|Member of the French Senate|
|Succeeded by||Fran×§ois Bonhomme|
|Born|| 17 November 1946 |
|Political party||Radical Party of the Left|
Jean-Michel Baylet (given birth to 17 November 1946 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne) is a French politician, Senator, and previous leader from the moderate center-left Radical Party from the Remaining. He’s a RDSE Senator through the Tarn-et-Garonne department. He’s also Chief executive of the overall Council from the Tarn-et-Garonne. He also offered as mayor Valence-d’Agen until 2001 and got various tasks in the government authorities of Laurent Fabius, Michel Rocard, Édith Cresson, and Pierre Beregovoy. Furthermore to his politics profession, he was a journalist for the La Dépêche du Midi newspapers, before inheriting that newspapers and other printing media from his mom. Baylet was applicant to the residents presidential major of 2011; he dropped against Martine Aubry, François Hollande, Ségolène Royal, Arnaud Montebourg and Manuel Valls (all socialists).