This is indicated by the first data of the Electoral Court of the province that, around noon on Tuesday, had already processed between 100 and 97 percent, according to the sections, of the votes cast in schools.
As happened in other elections, In the Paso this Sunday, the votes allow us to observe some differences according to the place where it was issued. What happened in the three sections of the city center was a clear example: the sum of the lists of councilors of Together for Change was imposed, but the most voted candidate was the one promoted by the municipal administration.
The current councilor Anita Martínez was second, but the good performance of the second on the list, Carlos Cardozo, who in the first three sections was ranked as the fourth most voted candidate and in the sum of all the JxC candidates, eight in total , surpass those of the Progressive Front.
In the 17th section, Antarctica Argentina, Martínez was placed in third place and again the performance of his teammates was key.
In the three sections of the city center, the difficulty of the candidates of the Frente de Todos to stand up was also manifested. Norma López was the most voted within the alliance, but she ranks sixth, even below the socialist Verónica Irízar.
However, as the tables move away from the avenues, the vote changes color. In the northern and southern sections that border the center, the Progressive Front ranks first comfortably. Both in populated southern neighborhoods such as Tiro Suizo or Bella Vista, as well as in those in the north such as Refinería, Arroyito, Alberdi and a sector of La Florida. In all of these districts, Seisas was the candidate with the most votes, easily outperforming the candidate who placed second.
The Frente de Todos was the second most voted force in the city. Its candidates became strong in the neighborhoods furthest from the avenues. In sections 11, 16, 18, 19, 21, sub 1ª and sub 2ª, the justicialismo took advantage. The most voted candidate for councilor was Lisandro Cavatorta, who ranked first in neighborhoods such as Las Heras, Roque Sáenz Peña, Mercedes de San Martín, Ludueña, Empalme and Nuevo Alberdi; some of these neighborhoods with a tradition of Peronist voting.
Within the avenues also stood out the performance of the Future City candidate, Juan Monteverde, comfortable in third place, as well as in the fourth sectionals, where he was second, and 5th and 6th, where he was third. In Nuevo Alberdi, where the beginning of the political project of Ciudad Futura could be located, its candidate came second after Cavatorta.
Another candidate for councilor who achieved a good performance outside of the three party fronts was Miguel Angel Tessandori. The performance of the sports journalist was important in a dozen sectionals where he managed to sneak into the four most voted candidates.