur, born in Nuoro, and was deputy minister for economic development in the Draghi government. He won with over 45% of the vote.

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The new president of the Sardinia Region is Alessandra Todde. The former vice-president of the 5 Star Movement, also supported by the Democratic Party and the Green-Left Alliance, won the 2024 regional elections in Sardinia with 45.4% of the votes. It is the first time since 2015 – when Vincenzo De Luca won in Campania – that the centre-right has lost the leadership of a Region. Todde, a 55-year-old member of the M5s, was born in Nuoro and is an entrepreneur in the energy sector: during the Draghi government she held the position of deputy minister for economic development. In Sardinia he won with a margin of a few tenths of a point compared to his main competitor, the former mayor of Cagliari Paolo Truzzu, supported by the centre-right. The outgoing governor, Christian Solinas, had not been re-nominated by the centre-right parties.

Who is Alessandra Todde, winner of the 2024 regional elections in Sardinia

Alessandra Todde, 55 years old, was born on 6 February 1969 in Nuoro. She is an entrepreneur with experience especially in the technology and energy sectors: in 2014 she won the Aidda Sardegna award as entrepreneur of the year. Her entry into politics is quite recent, and her first election in Parliament – as a deputy of the 5 Star Movement – took place in the last elections in September 2022. Previously she had been undersecretary for Economic Development in the second Conte government and deputy minister in the same department during the Draghi government. In 2019 she ran for office in the European elections, again with the M5s, but was not elected despite receiving 88,000 preferences.

Alessandra Todde wins with over 45% of the preferences, who were the other candidates

Todde won by obtaining 45.4% of the total votes. He achieved success with a very narrow advantage over his other main competitor, the mayor of Cagliari and exponent of Fratelli d'Italia Paolo Truzzu, who stopped at 45%. However, the result for the third candidate, the former regional president and former secretary of the Democratic Party Renato Soru, was disappointing, stopping at 8.6%. The independentist candidate Lucia Chessa took 1%.

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