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Depuis 04/2018: Directeur de Cabinet du Président LR de la Communauté d’agglomération de Montargis (65 000 hab.), Frank SUPPLISSON.       

2001-2018, Directeur de Cabinet du Député-Président UMP de la Communauté d’agglomération de Montargis (64 000 hab.), Jean-Pierre DOOR.           

Fév. à mai 2002, Membre de l'Equipe de campagne de Jacques CHIRAC, élection présidentielle,  QG du Tapis Rouge. Co-rédacteur du Projet Tourisme.

2001-2008, Conseiller municipal UMP (RPR) d’opposition de Mennecy (13500 hab.).

1998-2000, Secrétaire Général du Syndicat National des Agences de Voyages, à Paris.

Janv. à mai 1995,  Membre de l'Equipe de campagne de Jacques CHIRAC, élection présidentielle, QG d’Iéna.

1993-1997, Attaché Parlementaire à l’Assemblée Nationale du Député RPR de la Corrèze Bernard MURAT.

1992-1993, Directeur de Cabinet du Maire RPR de Houilles (30 000 hab.).

Mars à mai 1991, Attaché Parlementaire stagiaire à l’Assemblée Nationale du Député RPR de la Vienne J.Y CHAMARD. 

 

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2006, Auditeur 17ème session de l’Institut National des Hautes Etudes de Sécurité (INHES).

1994, Cycle de perfectionnement des Assistants Parlementaires (ENA).

1991, Maîtrise A.E.S option administration des entreprises (Université Paris XII). 1990, Licence d’Administration Publique (IPAG, Université Paris XII). 1989,  DUT-GEA Finances-Comptabilité (Sceaux, Université Paris XI).

1986, Baccalauréat B (Lycée militaire d’Aix-en-Provence). 1983, Brevet des Collèges (Collège militaire d'Autun). 1979,  Ecole nationale Hériot, La Boissière.

 

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Ancien Enfant de Troupe (AET). Service militaire (91/12): Brigadier-chef au 1er Régiment du Train, 101°escadron circulation transport.  Brevet Préparation Militaire Parachutiste. Président d'honneur de Fidélité Gaulliste (ARGP). Membre de l'Association Française des Collaborateurs Parlementaires. Membre du Bureau de l’Association Les Plus Beaux Détours de France. Membre de l’association Les Roues dans l’AME. Médaille du Tourisme. Divorcé, 3 enfants.

10 novembre 2016 4 10 /11 /novembre /2016 12:53
United States presidential election, 2016
United States
2012 ←November 8, 2016→ 2020

538 members of the Electoral College
270 electoral votes needed to win
Turnout55.6%[1] 0.7%
 Donald Trump August 19, 2015 3 by 2.jpg
Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
NomineeDonald TrumpHillary Clinton 
PartyRepublicanDemocratic
Home stateNew YorkNew York
Running mateMike PenceTim Kaine
Projected electoral vote306[2][3][4]232[2][3][4]
States carried30 + ME-0220 + DC
Popular vote59,692,974[5]59,923,027[5]
Percentage47.5%47.7%

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Presidential election results map. Red denotes states projected for Trump/Pence; Blue denotes those projected for Clinton/Kaine. Numbers indicate electoral votes alloted to the winner of each state. The electoral college will vote on December 19, 2016.

* 3 of Maine's electoral votes have been projected for Clinton/Kaine while 1 of the state's electoral votes has been projected for Trump/Pence.


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Barack Obama
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President-elect

Donald Trump
Republican

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