Chilean parliamentary election, 2009

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Chilean parliamentary election, 2009
Chile
2005 ←
December 13, 2009
→ 2013

All of the 120 seats in the Chamber of Deputies
18 out of 38 seats in the Senate

61 deputies and 20 senators seats needed for a majority
Turnout 87.70%
  First party Second party Third party
  Concertacion+JuntosPodemosMas.svg Coalición por el Cambio.svg Pacto Por un Chile Limpio.png
Party Concert & Together We Can for More Democracy Coalition for Change Clean Chile, Vote Happy
Seats before 65 D / 20 S 54 D / 17 S new coalition
Seats after 57 deputies
19 senators
58 deputies
16 senators
3 deputies
1 senator
Seat change Decrease8 D / Decrease1 S Increase4 D / Decrease1 S Increase3 D / Decrease1 S
Popular vote 2,934,378 2,874,674 356,798
Percentage 44.35% 43.45% 5.39%
Swing -7,41 7.41 points +4,38 4.38 points new coalition

  Fourth party
  Emblema Marco 2010.svg
Party New Majority for Chile
Seats before new coalition
Seats after 0 deputies
0 senators
Seat change Steady0 D / Steady0 S
Popular vote 302,627
Percentage 4.57%
Swing new coalition
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Parliamentary elections were held in Chile on December 13, 2009, in conjunction with the presidential election.[1] The totality of seats in the Chamber of Deputies and 18 out of 38 seats in the Senate were up for election.

The centre-right Coalition for Change improved on the Alliance for Chile's result in 2005 by winning 58 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, while the governing center-left Concert of Parties for Democracy (CPD) was reduced to 57 seats. The election was notable because the Communist Party, debuting in coalition with the CPD, won seats in the lower chamber for the first time since 1973.

Even though neither coalition secured an absolute majority in either chamber, center-left forces continued to hold more than half of seats in the bicameral congress.

Legislation[edit]

According to the Chilean Constitution, the citizens could exercise the right to suffrage, or, those who have expired 18 years of age and have not been condemned to a sorrow superior to 3 years of prison (a distressing sorrow). To take part in the elections it was needed to be before inscribed in the electoral records and to present the bond of identity. The requirements to register were a 18-year-old major being in the day of the election and to have Chilean nationality or to be a resident foreigner for more than five years in the country (that one credits with a certificate expressed by the respective provincial governor). The right to vote was remaining suspended by interdiction in case of dementia, for being accused by crime that deserves a distressing sorrow or for crime for terrorism and for sanction of the Constitutional Court (in conformity to the article 19 n. º 15 clause 7. º of the Constitution).

In agreement to the legislation of the epoch, the process of inscription in the electoral records was voluntary, but after having registered, the elector was forced to support to perpetuity and only it could apologize for reasons of health or for being located to more than 300 kilometres of distance of the place of voting, fact of the one that can leave witness him in the Carabineers' most nearby unit of Chile. In case of not helping or not to take up office as member of table, the electors could be condemned to the payment of fines. Though on March 27, 2009 there was promulgated by the chairwoman Michelle Bachelet the law that establishes the automatic inscription of the voters and that allows the voluntary voting of these, 4 the entry in force of the above mentioned regulation was not applicable in these elections due to the lack of the law that was regulating sayings procesos.5 The election with voluntary vote materialized in the municipal elections of 2012.

Candidates[edit]

Pacts and Parties Candidates
Deputies Senate
Concert & Together We Can for more democracy 120 18
Emblem of the Christian Democrat Party of Chile.svg Christian Democratic Party PDC 39 8
Partido por la Democracia emblema.png Party for Democracy PPD 27 4
Emblem of the Socialist Party of Chile.svg Socialist Party PS 24 4
Partido Radical Socialdemócrata emblema.png Social Democratic Radical Party PRSD 14 2
Partido Comunista de Chile.svg Communist Party PCCh 9 0
Izquierda cristiana chile.svg Christian Left IC 2 0
Concertacion+JuntosPodemosMas.svg Independents List A Ind. (ILA) 5 0
Coalition for Change 120 17
Renovacion nacional.svg National Renewal RN 51 8
Udi.png Independent Democratic Union UDI 56 7
ChilePrimero.svg ChileFirst CH1 4 0
Coalición por el Cambio.svg Independents List B Ind. (ILB) 9 2
New Mayority for Chile 79 7
Partido Humanista (corto).svg Humanist Party PH 38 4
Partido Ecologista de Chile.jpg Ecologist Green Party PEV 2 0
Emblema Marco 2010.svg Independents List C Ind. (ILC) 39 3
Clean Chile, Vote Happy 92 10
Primer Logo PRI.jpg Regionalist Party of Independents PRI 63 6
Movimiento Amplio Social (new).svg Broad Social Movement MAS 7 0
Independents List D Ind. (ILD) 22 4
Independents out of pact 18 1
Total candidates 429 53

Concert & Together We Can fore more democracy[edit]

Arrate & Frei in 2009.

The A list conformed after the union of two political coalitions that had taken part separately in the elections of 2005. On one hand the Concert of parties for democracy, which was grouping to the center-left parties that since 1990 governed the country. In the other hand the left-wing Together We Can More, that it suffered an internal division after the exit of the Humanist Party.

The reason of this strange union was, the Binomial System that get out the political left from the National Congress since 1994.

The largest party inside the A list was the Christian Democrats, with the leadership of Juan Carlos Latorre who was chief of the Eduardo Frei's presidential campaign. The Socialists joined with the senator Camilo Escalona, PPD with the deputy Pepe Auth. The Radicals leaded by the Senator Gómez, and the Communist Party with the leadership of Guillermo Teillier.

Coalition for Change[edit]

Presentation of the Coalition for the Change. Fernando Flores speaks.

The Alliance for Chile for the elections of 2009, began with an important step, by means of I arrive of two precandidates, one of them the senator Pablo Longueira, and the mayor of Concepción, Jacqueline van Rysselberghe, both of the Independent Democratic Union, who demonstrated his availability of postulating to this post, using the regular conduits inside the coalition, nevertheless, both rejected such an option to present only a presidential candidate, who would be Sebastián Piñera.

In March, 2009, two Congressmen of the Alliance for Chile obtained the speaker of the Senate and the speaker of the Deputies' Chamber, by means of an agreement with the independent bench and with the Concert, respectively. The above mentioned agreements were not lacking in polemic, since the Senator who postulated the alliance to preside at the above mentioned organism, Jovino Novoa, was duramente criticized for personeros of the Concert in view of his past as member of Augusto Pinochet Ugarte's military regime.

In spite of the critiques, the Alliance for Chile awarded a political victory on having presided at both chambers of the National Congress and some of the most influential commissions of the same one, which, they waited in the conglomerate opponent, he was benefiting Sebastián Piñera's candidacy.

After having integrated the list Clean Chile, Vote Happy, one was generated fail between the charter members of ChileFirst with regard to the position that would take the party opposite to the presidential and parliamentary elections of 2009. Whereas Jorge Schaulsohn and Senator Flores supported the candidate of the Alliance for Chile Sebastián Piñera,[2] the deputy Esteban Valenzuela rejected to join with the center-right and resigned ChileFirst to endorse Marco Enríquez-Ominami's candidacy.[3] The support to Piñera on the part of ChileFirst was made official on May 6, 2009, when one presented the "Coalition for the Change", electoral agreement between the Alliance for Chile, ChileFirst and other political minor movements.

New Majority for Chile[edit]

New Majority for Chile was a political coalition that grouped the Ecologist party of Chile, the Humanist Party of Chile, and diverse political and independent movements that supported the candidacy of the independent Marco Enríquez-Ominami for the presidential election of 2009. Between the movements and groups without political legal constitution that they it shaped are the Regionalist Movement,[4] the Movement Unified of Sexual Minorities (MUMS),[5] the Movement SurDA and the Progressist Network.[6]

Slogans[edit]

Party Slogan
Christian Democrat With you, will live better. Live dreaming a new sun
Radical Social Democrat A change must be Radical
Socialist Socialist Heart
PPD Let's break the Ice
Communist ¡United we can!
RN With your vote today it's possible
UDI The motor of popular change.
Regionalist We are hope, We are future
Humanist We are the new majority

Elections to the Chamber of Deputies[edit]

Cámara de Diputados de Chile elección 2009.svg

Official and final results.[7]

List Party Votes  % Seats  %
A Concert & Together We Can for More Democracy 2,934,378 44.35 57 47.50
    Christian Democrat Party 940,265 14.21 19 15.83
    Party for Democracy 839,744 12.69 18 15.00
    Socialist Party 653,367 9.88 11 9.17
    Communist Party 133,718 2.02 3 2.50
    Social Democrat Radical Party 251,456 3.80 5 4.17
    Independents List A 115,828 1.75 1 0.83
B Coalition for Change 2,874,674 43.45 58 48.33
    National Renewal 1,178,392 17.81 18 15.00
    Independent Democrat Union 1,525,000 23.05 37 30.83
    ChileFirst 18,021 0.27 0 0.00
    Independents List B 153,261 2.32 3 2.50
C New Majority for Chile 302,627 4.57 0 0.00
    Humanist Party 95,177 1.44 0 0.00
    Ecologist Party 3,815 0.06 0 0.00
    Independents List C 203,635 3.08 0 0.00
D Clean Chile Vote Happy 356,798 5.39 3 2.50
    Regionalist Party of the Independents 264,466 4.00 3 2.50
    Broad Social Movement 26,440 0.40 0 0.00
    Independents List D 65,892 1.00 0 0.00
E Independents (out of pact) 147,379 2.23 2 1.67
Total valid votes 6,615,856 100.00 120 100.00
Null votes 442,161 6.09
Blank votes 205,520 2.83
Total votes 7,263,537 100.00
Registered voters 8,285,186 87.67% turnout
Voting age population 12,277,915 67.48% registered

List of elected deputies 2010-2014[edit]

District Deputy Party Votes  %
1[d] Orlando Vargas Pizarro Ind-PPD 22 425 30,01 %
Nino Baltolú Rasera UDI 17 644 23,61 %
2[d] Hugo Gutiérrez Gálvez PCCh 28 217 30,31 %
Marta Isasi Barbieri Ind-UDI 28 884 31,02 %
3[d] Felipe Ward Edwards UDI 24 618 37,36 %
Marcos Espinoza Monardes PRSD 16 223 24,62 %
4[d] Pedro Araya Guerrero PRI 27 268 24,60 %
Manuel Rojas Molina UDI 37 241 33,59 %
5[d] Lautaro Carmona Soto PCCh 17 022 27,87 %
Carlos Vilches Guzmán UDI 13 159 21,55 %
6[d] Giovanni Calderón Bassi UDI 8330 19,26 %
Alberto Robles Pantoja PRSD 11 582 26,77 %
7[d] Marcelo Díaz Díaz PS 32 673 36,74 %
Mario Bertolino Rendic RN 18 037 20,28 %
8[d] Matías Walker Prieto DC 28 948 27,21 %
Pedro Velásquez Seguel Ind. 25 919 24,37 %
9[d] Adriana Muñoz D'Albora PPD 15 332 25,29 %
Luis Lemus Aracena PRI 15 735 25,95 %
10[d] Eduardo Cerda García DC 30 017 21,94 %
Andrea Molina Oliva Ind-UDI 36 000 26,31 %
11[d] Gaspar Rivas Sánchez RN 21 634 20,22 %
Marco Antonio Núñez Lozano PPD 49 801 46,55 %
12[d] Arturo Squella Ovalle UDI 30 108 24,75 %
Marcelo Schilling Rodríguez PS 24 124 19,83 %
13[d] Aldo Cornejo Gonález DC 40 582 31,04 %
Joaquín Godoy Ibáñez RN 38 183 29,20 %
14[d] Rodrigo González Torres PPD 41 168 25,89 %
Edmundo Eluchans Urenda UDI 45 829 28,82 %
15[d] Víctor Torres Jeldes DC 18 102 21,11 %
María José Hoffmann Opazo UDI 20 585 24,00 %
16[d] Gabriel Silber Romo DC 48 333 29,39 %
Patricio Melero Abaroa UDI 58 306 35,45 %
17[d] Karla Rubilar Barahona RN 46 572 33,15 %
María Antonieta Saa Díaz PPD 45 798 32,60 %
18[d] Cristina Girardi Lavín PPD 51 669 34,35 %
Nicolás Monckeberg Díaz RN 40 782 27,11 %
19[d] Patricio Hales Dib PPD 39 126 38,12 %
Claudia Nogueira Fernández UDI 38 297 37,31 %
20[d] Pepe Auth Stewart PPD 49 981 20,70 %
Mónica Zalaquett Said UDI 56 168 23,26 %
21[d] Jorge Burgos Varela DC 52 982 29,79 %
Marcela Sabat Fernández RN 48 732 27,40 %
22[d] Felipe Harboe Bascuñán PPD 42 060 38,66 %
Alberto Cardemil Herrera RN 38 949 35,80 %
23[d] Ernesto Silva Méndez UDI 60 272 27,95 %
Cristián Monckeberg Bruner RN 77 484 35,93 %
24[d] Enrique Accorsi Opazo PPD 31 383 23,19 %
María Angélica Cristi Marfil UDI 44 969 33,24 %
25[d] Ximena Vidal Lázaro PPD 43 794 30,81 %
Felipe Salaberry Soto UDI 28 444 20,01 %
26[d] Carlos Montes Cisternas PS 71 173 50,44 %
Gustavo Hasbún Selume UDI 36 438 25,82 %
27[d] Tucapel Jiménez Fuentes PPD 47 765 31,89 %
Iván Moreira Barros UDI 53 683 35,84 %
28[d] Guillermo Teillier del Valle PCCh 49 040 33,52 %
Pedro Browne Urrejola RN 31 882 21,79 %
29[d] Osvaldo Andrade Lara PS 55 152 29,88 %
Leopoldo Pérez Lahsen RN 45 464 24,63 %
30[d] Ramón Farías Ponce PPD 29 335 19,27 %
José Antonio Kast Rist UDI 53 423 35,10 %
District Deputy Party Votes  %
31[d] Denise Pascal Allende PS 52 763 32,23 %
Gonzalo Uriarte Herrera UDI 60 833 37,16 %
32[d] Juan Luis Castro González PS 27 772 30,76 %
Alejandro García-Huidobro UDI 31 346 34,71 %
33[d] Ricardo Rincón González DC 38 057 32,45 %
Eugenio Bauer Jouanne UDI 26 504 22,60 %
34[d] Alejandra Sepúlveda Orbenes PRI 42 771 45,55 %
Javier Macaya Danús UDI 17 130 18,24 %
35[d] Juan Carlos Latorre Carmona DC 30 300 38,83 %
Ramón Barros Montero UDI 29 622 37,96 %
36[d] Roberto León Ramírez DC 51 476 42,93 %
Celso Morales Muñoz UDI 35 732 29,80 %
37[d] Sergio Aguiló Melo PS 31 649 37,69 %
Germán Verdugo Soto RN 32 864 39,14 %
38[d] Pablo Lorenzini Basso DC 29 320 38,32 %
Pedro Pablo Álvarez-Salamanca Ramírez Ind-UDI 15 844 20,71 %
39[d] Jorge Tarud Daccarett PPD 38 626 46,26 %
Romilio Gutiérrez Pino UDI 22 487 26,93 %
40[d] Guillermo Ceroni Fuentes PPD 32 643 44,75 %
Ignacio Urrutia Bonilla UDI 19 323 26,49 %
41[d] Carlos Abel Jarpa Wevar PRSD 24 093 19,12 %
Rosauro Martínez Labbé RN 42 385 33,64 %
42[d] Jorge Sabag Villalobos DC 32 174 28,59 %
Frank Sauerbaum Muñoz RN 22 861 20,33 %
43[d] Cristián Campos Jara PPD 33 622 31,35 %
Jorge Ulloa Aguillón UDI 30 309 28,26 %
44[d] José Miguel Ortiz Novoa DC 45 379 27,04 %
Enrique van Rysselberghe Herrera UDI 44 735 26,65 %
45[d] Clemira Pacheco Rivas PS 38 379 33,80 %
Sergio Bobadilla Muñoz UDI 29 272 25,78 %
46[d] Iván Norambuena Farías UDI 34 852 35,77 %
Manuel Monsalve Benavides PS 30 360 31,16 %
47[d] José Pérez Arriagada PRSD 46 606 33,80 %
Juan Lobos Krause UDI 51 937 37,67 %
48[d] Mario Venegas Cárdenas DC 20 102 29,80 %
Gonzalo Arenas Hodar UDI 17 223 25,54 %
49[d] Fuad Chahín Valenzuela DC 20 212 30,26 %
Enrique Estay Peñaloza UDI 16 009 23,97 %
50[d] René Saffirio Espinoza DC 37 017 30,83 %
Germán Becker Alvear RN 33 785 28,14 %
51[d] Joaquín Tuma Zedán PPD 16 327 24,36 %
José Manuel Edwards Silva RN 11 275 16,82 %
52[d] Fernando Meza Moncada PRSD 22 116 32,72 %
René Manuel García García RN 20 726 30,66 %
53[d] Alfonso de Urresti Longton PS 32 433 38,71 %
Roberto Delmastro Naso RN 25 360 30,27 %
54[d] Enrique Jaramillo Becker PPD 29 004 37,43 %
Gastón von Mühlenbrock Zamora UDI 19 978 25,78 %
55[d] Sergio Ojeda Uribe DC 23 623 30,44 %
Javier Hernández Hernández UDI 22 108 28,49 %
56[d] Fidel Espinoza Sandoval PS 39 245 51,30 %
Carlos Rencodo Lavanderos UDI 18 792 24,57 %
57[d] Patricio Vallespín López DC 33 782 38,60 %
Marisol Turres Figueroa UDI 28 552 32,62 %
58[d] Gabriel Ascencio Mansilla DC 17 457 23,10 %
Alejandro Santana Tirachini RN 27 098 35,86 %
59[d] René Alinco Bustos PPD 9381 22,90 %
David Sandoval Plaza UDI 12 902 31,50 %
60[d] Carolina Goic Boroevic DC 22 498 34,00 %
Miodrag Marinovic Solo De Zaldívar Ind. 17 512 26,47 %

Chilean Senate Elections[edit]

Senado de Chile elección 2009.svg

Includes results from 9,793 out of 9,934 ballot boxes (98.58%). (Source: Interior Ministry.)

List Party Votes  % New seats
(this election)
Old seats
(2005 election)
Total
seats
 %
A Concert & Together We Can for More Democracy 809,696 43.32 9 10 19 50.00
    Christian Democrat Party 310,916 16.64 4 5 9 23.68
    Party for Democracy 257,592 13.78 3 1 4 10.53
    Socialist Party 173,124 9.26 2 3 5 13.16
    Social Democrat Radical Party 68,064 3.64 0 1 1 2.63
B Coalition for Change 843,009 45.10 9 7 16 42.11
    National Renewal 376,472 20.14 6 2 8 21.05
    Independent Democrat Union 396,594 21.22 3 5 8 21.05
    Independents List B 69,943 3.74 0 0 0 0.00
C New Majority for Chile 91,138 4.88 0 0 0 0.00
    Humanist Party 12,900 0.69 0 0 0 0.00
    Independents List C 78,238 4.19 0 0 0 0.00
D Clean Chile Vote Happy 120,729 6.46 0 1 1 2.63
    Regionalist Party of the Independents 46,490 2.49 0 0 0 0.00
    Broad Social Movement 1 1 2.63
    Independents List D 74,239 3.97 0 0 0 0.00
E Independents (out of pact) 4,422 0.24 0 2 2 5.26
Total valid votes 1,868,994 100.00 18 20 38 100.00
Null votes 102,308 5.05
Blank votes 53,521 2.64
Total votes 2,024,823 100.00
Registered voters 2,392,477 ~85.9% turnout
Voting age population N/A N/A% registered

Tarapacá-Arica and Parinacota[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Jaime Orpis Coalition for Change UDI 56.390 33,49 Senator
Salvador Urrutia Clean Chile, Vote Happy Independent 47.087 29,36
Fulvio Rossi Concert & Together we can for more democracy PS 45.639 26,79 Senator
Julio Lagos Coalition for Change RN 12.348 7,33
Daniel Espinoza Concert & Together we can for more democracy PDC 6.919 4,11

Atacama[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Baldo Prokurica Coalition for Change RN 34.793 33,03 Senator
Isabel Allende Bussi Concert & Together we can for more democracy PS 28.240 26,81 Senator
Antonio Leal Concert & Together we can for more democracy PPD 19.693 18,69
Jaime Mulet Martínez Clean Chile, Vote Happy PRI 18.580 17,64
Robinson Peña Clean Chile, Vote Happy PRI 2.126 2,02
Cristián Letelier Coalition for Change UDI 1.909 1,81

Valparaiso East[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Ignacio Walker Concert & Together we can for more democracy PDC 76 716 21,07 Senator
Nelson Ávila Concert & Together we can for more democracy PRSD 64 124 17,61
Marcelo Forni Coalition for Change UDI 71 645 19,68
Lily Pérez Coalition for Change RN 83 595 22,96 Senator
Carlos Ominami New Majority for Chile Indep. 60 945 16,74
Cristián García-Huidobro New Majority for Chile Indep. 2509 0,68
Lautaro Velásquez Clean Chile, Vote Happy Indep. 4422 1,21

Valparaíso West[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Ricardo Lagos Weber Concert & Together we can for more democracy PPD 123.626 33,18 Senator
Francisco Chahuán Coalition for Change RN 105.123 28,21 Senator
Joaquín Lavín Coalition for Change UDI 103.762 27,85
Hernán Pinto Concert & Together we can for more democracy PDC 22.447 6,02
Juan Guzmán New Majority for Chile Ind 14.784 3,96
Raúl Silva Clean Chile, Vote Happy PRI 2.773 0,74

Maule North[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Jaime Gazmuri Concert & Together we can for more democracy PS 67 586 24,56
Andrés Zaldívar Concert & Together we can for more democracy PDC 86 266 31,34 Senator
Juan Antonio Coloma Coalition for Change UDI 96 844 35,19 Senator
Robert Morrison Coalition for Change RN 17 548 6,37
Mercedes Bravo New Majority for Chile PH 6942 2,52

Maule South[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Hernán Larraín Coalition for Change UDI 67 461 43,07 Senator
Ximena Rincón Concert & Together we can for more democracy PDC 48 607 31,03 Senator
Jaime Naranjo Concert & Together we can for more democracy PS 32 867 20,98
Juan Ariztía Coalition for Change Independent 6110 3,90
Marilén Cabrera New Majority for Chile PH 1567 1,00

Araucanía North[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Jaime Quintana Concert & Together we can, for more democracy PPD 40.120 29,66 Senator
Tomás Jocelyn-Holt Concert & Together we can, for more democracy PDC 7.481 5,53
Alberto Espina Coalition for Change RN 52.082 38,51 Senator
Cecilia Villouta Coalition for Change Independent 7.255 5,36
Juan Enrique Prieto New Majority for Chile PH 1.611 1,19
Roberto Muñoz Clean Chile, Vote Happy Independent 20.126 14,88
Enrique Sanhueza Clean Chile, Vote Happy Independent 6.574 4,86
Source[8]

Araucanía South[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Eugenio Tuma Zedan Concert & Together we can for more democracy PPD 74.207 29,08 Senator
José García Ruminot Coalition for Change RN 57.260 22,44 Senator
Ena von Baer Coalition for Change UDI 56.578 22,17
Francisco Huenchumilla Concert & Together we can for more democracy DC 51.338 20,12
Eduardo Díaz Clean Chile, Vote Happy PRI 11.464 4,49
Luis Fernando Vivanco New Majority for Chile PH 2.779 1,08
José Villagrán Clean Chile, Vote Happy Independent 1.512 0,59
Source[9]

Aysen[edit]

Candidate Pact Party Votes % Result
Antonio Horvath Coalition for Change RN 14.193 34,61 Senator
Patricio Walker Concert & Together we can for more democracy PDC 11.293 27,54 Senator
Eduardo Cruces Clean Chile, Vote Happy PRI 6.958 16,97
Paz Foitzich Clean Chile, Vote Happy PRI 4.613 11,25
Ernesto Velasco Concert & Together we can for more democracy PRSD 3.940 9,61
Source[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cronograma Electoral, Servel
  2. ^ Infinita, Schaulsohn se Asume Piñerista
  3. ^ La Nación, Valenzuela dejó Chile Primero por apoyo a Piñera
  4. ^ http://www.regionalistas.cl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=30&Itemid=28 Acuerdo entre el el PH, PE, el Movimiento Regionalista, Progresistas en Red y el MUMS
  5. ^ http://www.mums.cl/sitio/contenidos/noticias/not_2009_09_14_01.htm Mums inscribe candidatos por la diversidad sexual al Parlamento
  6. ^ http://www.tomashirsch.cl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=216:fuerzas-progresistas-alternativas-y-de-izquierda-acuerdan-lista-parlamentaria-que-busca-aglutinar-nueva-mayoria-&catid=9:noticias Acuerdan lista parlamentaria para aglutinar nueva mayoría
  7. ^ Tricel via Interior Ministry.
  8. ^ "Votación Candidatos por Circunscripción 14". Sitio histórico electoral. Retrieved 27 July 2011. 
  9. ^ Elecciones.gov.cl Votación candidatos por Cicunscripción 15, La Araucanía Sur, senadores 2009
  10. ^ Elecciones.gov.cl Votación candidatos por Cicunscripción 18, Aysén, senadores 2009

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