The far-right national front party has for years done much better in presidential elections than in local polls. But its leader Marine Le Pen is determined to make sure her party gains a solid foothold in France's towns and villages by scoring big in next year's municipal elections. Riding the coattails of her growing popularity and of the deepening economic crisis, she hopes that her anti-European message will pay off.
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