Current holders of provincial and municipal authorities in 3 Tierra del Fuego cities once again won the support of voters. In the collegiate bodies, except in Ushuaia, there was significant electoral fragmentation. All disputed estates had a high percentage of blank votes.
Alianza Unidos Hesmos Futuro, which promoted the re-election of the governor and mayors of Ushuaia, Rio Grande and Tolhuín, comfortably achieved its goal, as it was achieved at both the provincial and municipal levels, compared to most More or less easily the immediate competitors, that Melela, Vuoto, Pérez and Harrington remain in their positions for the next 4 years.
At the provincial level, the formula composed of Gustavo Melela (FORJA) and Mónica Urquiza (MPF) reached 51% of the votes cast, surpassing the PRO formula by almost 40 votes, thus guaranteeing that it would win Tierra Del Fuego would continue to reign. 2027. Out of 147,064 eligible voters, 104,830 (71.28%) voted
Unlike the previous 8 provincial elections, this Sunday, May 14, the blank vote for the provincial executive was significant, as it was 22%, which makes this option the second most popular choice by voters.
The gubernatorial formula’s good electoral performance had no correlation in the legislative election, as there was almost a technical tie between the PJ and Forza candidates for the renewal of seats in the Tierra del Fuego parliament, they achieved little more than 11% for each party. , Somos Fugueino in third place, Movimiento Popular Fugueino in fourth place, Green Party in fifth place and United Republicans in sixth place. Thus – with the application of the D’Hont system – PJ, Forja and Somos Fueguinas will get 3 seats each and the MPF; 2-2 seats to Green Party and United Republicans.
For this estate, the blank vote reached 25.3%, which was the most voted option by more than 103 thousand voters who went to the polls.
In the city of Ushuaia, the executive election recorded the closest result, as mayor Vuoto won his third election with 40% of the vote against approximately 31.5% for Fadul. In this way, Gabriela Muñiz Cicardi becomes the first person to occupy the Vice Intendency of Ushuaia starting next December. The blank vote reached 15%. Of the 65,053 registered voters, 45,122 (69.36%) voted.
Even though it received fewer votes than the executive bodies, the PJ candidate list for the deliberative council won a landslide victory, as nearly 24% of the vote allowed it to lead the party with the second most votes by almost 15 points. Gave permission. The number of votes achieved would make it possible for the Ushuaiense ruling party to have 5 of the 10 seats in contention, 2 for Forge, 1 for Change together, 1 for Somos Fugueinos and 1 for MPF. The blank vote was 16.5%.
In Rio Grande, Mayor Martín Pérez guaranteed himself another mandate by securing the support of 56.38% of voters. The second highest turnout, with 6%, was for a simultaneous candidate for change. The blank vote in the mayor category was 23% in that city.
In the Deliberative Estate, Victory, by a tight margin, falls in line with the Forge list. In second place was Grande Province, which was supported by the re-elected mayor.
By next December, 9 seats in the Rio Grande do Sul council will be distributed: 2 for Forge, 2 for Provincia Grande, 2 for MPF, 1 for PJ, 1 for Together for Change and 1 for Somos Fugueinos.
In northern Fujian City, 54,986 people voted, 72.18% of 76,180 eligible voters.
There were also no big surprises in Tolhuín, as with 57.9% of the vote, Daniel Harrington comfortably beat Claudio Queño by almost 20 points, despite the former mayor of Tolhuín having the highest number of votes on the list of councilors with 26.8%. . Votes against PJ’s 26.6%. Thus, of the 5 seats in dispute, two belong to the Sol de Mayo party, 2 to PJ and 1 to Forza.
The participation rate in Tolhuyn was 74.73%, as 4,265 people voted out of a total of 5,707 voters.