Voters replaced candidates from the left and right parties which have dominated French politics for decades with outside candidates. There will.
In France, Voters Swept Away Mainstream Presidential Candidates. By Frank Langfitt • 1 hour ago. Related Program: Morning Edition...
France voters swept away mainstream presidential candidates -- triLANGFITT: And, Rachel, a little more perspective on this. It's one of France's top universities. More recently, you know, you've seen a lot of industrial job loss because of global competition. MARTIN: All right, so what do these candidates stand for?
France voters swept away mainstream presidential candidates -- tour
He just doesn't have much background. For more on this political earthquake and what it means, we turn now to NPR's Frank Langfitt, who is in Paris for us. And here's where I would say there's a real common thread. It's like if neither a Republican, neither a Democrat would have won the election. Macron just created his party last year. She's run sort of a France-first campaign, all about tightening borders, anti-immigrant stance, tough on terrorism.