The Côts d’Ors is set to vote in a national election tomorrow.
The main contenders are the two parties that have been dominating French politics since the country’s independence in 1960.
The right-wing National Front is backed by a large coalition of farmers, businesspeople, politicians and trade unionists.
The centre-right United Front, which is backed largely by French Catholics, is backed mainly by voters on the far right.
But despite these parties being very popular in France, polls show that they will not win the general election.
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