One ballot can hide another.
The second rounds of the six partial legislative elections took place on Sunday in almost general indifference, invisible in particular by the senatorial elections.
Their organization aimed to replace five deputies elected mayors and whose substitutes did not wish to take over.
A partial in the Yvelines was also used to designate a successor to Nadia Hai, former LREM deputy, appointed to the government last July.
These six elections, marked by massive abstention, offered the Republicans or the Socialist Party a small revenge against La République en Marche, eliminated everywhere in the first round.
In Maine-et-Loire, candidate LR Anne-Laure Blin won her duel against EELV candidate Daphnée Ravenau (61.1% against 38.9%).
On the left, the PS candidate Gérard Leseul won in Seine-Maritime, with more than 70%, against the candidate RN Jean-Cyril Montier.
In Reunion, Karine Lebon, the candidate of the United Left (For Reunion, PS, LFI) savored her victory against the various right candidate, Audrey Fontaine (71.96% against 28.04%).
In three of the six constituencies, the count continued after 8 p.m.
In Val-de-Marne, PS candidate Isabelle Santiago also had to take advantage of her comfortable lead in the first round (33.7% against 17.4%) to win against EELV candidate Sandra Régol.
Sunday evening, the PS claimed victory at the end of a campaign marked by strong rivalries between the two left parties.
In the Yvelines, the right hoped to win with the LR candidate, Philippe Benassaya, who came first in the first round, ahead of the Génération.s candidate, Sandrine Grandgambe (36.7% against 24.9%).
The Republicans also hoped to keep their seat in the Haut-Rhin capitalizing on the lead of Yves Hemedinger against the environmental candidate Frédéric Hilbert (45.39% against 23.53%).