The provisional scrutiny of the primaries has concluded and between tomorrow and Wednesday the final one begins

As indicated in the Electoral Code, “during the forty-eight hours following the election, the Board will receive protests and claims regarding defects in the constitution and operation of the polling stations. After this period, no claim will be accepted.

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In Santa Fe, with 98.69% of the votes counted, the sum of Together for Change reached 40.11%, while the different applicants from the Frente de Todos added 29.13% and the Frente Amplio Progresista reached 10.82%.

In the province of Buenos Aires, 96.91% of the tables were already counted, with a victory for Juntos, adding the lists of Diego Santilli and Facundo Manes, of 37.99%, against 33.64% of the payroll that he was running for Victoria Tolosa Paz.

In the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, meanwhile, 98.65% of the tables were scrutinized, and the sum of votes of the three lists of Together for the Change of María Eugenia Vidal, Ricardo López Murphy and Adolfo Rubinstein, reached the 48.19% of the votes, while Leandro Santoro, from the Frente de Todos, obtained 24.66%, and Javier Milei, from La Libertad Avanza, was left with 13.66%.

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For now, the national primary elections will be held in due time and form: next August.

For now, the national primary elections will be held in due time and form: next August.

In the province of Córdoba, with 99.32% of the tables counted, the sum of the lists of Together for Change reached 47.55%, followed by We do for Córdoba, of Governor Juan Schiaretti, with 24.56% , while the Frente de Todos was left with 10.92%.

In Santa Fe, meanwhile, with 98.69% of the votes counted, the sum of Together for Change reached 40.11%, while the different applicants from the Frente de Todos added 29.13% and the Frente Broad Progressive reached 10.82%.

In Tucumán, with 99.09% of the votes counted, the Frente de Todos garnered 49.58% of the wills, against 34.78% of the sum of the lists of Together for Change.

In Mendoza, with 97.91% of the votes counted, Juntos por el Cambio, which in the province is called Cambia Mendoza, took 43.02% of the votes, against 25.18% of the Frente de Todos.

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Meanwhile, eight provinces voted for the category of national senator.

In this sense, in Catamarca, with 94.47% of the tables counted, the Frente de Todos prevailed with 51.15%, compared to 31.40% obtained by the sum of the lists of Together for Change.

In Chubut, also for a national senator, with 97.58% of the votes counted, the sum of the lists of Together for Change reached 39.50%, while the two lists of the Frente de Todos achieved 26.55 %.

In Corrientes, with 99.84% of the votes counted, Eco + Vamos Corrientes was left with 58.80%, while the Frente de Todos obtained 34.45%.

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Great Rosary.  The lists will include 37 male and 7 female candidates.

Great Rosary. The lists will include 37 male and 7 female candidates.

In the province of Córdoba, with 99.32% of the votes counted, Juntos por el Cambio added 47.80% among its four lists, We do for Córdoba 24.44% and the Frente de Todos 10.90%.

In La Pampa, meanwhile, with 98.41% of polling stations scrutinized, the five payrolls of Together for Change reached 48.82%, and the Frente de Todos gathered 38.16% of the votes.

In Mendoza, with 97.91% of the tables counted, Cambia Mendoza reached 43.07% and Frente de Todos 25.23%.

In Santa Fe, with 98.69% of the tables, Juntos por el Cambio added 39.91% to its payroll, and the Frente de Todos 29.80%.

Finally, Tucumán, with 99.09% of polling stations scrutinized, scored 48.68% for the Frente de Todos and 35.25% for the sum of lists of Together for Change.

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