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PARIS, FRANCE (FEBRUARY 26, 2020) (REUTERS) ***WARNING: CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** HIDALGO AT CAMPAIGN RALLY SHOUTING (French): "LONG LIVE PARIS", WAVING TO SUPPORTERS VARIOUS OF HIDALGO WAVING TO SUPPORTERS WAVING FLAGS HIDALGO CLAPPING WITH SUPPORTERS ON STAGE PARIS, FRANCE (FEBRUARY 26, 2020) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF HIDALGO ON ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH BOAT TARA AS IT ARRIVES IN PARIS, WITH TEAM OF SCIENTISTS RIVER SEINE, EIFFEL TOWER IN BACKGROUND HIDALGO POINTING AT SKYLINE (SOUNDBITE) (French) MAYOR OF PARIS AND CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION, ANNE HIDALGO, SAYING: "I am active on ecological issues because I realised quickly, first of all as a teenager but then when I was a councillor before I even became mayor, the impact we have on our environment and the danger we expose living creatures and our own children." PARIS, FRANCE (MARCH 9, 2020) (REUTERS) DATI SUPPORTERS CLAPPING, SHOUTING AT CAMPAIGN RALLY DATI CLAPPING AND SMILING ON STAGE AT END OF RALLY SUPPORTERS CLAPPING DATI WALKING ON STAGE WITH FORMER PRESIDENT AND ALLY, NICOLAS SARKOZY VARIOUS OF DATI AND SARKOZY ON STAGE SIGN AT DATI RALLY READING (French): "DATI FOR PARIS" (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARIS MAYORAL CANDIDATE FROM CONSERVATIVE THE REPUBLICANS PARTY, RACHIDA DATI, SAYING: "We're still here, more of us than ever, more determined than ever, propelled by a tide which is rising higher every day. They weren't expecting us, they didn't see our forces grow." DATI ON STAGE VINCENNES, FRANCE (MARCH 11, 2020) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (French) DIRECTOR OF THE POLITICS DEPARTMENT OF POLLSTERS HARRIS INTERACTIVE, JEAN-DANIEL LEVY, SAYING: "Voting for Rachida Dati you can clearly see what you might get -- basically, security, cleanliness. Voting for Hidalgo, in simple terms it's voting for more social support, more ecology. Voting for Agnes Buzyn is more difficult for voters to understand, during a campaign which is relatively short, and where we can see there are doubts about her ability to put in place the manifesto she could be elected on." PARIS, FRANCE (MARCH 6, 2020) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING IN STREET SACRE COEUR BASILICA THREE WOMEN SITTING ON STEPS IN FRONT OF BASILICA VINCENNES, FRANCE (MARCH 11, 2020) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (French) DIRECTOR OF THE POLITICS DEPARTMENT OF POLLSTERS HARRIS INTERACTIVE, JEAN-DANIEL LEVY, SAYING: "It's a coincidence, and not one at the same time. It's a coincidence that there are three women who are running against each other because for The Republicans or LREM women do not always take centre stage. But it's also not a coincidence because women have been becoming more numerous generally in political life and the French are less hesitant about voting for a woman than in the past, be that male or women voters." PARIS, FRANCE (MARCH 11, 2020) (REUTERS) MARKET VARIOUS OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STALL (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARISIAN, VIRGINIE VENET, SAYING: "There are lots of women, three women who are the main candidates, and they're all descended from immigrants so I think that's great." CAFE (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARISIAN, VIRGINIE VENET, SAYING: "Hidalgo has done a lot for Paris. I don't agree with her on everything, it's not about political parties, but I think she's moved Paris forward a lot on green issues." (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARISIAN, JEAN PREVOT, SAYING: "I think that the candidates and what they want is the same. Everything is green, that's what I've seen. Green on the right, green on the left, the centre is going to be green too and in the end I'm a bit nervous because what's the point of the green party?" (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARISIAN, DANIELE ILACQUA, SAYING: "(The priorities) are clear to me: Paris has become a trash can, and security. And the other problems are all linked to those ones." SHOPPERS IN MARKET (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARISIAN, MICHEL PASCAL, SAYING: "I like the manifestos, I think they're well thought-out, they're not badly put together. And there's some suspense! For once there's some suspense, that's good." MARKET (SOUNDBITE) (French) DIRECTOR OF THE POLITICS DEPARTMENT OF POLLSTERS HARRIS INTERACTIVE, JEAN-DANIEL LEVY, SAYING: "France is a country which is centralised in quite a big way and so giving the impression that you've lost or lost badly in Paris has symbolic meaning over and above the election in Paris itself."

Three Women In Tight Race To Be Paris's Next Mayor

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