For the Argentine national elections There are five candidates for president. For there to be no runoff, the candidate with the most votes must score more than 45 points or have a difference of more than 10 percentage points against the second. In the PASO elections, there were three spaces with an intention close to 30% each.
Google dedicated a Doodle to the national elections in Argentina, where you can see where I vote through the electoral roll.
Presidential candidates for the national elections of Argentina
For the national elections of Argentina the candidates for president are:
- Patricia Bullrich
- Juan Schiaretti
- Sergio Massa
- Javier Miley
- Myriam Bregman
For the election of president there are 35 million Argentines qualified. The expectation is whether or not a runoff will be necessary to define the next president.
In the open, simultaneous and mandatory primaries (PASO) last August, mercy obtained 29.8% of the votes, Bullrich added 28% (with the sum of the votes of his opponent in the internal Horacio Rodríguez Larreta) and Massa It reached 27.2% (with the support received by Juan Grabois).
The ballots for the national elections of Argentina, in the presidential category, are the following:
Electoral register for the national elections in Argentina: how to know where to vote
He 2023 electoral roll allows you to check where you vote and the voting number for expedite the process.
To know where to vote, the voter must enter their document number, gender, district where they vote and enter a verification code to see the 2023 electoral roll:
The 2023 electoral roll allows you to see How many voters are there per district.
Although the polling place for the general elections is usually the same as the PASO, it may happen that there are changes, so it is advisable that you consult the electoral roll again before the day of the election. It is recommended that you keep this information until election day.
What is voted in the national elections of Argentina
In addition to Argentina’s national elections for president, as happens every two years, the electorate must vote to renew half of the Chamber of Deputies (130 seats) and a third of the Senate (this time the 24 seats that represent Buenos Aires , Formosa, Jujuy, La Rioja, Misiones, San Juan, San Luis and Santa Cruz).
There will also be elections to elect governor and other provincial and municipal categories in Buenos Aires, Catamarca and Entre Ríos; Head of Government and Buenos Aires deputies in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, as well as municipal positions in Santa Cruz, Córdoba, Río Negro and Neuquén.
If the PASO results were repeated, projections indicate that no political force would be able to have its own quorum in both chambers (129 seats are needed in the Deputies and 37 in the Senate).
The focus will be on the results in the province of Buenos Aires, with just over 13 million people, which represents 37% of the electoral roll, followed by Córdoba, Santa Fe and CABA.
Along with the national elections, more than 17 million inhabitants of the provinces of Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, Catamarca and the city of Buenos Aires began to elect their next rulers, among other legislative and executive positions, coinciding with the presidential elections. .
Provinces: what is voted in the national elections of Argentina and in CABA
- In the Buenos Aires territory, the most populous district in Argentina that represents 37% of the total votes in the country and is decisive for the results of the national election, Axel Kicillof will seek re-election at the head of the Union for the Patria (UxP) and in a competition whose main adversaries are Néstor Grindetti (Together for Change) and Carolina Piparo (La Libertad Avanza).
- The city of Buenos Aires, the fourth most populated territory in the country, will define the successor of the head of the Buenos Aires Government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, between Jorge Macri (JxC); Leandro Santoro (UxP); Ramiro Marra (LLA); and Vanina Biasi, from the Left Front (FIT).
- The governorship of Entre Ríos, meanwhile, will be decided in an election in which 1,143,459 people will be able to vote, among the main candidates, for the Peronist Adán Bahl or the former Macrista Interior Minister Rogelio Frigerio (JxC).
- For his part, in Catamarca, Governor Raúl Jalil will seek a new term at the head of the province in a competition with the national senator and radical leader Flavio Fama (JxC) and his cousin, José Jalil Colome (LLA).
Argentina national elections, live
In the framework of the national elections in Argentina, the main television channels broadcast live:
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