Ballots open for administrative elections in over a thousand municipalities, for regional elections in Calabria and for supplementary elections to the Chamber. Here are the shots of political personalities at the polling stations to post their ballot papers:
1/11 Turin – Stefano Lo Russo
The candidate supported by the center-left Stefano Lo Russo voted at the Eugenio Montale elementary school in Turin.
2/11 Turin – Paolo Damilano
The entrepreneur, expression of the Turin center-right, has posted his electoral scehda at the Vittorio Alfieri high school.
3/11 Torino – Valentina Sganga
The political heir of Chiara Appendino voted shortly after 11 at the 23rd seat, in the Volta classical high school. She arrived at the polling station accompanied by Fabio Versaci, a pentastellato municipal councilor and his life partner.
4/11 Milan – Silvio Berlusconi
Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi voted at the polling station in via Ruffini, not far from the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which hosts Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper.
5/11 Milan – Luca Bernardo
The head of pediatrics of the Fatebenefratelli candidate for the Milanese municipal authorities expressed his preference in the seat of the Angelo Mauri middle school, section 373.
6/11 Milan – Beppe Sala
The current mayor of the capital has deposited his card in the urn of the Giuseppe Parini classical high school.
7/11 Rome – Virginia Raggi
The Capitoline mayor voted at the polling station in Octavia. “Excuse me, it takes me a moment – he said – folding the card is not easy”.
8/11 Rome – Giorgia Meloni
The leader of the Brothers of Italy arrived shortly after 11 at the polling station in the Mostacciano district to vote
10/11 Rome – Carlo Calenda
The leader of Action and former Minister of Economic Development showed up at the polling station accompanied by his wife.
11/11 Rome – Roberto Gualtieri
The Pd candidate and former Economy Minister Roberto Gualtieri voted for the Monteverde seat.