The list Changing Together, the option that leads Luis Juez and Rodrigo De Loredo as heads of the list as candidates for senator and deputy respectively, it rose as the winner of the PASO elections in the province, according to official data.
SEE: Luis Juez: “People have just made me the most voted leader of Córdoba”
The count of the provisional vote, released by the National Electoral Chamber, shows that this proposal obtained 27.47% of the votes (this, taking the proportion of the votes of Juntos por el Cambio voters who chose this option), while We do for Córdoba, with Alejandra Vigo and Natalia De la Sota as pre-candidates, came in second place with 24.44% of the votes, and 99.32% of the tables were scrutinized.
SEE: Juan Schiaretti: “The result exceeds the expectations we had”
In third place the Frente de Todos was positioned, with Carlos Caserio and Martín Gill as main candidates, which obtained 10.90% of the votes.
SEE: Gabriela Estévez: “The campaign was based on the internal of Cambiemos”
These official results confirm that Together for Change was the most voted force in Córdoba, with 47.80% of the votes, then We do for Córdoba with 24.44% and third the Frente de Todos with 10.90%, as advanced cba24n.com.ar, according to the tendencies of the electoral day.
After 9:00 p.m., as the Minister of the Interior, Eduardo de Pedro, anticipated, the first official results began to be known and at 10:00 p.m. more than 90% of the tables in the Córdoba district were already scrutinized. In this way, delays in the counts that were estimated during the week were ruled out, showing agility in this provisional scrutiny, the first of national scope in the context of a pandemic.
The latest data on the national election in the Córdoba district show that 63.15% of the register went to vote in our province.
How the other political forces positioned themselves
After the large structures that took the first three places, the other novelty was the Left Front and the Unity Workers’ Front that managed to remain as the fourth political force, adding the votes of the three lists that led to internal. This space was left with 4.30% of the votes.
SEE: The Left Front achieved 4.3% and is the fourth force in Córdoba
It was followed by the Córdoba Neighborhood Meeting, with Aurelio García Elorrio and Juan Pablo Quinteros as referents of the space, with 3.46%.
Behind were the Federal Popular Union that, with 7 alternatives, added 2.13% and then La Libertad Avanza, with 1.58% of the votes.
Finally, six options were positioned that did not reach 1.5% of the total votes, a barrier that the legislation provides for a space to participate with candidates in the general election.
The Democratic space with 0.72%, Humanist 0.68%, Free Movement of the South 0.56%, Movement to Socialism 0.42%, Popular Party 0.33% and De la Concertación Forja 0.33% .