The Elections to the Corts Valencianes, 1987 were the second democratic elections to the Corts Valencianes, the Valencian regional parliament, since the death of the dictator Franco and were held on 10 June of that year. The elections were held using closed list proportional representation in three electoral districts corresponding to each of the three Provinces of the Valencian Community. With a total number of 89 seats, Valencia elected 37 members (an increase of two seats relative to 1983), Alicante 29 and Castellon 23 (a decrease of two seats relative to 1983.) Only lists which polled 3% or more in the entire Valencian Community were eligible for seats, which were then allocated on a Provincial basis using the D'Hondt method of allocation. Out of a total of 2,654,967 voters, the turnout was 1,931,142 or 72.74% of the total.
The elections saw a significant increase in the vote of the centrist Democratic and Social Centre (CDS) who increased their vote from 1.9% in 1983 to 11.4% in 1987. CDS' greatest support came in Alicante Province, where they polled 14.5% 
The parties of the right, which had formed an electoral alliance for the 1983 election, had terminated that alliance in 1986 and the result was that the Popular Alliance (AP), Unió Valenciana (UV) and the Democratic Popular Party contested the elections individually with separate AP and UV lists winning seats. All of the 6 UV seats were won in Valencia Province. During the course of the legislature, 2 AP deputies defected to UV, among them the former leader of AP in the Valencian Community, Manuel Giner Miralles. Another AP deputy defected to the CDS.
The Communist Party of Spain (PCE), which polled 7.5% in the 1983 elections, had formed the electoral alliance United Left (IU) in April 1986 with other smaller left wing parties across Spain. In Valencia, IU in turn allied itself with Unitat del Poble Valencià (UPV), a left wing regional party which had polled 3.1% in 1983 and had narrowly missed winning seats. The IU-UPV alliance failed to improve the performance of the 2 parties in 1983, polling 7.5% and winning 6 seats: exactly the same figures that the PCE had obtained in 1983. Of the 6 deputies elected in 1987, 4 belonged to IU and 2 to UPV. The alliance broke up during the course of the 1987-1991 legislature.
One of the first tasks of the newly elected deputies was to elect the President of the Valencian Community.
The regional leader of each party was the candidate for President. These were:-
The new Corts re-elected the socialist Joan Lerma as Valencian President.
|Democratic and Social Centre||225,663||11.36||10|
|United Left – UPV||142,570||7.51||6|
|Socialist Worker’s Party-Communist Unity||33,770||1.70|
|Democratic Popular Party||20,171||1.02|
|Valencian Electoral Coalition||11,984||0.60|
|Spanish Communist Unification||4,325||0.22|
|Valencian Nationalist Left-URV||4,175||0.21|
|Republican Popular Unity Coalition||3,309||0.17|
|International Socialist Workers Party||1,884||0.09|
Additionally 21,497 votes (1.1 %) were cast "en blanco" i.e. for "none of the above."
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