1826 Chilean presidential election
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The election was called after the resignation of General Ramón Freire from the post of supreme director on July 7, 1826. On the nights of the seventh and eighth, the Congress decided that the supreme chief of state would carry the title of President of the Republic, and that a vice president would be elected to replace him in case of illness, etc.
|Manuel Blanco Encalada||22||59.45%|
|José Miguel Infante||15||40.54%|
|Francisco Antonio Pinto||15||42.85%|