Most of these elected officials, often newborns, belong to the two main opposition parties, the La France Insumis (LFI) and the National Assembly (RN).
Katiana Levavasseur (RN, Eure), 51, maintenance worker at a supermarket
The daughter of an ambulance driver and a nursing assistant, a BEP sales holder, this anti-municipal councilor has been in Newburgh since 2020 (4,200 residents) wanting to protect small-scale employment in France who, like me, get up very early (…) every hour To earn 11.75 euros (total, editor’s note) “. Mr Macron “still treated us as illiterate, Holland treated us toothless. So a while ago, we realized we would never be respected.”
Jorys Bovet (RN, Allier), 29, delivery driver
It wants to fight poverty and lack of industry. “I’ve worked since I was 16. I know everyone’s life. And I’ve seen purchasing power deteriorate over the years,” he told the daily La Montagne.
Jose Beurine (RN, Eisen), 50, blind piano tuner and vice-champion of France in bodybuilding
Coming from the “working class”, the former employee of a music store in Soissons, a disability pension beneficiary, said he was tempted by RN’s “welcome and welfare”.
Sébastien Delogu (LFI, Marseille), 35, taxi driver
The son of a taxi driver and a clothing salesman, he received a patent as a free candidate and began working as a ready-to-wear salesman and security guard at the age of 18. In 2016, he fought the “Uberization” of the taxi business.
Mathilde Hignet (LFI, Ille-et-Vilaine), 29, a farm worker on her parents’ organic farm
“I didn’t think for a long time. I didn’t want to be blabbering on in my corner. I said to myself: ‘Why not me?'” He explained to AFP. During the campaign, “I had a good response. People tell me: you look like us, you talk like us.”
Rachel Kéké (LFI, Val-de-Marne), 47, Chamberlain
The 47-year-old Franco-Ivarian and mother of 5 children, she has defined herself as a “warrior” and wants to bring the voices of “invisible” workers to the rally. This CGT worker became known during a 22-month strike by chambermaids at the Ibis Batignolles Hotel in Paris between 2019 and 2021, when she rallied to improve the working conditions of cleaning women in the face of management contempt.
Ségolène Amiot (LFI, Loire-Atlantique), 36, Insurance Teleoperators
A member of the CHSCT, he believes it is a “complex mission when laws are made for employers”. An employee of the Aides Association and the Nantes LGBT Center since 2007, she has intervened in schools to prevent sexually transmitted infections.
Andy Kerbratt (LFI, Lower-Atlantic), 31, telephone consultant and LGBT worker at a car support platform
He was a representative of the CGT union for four years before Nantes became involved in politics during the 2020 municipal elections.
Christine Lower (RN, Eure), 45, carer
The daughter of a butcher and a stay-at-home mother, mother of three, she has been a member of the RN for two years. He lives in Verniel-sur-Avr 40, 40 kilometers south of Evreux.
Antoine Vilediu (RN, Haute-Saun), 33, is a police officer
A former professional boxer, he is a spokesman for FPIP, a police union on the right. He was elected municipal councilor in Vesole in 2020 on a right-wing list, before resigning a month and a half later out of sympathy for the RN.
Stephanie Galzi (RN, Herald), 40, a temporary employee of the Beziers Post Office
A single mother, the daughter of a garbage collector and a cleaning lady, she defines herself as the “French woman of the people”, paying more than 300 euros a month for diesel.
Serge Mueller (RN, Dordogne), 46, caring
Almost accidentally entering politics, his father was a crane operator-docker in Toulon and his mother was a salesman and then a mother at home. He was elected burger.