Around 19,000 people had applied to candidates with Macron's movement, 71 percent men and 29 percent women, Republique en Marche revealed on Thursday.
The National Investiture Commission carried out hundreds of interviews with applicants, who had to meet several key requirements including having no criminal record or having been disqualified from standing for an elected position.
The candidates were also chosen for their values, which had to closely reflect those of the movement and political pluralism was also a selection critieria.
Some 93 percent of those who are fresh to politics are in jobs, while two percent are job seekers, four percent are retired and 1 percent are students.
The youngest candidate is 24-years-old and the oldest is 72, whilst the average age is 46.