Formed in 1989, it contested both the European elections of 1989 and 1994 without success. In 1999, it obtained six seats, led by Jean Saint-Josse who was at the top of the list. It lost all representation at the following election to the European Parliament in 2004, when it obtained less than the minimum 3% of votes that allow a party to be reimbursed for campaign expenses. Consequently, it faced a deficit of 300,000 euros. At one stage, it had 32 regional councillors, but lost all of them in that same year. After these problems, most members of the CPNT have joined the UMP or the Movement for France, but the party is still in existence, and nominated Frédéric Nihous, a hunter from Northern France, as a candidate in the Presidential election of 2007. Nihous won 1,15% of votes only, much lower than Jean Saint-Josse in 2002.
|Election year||Candidate||# of 1st round votes||% of 1st round vote||# of 2nd round votes||% of 2nd round vote|
|Election year||# of 1st round votes||% of 1st round vote||# of 2nd round votes||% of 2nd round vote||# of seats|
|Election year||# of votes||% of overall vote||# of seats won|
|Election year||% of overall vote||total # of seats won (23 regions)|
|1992||?||29 in 13 regions|
|1998||?||32 in 17 regions|
In 2001 cantonal, the party polled 0.73% and won 4 seats. In the 2004 cantonal the party polled only 0.14% and failed to win or re-elect any incumbents. The party won two seats in the French cantonal elections, 2008.
Source : Election-Politique.com 
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