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2004 Union for a Popular Movement leadership election

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2004 Union for a Popular Movement leadership election

← 2002 28 November 2004 (2004-11-28) 2012 →
 
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Candidate Nicolas Sarkozy Nicolas Dupont-Aignan Christine Boutin
Party UMP DLR UMP
Popular vote 60 266 6 443 4 121
Percentage 85.09% 9.10% 5.82%

President before election

Alain Juppé

Elected President

Nicolas Sarkozy

The 2004 Union for a Popular Movement leadership election was held on November 28, 2004 to elect the leadership of the French Union for a Popular Movement (Union pour un mouvement populaire, UMP). The congress was organized after the UMP's first president, Alain Juppé, was forced to resign from the party's presidency following his conviction in a corruption scandal.

Nicolas Sarkozy, the finance minister and main intraparty rival of incumbent President Jacques Chirac easily won the UMP's presidency and thereafter focused the party machinery on his candidacy in the 2007 presidential election.

Presidential candidates

Candidates seeking to run for the party presidency needed to win the endorsements of at least 3% of party members. Each candidate created a "ticket" with two other party members for the offices of vice-president and secretary-general of the UMP.

Results

UMP leadership election results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
UMP Nicolas Sarkozy / Jean-Claude Gaudin and Pierre Méhaignerie 60 266 85.09
DLR Nicolas Dupont-Aignan / Élisabeth Laithier and Rachid Kaci 6 443 9.10
UMP Christine Boutin / Jean-Bernard Milliard and Vincent You 4 121 5.82

References

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