France has a new Goliath in politics.
Just a year ago, En Marche was a newborn political party. Since then, it won the presidency, updated its name to Republic on the Move and is now dominating parliamentary elections.
After the first round of voting on Sunday, analysts predict President Emmanuel Macron's party and a smaller ally party could take roughly 70 percent of the seats in France's National Assembly.
If those predictions come true, it'd be the largest parliamentary majority since 1958, when Charles de Gualle created the current government.
Less than half of France's potential voters decided to cast ballots in the first round.
Although Macron's party is projected to win big in the end, many of its candidates didn't get enough votes to win spots outright in the first round. Under French rules, they'll have to win a second, smaller round of voting next Sunday.