Argentine legislative election, 2017

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Argentine Deputies election, 2017

← 2015 22 October 2017 2019 →

127 of 257 seats in the Chamber of Deputies
Registered 33,454,411
Turnout 25,699,420 (76.82%)

  First party Second party Third party
  Cambiemos logo.png Unidad Ciudadana.svg PJ-logo.png
Party Cambiemos Unidad Ciudadana Justicialista
Seats before 90[B]
at stake: 42
5[C]
at stake: 3
98[A]
at stake: 43
Seats won 61 28 18
Seats after 109 30 73
Seat change Increase19 Increase25 Decrease25
Popular vote 10,261,237 5,533,334 2,701,308
Percentage 41.75% 22.51% 10.90%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  1 paislogo.png Frente Cívico por Santiago.png
Party 1País Unión por Córdoba FCpS
Seats before 36[D]
at stake: 21
5[E]
at stake: 3
6
at stake: 3
Seats won 4 3 3
Seats after 19 5 6
Seat change Decrease17 Steady Steady
Popular vote 1,441,334 626,887 384,125
Percentage 5.86% 2.55% 1.56%

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
  Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores Logo.svg Logo Evolucion.png
Party FIT Frente Renovador Evolución
Seats before 4[F]
at stake: 3
3
at stake: 1
New
Seats won 2 2 2
Seats after 3 4 2
Seat change Decrease1 Increase1 Increase2
Popular vote 1,051,300 268,646 237,132
Percentage 4.28% 1.09% 0.96%

Argentinian Chamber of Deputies Election 2017 - Results by Province.svg
Seats won by each party per province.

Chamber of Deputies
Majority Leader before election

Mario Negri
Cambiemos

Elected Chamber of Deputies
Majority Leader

Mario Negri
Cambiemos

Argentine Senate election, 2017

← 2015 22 October 2017 2019 →

24 of 72 seats in the Senate
Registered 15,702,507
Turnout 12,361,218 (78.72%)

  First party Second party Third party
  Cambiemos logo.png Unidad Ciudadana.svg PJ-logo.png
Party Cambiemos Unidad Ciudadana Justicialista
Seats before 18[H]
at stake: 4
3[I]
at stake: 2
39[G]
at stake: 15
Seats won 12 6 4
Seats after 26 7 28
Seat change Increase8 Increase4 Decrease11
Popular vote 4,864,886 3,953,685 890,028
Percentage 41.01% 33.33% 7.50%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  1 paislogo.png Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores Logo.svg
Party Frente Renovador 1País FIT
Seats before 2[K]
at stake: 2
5[J]
at stake: 1
0[J]
at stake: 0
Seats won 2 0 0
Seats after 2 4 0
Seat change Steady Decrease1 Steady
Popular vote 271,051 1,130,222 510,396
Percentage 2.29% 9.53% 4.30%

Argentinian Chamber of Senators Election 2017 - Results by Province.svg
Seats won by each party per province. Black provinces did not elect senators.

Senate Majority Leader before election

Miguel Ángel Pichetto
Frente para la Victoria

Elected Senate Majority Leader

Miguel Ángel Pichetto
Argentina Federal

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Legislative elections were held in Argentina on 22 October 2017[1] to elect half of the Chamber of Deputies and one third of the Senate. The result was a victory for the ruling Cambiemos alliance, being the most voted force in 13 of the 24 districts.

Background[edit]

The elections will take place during the presidency of Mauricio Macri whose Cambiemos coalition also controls the city of Buenos Aires and Buenos Aires Province. As Cambiemos is a new party with few noteworthy political figures, several members of the cabinet may be asked to resign from it and run for Congress in their respective districts instead.[2]

Peronist factions are divided in two main groups; the Front for Victory, led by the former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, leads the parliamentary opposition to Macri's administration. Another group is composed of politicians from the Justicialist Party and the Renewal Front.

Six members of the Socialist Workers' Party (PTS) were detained at their party office in Buenos Aires on the day of the legislative election after being accused of violating the electoral code by distributing leaflets on election day.[3] According to referents of the PTS, "Men grabbed our partners, threw them on the floor and handcuffed them, and then took them to patrol cars, illegally depriving them of liberty".[4]

Electoral system[edit]

Number of Deputies at stake in each district.
Provinces that will elect Senators in blue.

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

The 257 members of the Chamber of Deputies are elected by proportional representation in 24 multi-member constituencies based on the provinces (plus the City of Buenos Aires). Seats are allocated using the d'Hondt method with a 3% electoral threshold.[5] In this election, 127 of the 257 seats are up for renewal for a four year term.

Province Seats Seats
at stake
Buenos Aires 70 35
City of Buenos Aires 25 13
Catamarca 5 3
Chaco 7 4
Chubut 5 2
Córdoba 18 9
Corrientes 7 3
Entre Ríos 9 5
Formosa 5 2
Jujuy 6 3
La Pampa 5 3
La Rioja 5 2
Mendoza 10 5
Misiones 7 3
Neuquén 5 3
Río Negro 5 2
Salta 7 3
San Juan 6 3
San Luis 5 3
Santa Cruz 5 3
Santa Fe 19 9
Santiago del Estero 7 3
Tierra del Fuego 5 2
Tucumán 9 4
Total 257 127

Senate[edit]

The 72 members of the Senate are elected in the same 24 constituencies, with three seats in each. The party receiving the most votes in each constituency wins two seats, with the third seat awarded to the second-placed party.[6] The 2017 elections will see one-third of Senators renewed, with eight provinces electing three Senators; Buenos Aires, Formosa, Jujuy, La Rioja, Misiones, San Juan, San Luis and Santa Cruz.

Schedule[edit]

The timetable for the different national electoral acts was established on the following dates:

  • 25 April: Closure of the provisional electoral register.
  • 5 May: Publication of the provisional electoral register.
  • 20 May: Deadline to correct the electoral register.
  • 14 June: Deadline to register the alliances.
  • 24 June: Deadline to register the pre-nominations for the primary elections (PASO).
  • 14 July: Beginning of the electoral campaign for the PASO and publication of the definitive electoral register.
  • 21 July: Beginning of the prohibition of the broadcast of advertisements to capture the vote.
  • 29 July: Beginning of the prohibition of public acts (inaugurations, announcements) by the government until the PASO.
  • 11 August: Beginning of the election silence.
  • 13 August: Primary elections (PASO).
  • 17 September: Start of the election campaign for the national elections.
  • 27 September: Beginning of the prohibition to broadcast advertising to capture the vote.
  • 7 October: Beginning of the prohibition of public acts (inaugurations, announcements) by the government, until the elections.
  • 14 October: Beginning of the prohibition to publish opinion polls.
  • 20 October: Beginning of the election silence.
  • 22 October: National legislative elections.

Overall results[edit]

Most voted force by province.

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos[B] 10,261,237 41.75 90 42 61 109 Increase19
Unidad Ciudadana[C] 5,533,334 22.51 5 3 28 30 Increase25
Partido Justicialista[A] 2,701,308 10.90 98 43 18 73 Decrease25
1País[D] 1,441,334 5.86 36 21 4 19 Decrease17
Union for Córdoba[E] 626,887 2.55 5 3 3 5 Steady
Frente Cívico por Santiago 384,125 1.56 6 3 3 6 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores[F] 1,051,300 4.28 4 3 2 3 Decrease1
Frente Renovador de la Concordia 268,646 1.09 3 1 2 4 Increase1
Evolución 237,132 0.96 New New 2 2 Increase2
Frente Progresista, Civico y Social[L] 287,613 1.17 3 3 1 1 Decrease2
Partido Intransigente 184,610 0.75 New New 1 1 Increase1
Chubut para Todos[M] 101,613 0.41 3 2 1 2 Decrease1
Movimiento Popular Neuquino[N] 81,077 0.33 2 2 1 1 Decrease1
Fuerza Republicana 155,089 0.63 New New 0 0 Steady
Autodeterminación y Libertad 82,977 0.34 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Agrario y Social 80,004 0.33 New New 0 0 Steady
Unite por la Libertad y la Dignidad 75,499 0.31 New New 0 0 Steady
Encuentro Vecinal Córdoba 72,533 0.30 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Popular 71,471 0.29 New New 0 0 Steady
Ciudad Futura 71,278 0.29 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Neuquino 68,210 0.28 New New 0 0 Steady
Salta Somos Todos 67,539 0.27 1 0 0 1 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 61,716 0.25 New New 0 0 Steady
Nueva Izquierda 57,519 0.23 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Social y Popular 52,865 0.22 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Obrero 52,705 0.21 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Primero la Gente 50,645 0.21 New New 0 0 Steady
Coalición Cívica ARI 42,937 0.17 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Socialista 42,228 0.17 New New 0 0 Steady
Espacio Grande 32,458 0.13 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores 26,943 0.11 New New 0 0 Steady
Unión Popular 26,224 0.11 New New 0 0 Steady
Somos Corrientes 23,790 0.10 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Popular para la Liberación 16,906 0.07 New New 0 0 Steady
16,222 0.07 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Obrero 15,816 0.06 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Libres del Sur 12,678 0.05 New New 0 0 Steady
ADN–Acción por una Democracia Nueva 12,660 0.05 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Socialista Auténtico del Chubut 12,084 0.05 New New 0 0 Steady
Instrumento Electoral por la Unidad Popular 11,952 0.05 New New 0 0 Steady
Proyecto Sur 11,754 0.05 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Frente Avancemos 11,710 0.05 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Nuevo Octubre 11,620 0.05 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Progresista Popular 10,763 0.04 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda por una Opción Socialista 10,332 0.04 New New 0 0 Steady
Nueva Dirigencia 7,263 0.03 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Progresista Pampeano 7,229 0.03 New New 0 0 Steady
Federal Fueguino 5,784 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido de Trabajadores por el Socialismo 5,722 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Trabajo y del Pueblo 5,423 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Alternativa Popular Riojana 4,423 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas 4,063 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Humanista 3,895 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Iniciativa por la Unión 3,334 0.01 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Integración Latinoamericana de Expresión Social 2,147 0.01 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Principios y Convicción 1,174 0.00 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 24,579,800 100 257 127 127 257
Positive votes 24,579,800 95.64
Blank votes 762,148 2.97
Invalid votes 357,472 1.39
Turnout 25,699,420 76.82
Abstentions 7,754,991 23.18
Registered voters 33,454,411 100

Senate[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos[H] 4,864,886 41.01 18 4 12 26 Increase8
Unidad Ciudadana[I] 3,953,685 33.33 3 2 6 7 Increase4
Partido Justicialista[G] 890,028 7.50 40 15 4 29 Decrease11
Frente Renovador de la Concordia[K] 271,051 2.29 2 2 2 2 Steady
1País[J] 1,130,222 9.53 6 1 0 5 Decrease1
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 510,396 4.30 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Agrario y Social 84,310 0.71 New New 0 0 Steady
Unión Popular 24,435 0.21 New New 0 0 Steady
15,020 0.13 New New 0 0 Steady
ADN–Acción por una Democracia Nueva 12,860 0.11 New New 0 0 Steady
Proyecto Sur 12,620 0.11 1 0 0 1 Steady
Partido Nuevo Octubre 12,406 0.10 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Avancemos 11,712 0.10 New New 0 0 Steady
Nueva Izquierda 11,451 0.10 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Progresista Popular 11,053 0.09 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Obrero 10,440 0.09 New New 0 0 Steady
Instrumento Electoral por la Unidad Popular 8,614 0.07 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 8,420 0.07 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido de Trabajadores por el Socialismo 4,796 0.04 New New 0 0 Steady
Alternativa Popular Riojana 4,741 0.04 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Obrero 3,899 0.03 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores 2,690 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Integración Latinoamericana de Expresión Social 2,185 0.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Norte Grande Retired New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Cívico por Santiago Did not participate 2 0 0 2 Steady
Total 11,861,920 100 72 24 24 72
Positive votes 11,861,920 95.96
Blank votes 390,937 3.16
Invalid votes 108,361 0.88
Turnout 12,361,218 78.72
Abstentions 3,341,289 21.28
Registered voters 15,702,507 100

Elections for National Deputies by Province[edit]

Buenos Aires City[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Vamos Juntos 982,867 50.98 14 8 8 14 Steady
Unidad Porteña 419,176 21.74 1 1 3 3 Increase2
Evolución 237,132 12.30 New New 2 2 Increase2
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 111,696 5.79 New New 0 0 Steady
Avancemos Hacia 1País Mejor 93,980 4.87 4 1 0 3 Decrease1
Autodeterminación y Libertad 82,977 4.30 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 5 2 0 3 Decrease2
Proyecto Sur Did not participate 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Total 1,927,828 100 25 13 13 25
Positive votes 1,927,828 98.23
Blank votes 15,760 0.80
Invalid votes 18,916 0.96
Turnout 1,962,504 72.84
Abstentions 748,171 27.16
Registered voters 2,710,675 100
Sources:[7][8]

Buenos Aires[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos Buenos Aires 3,930,406 42.15 15 4 15 26 Increase11
Unidad Ciudadana 3,383,114 36.28 New New 13 13 Increase13
1País 1,028,385 11.03 24 16 4 12 Decrease12
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 497,665 5.34 2 1 2 3 Increase1
Frente Justicialista-Cumplir 485,138 5.20 28 13 1 16 Decrease12
Frente Progresista, Civico y Social Did not participate 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Total 9,324,708 100 70 35 35 70
Positive votes 9,324,708 95.65
Blank votes 356,172 3.65
Invalid votes 68,559 0.70
Turnout 9,749,439 78.86
Abstentions 2,613,618 21.14
Registered voters 12,363,057 100
Sources:[7][9]

Catamarca[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Justicialista para la Victoria 95,927 47.84 2 1 2 3 Increase1
83,937 41.86 3 2 1 2 Decrease1
Frente de Unidad Ciudadana 11,935 5.95 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Obrero 8,715 4.35 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 200,514 100 5 3 3 5
Positive votes 200,514 89.81
Blank votes 19,633 8.79
Invalid votes 3,135 1.40
Turnout 223,282 71.67
Abstentions 88,263 28.33
Registered voters 311,545 100
Sources:[7][10]

Chaco[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos 271,110 41.79 2 1 2 3 Increase1
Frente Chaco Merece Más 257,053 39.62 5 3 2 4 Decrease1
Unidad Ciudadana 69,786 10.76 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Obrero 32,220 4.97 New New 0 0 Steady
Un Nuevo País (1P) 18,615 2.87 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 648,784 100 7 4 4 7
Positive votes 648,784 97.39
Blank votes 8,795 1.32
Invalid votes 8,577 1.29
Turnout 666,156 72.84
Abstentions 248,341 27.16
Registered voters 914,497 100
Sources:[7][11]

Chubut[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Chubut para Todos 101,613 33.23 3 2 1 2 Decrease1
Cambiemos Chubut 95,266 31.16 New New 1 1 Increase1
Frente para la Victoria 73,026 23.88 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Socialista Auténtico del Chubut 12,084 3.95 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Obrero 10,105 3.30 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores 8,238 2.69 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Trabajo y del Pueblo 5,423 1.77 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 2 0 0 2 Steady
Total 305,755 100 5 2 2 5
Positive votes 305,755 94.96
Blank votes 4,747 1.47
Invalid votes 11,483 3.57
Turnout 321,985 74.00
Abstentions 113,160 26.00
Registered voters 435,145 100
Sources:[7][12]

Córdoba[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos 996,950 48.48 9 4 5 10 Increase1
Union for Córdoba 626,887 30.48 5 3 3 5 Steady
Frente Córdoba Ciudadana 199,683 9.71 1 0 1 2 Increase1
Encuentro Vecinal Córdoba 72,533 3.53 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 67,956 3.30 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Primero la Gente 50,645 2.46 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 41,741 2.03 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 3 2 0 2 Decrease2
Total 2,056,395 100 18 9 9 18
Positive votes 2,056,395 97.29
Blank votes 21,438 1.01
Invalid votes 35,828 1.70
Turnout 2,113,661 72.68
Abstentions 794,439 27.32
Registered voters 2,908,100 100
Sources:[7][13]

Corrientes[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
317,900 55.43 3 2 2 3 Steady
Juntos Podemos Más 146,730 25.58 4 1 1 4 Steady
Frente Renovador-1País 85,135 14.84 New New 0 0 Steady
Somos Corrientes 23,790 4.15 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 573,555 100 7 3 3 7
Positive votes 573,555 96.50
Blank votes 10,009 1.68
Invalid votes 10,788 1.82
Turnout 594,352 70.07
Abstentions 253,921 29.93
Registered voters 848,273 100
Sources:[7][14]

Entre Ríos[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos 437,792 53.02 3 1 3 5 Increase2
Frente Justicialista Somos Entre Ríos 313,515 37.97 5 3 2 4 Decrease1
Nueva Izquierda 39,068 4.73 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Socialista 35,344 4.28 New New 0 0 Steady
1País Did not participate 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Total 825,719 100 9 5 5 9
Positive votes 825,719 96.74
Blank votes 9,574 1.12
Invalid votes 18,289 2.14
Turnout 853,582 79.26
Abstentions 223,335 20.74
Registered voters 1,076,917 100
Sources:[7][15]

Formosa[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente de la Victoria 202,817 61.89 New New 1 1 Increase1
119,865 36.58 2 1 1 2 Steady
Partido Obrero 3,831 1.17 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Principios y Convicción 1,174 0.36 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 3 1 0 2 Decrease1
Total 327,687 100 5 2 2 5
Positive votes 327,687 94.21
Blank votes 17,221 4.95
Invalid votes 2,924 0.84
Turnout 347,832 78.50
Abstentions 95,260 21.50
Registered voters 443,092 100
Sources:[7][16]

Jujuy[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Jujeño Cambiemos 185,253 51.73 3 2 2 3 Steady
Frente Justicialista 70,818 19.78 2 1 1 2 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 63,512 17.74 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Renovador 1País 33,859 9.46 1 0 0 1 Steady
Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores 2,512 0.70 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Integración Latinoamericana de Expresión Social 2,147 0.60 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 358,101 100 6 3 3 6
Positive votes 358,101 82.48
Blank votes 69,428 15.99
Invalid votes 6,647 1.53
Turnout 434,176 80.61
Abstentions 104,442 19.39
Registered voters 538,618 100
Sources:[7][17]

La Pampa[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Partido Justicialista 96,121 45.42 2 1 2 3 Increase1
Frente Cambiemos La Pampa 96,045 45.39 3 2 1 2 Decrease1
Frente Progresista Pampeano 7,229 3.42 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 4,257 2.01 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas 4,063 1.92 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Humanista 3,895 1.84 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 211,610 100 5 3 3 5
Positive votes 211,610 97.11
Blank votes 2,044 0.94
Invalid votes 4,248 1.95
Turnout 217,902 76.93
Abstentions 65,343 23.07
Registered voters 283,245 100
Sources:[7][18]

La Rioja[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
85,685 44.78 3 1 1 3 Steady
Frente Justicialista Riojano 84,477 44.15 2 1 1 2 Steady
Una Rioja 9,176 4.80 New New 0 0 Steady
Alternativa Popular Riojana 4,423 2.31 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 4,170 2.18 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 3,427 1.79 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Norte Grande Retired New New 0 0 Steady
Total 191,358 100 5 2 2 5
Positive votes 191,358 93.87
Blank votes 8,631 4.23
Invalid votes 3,861 1.89
Turnout 203,850 72.31
Abstentions 78,059 27.69
Registered voters 281,909 100
Sources:[7][19]

Mendoza[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos 491,012 45.73 5 2 3 6 Increase1
Somos Mendoza 272,552 25.38 3 1 1 3 Steady
Partido Intransigente 184,610 17.19 New New 1 1 Increase1
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 125,516 11.69 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
1País Did not participate 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Total 1,073,690 100 10 5 5 10
Positive votes 1,073,690 96.00
Blank votes 25,039 2.24
Invalid votes 19,680 1.76
Turnout 1,118,409 78.06
Abstentions 314,560 21.94
Registered voters 1,432,969 100
Sources:[7][20]

Misiones[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Renovador de la Concordia 268,646 42.76 3 1 2 4 Increase1
Frente Cambiemos 211,164 33.61 2 2 1 1 Decrease1
Partido Agrario y Social 80,004 12.73 New New 0 0 Steady
Unión Popular 26,224 4.17 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Avancemos 11,710 1.86 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Nuevo Octubre 11,620 1.85 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido del Obrero 10,380 1.65 New New 0 0 Steady
Instrumento Electoral por la Unidad Popular 8,527 1.36 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 2 0 0 2 Steady
Total 628,275 100 7 3 3 7
Positive votes 628,275 89.89
Blank votes 62,595 8.96
Invalid votes 8,004 1.15
Turnout 698,874 78.11
Abstentions 196,269 21.89
Registered voters 895,143 100
Sources:[7][21]

Neuquén[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos 106,821 28.21 1 0 1 2 Increase1
Movimiento Popular Neuquino 81,077 21.41 2 2 1 1 Decrease1
Unidad Ciudadana para la Victoria 73,310 19.36 New New 1 1 Increase1
Frente Neuquino 68,210 18.01 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 22,783 6.02 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Libres del Sur 12,678 3.35 New New 0 0 Steady
Nueva Izquierda 6,937 1.83 New New 0 0 Steady
1País Frente Renovador Neuquén +A 6,879 1.82 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 2 1 0 1 Decrease1
Total 378,695 100 5 3 3 5
Positive votes 378,695 96.00
Blank votes 3,812 0.97
Invalid votes 11,966 3.03
Turnout 394,473 80.45
Abstentions 95,844 19.55
Registered voters 490,317 100
Sources:[7][22]

Río Negro[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente para la Victoria 189,557 49.36 New New 1 1 Increase1
Cambiemos Río Negro 122,838 31.99 1 0 1 2 Increase1
Coalición Cívica ARI 42,937 11.18 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 14,636 3.81 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 7,162 1.87 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Socialista 6,884 1.79 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 4 2 0 2 Decrease2
Total 384,014 100 5 2 2 5
Positive votes 384,014 95.79
Blank votes 4,894 1.22
Invalid votes 11,993 2.99
Turnout 400,901 74.25
Abstentions 139,016 25.75
Registered voters 539,917 100
Sources:[7][23]

Salta[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos País 211,377 30.25 2 1 1 2 Steady
Frente Unidad y Renovación 170,759 24.44 3 1 1 3 Steady
Frente Ciudadano para la Victoria 162,389 23.24 New New 1 1 Increase1
Salta Somos Todos 67,539 9.66 1 0 0 1 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 53,655 7.68 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Frente Popular para la Liberación 16,906 2.42 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores 16,193 2.32 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 698,818 100 7 3 3 7
Positive votes 698,818 96.08
Blank votes 13,361 1.84
Invalid votes 15,104 2.08
Turnout 727,283 73.36
Abstentions 264,166 26.64
Registered voters 991,449 100
Sources:[7][24]

San Juan[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Todos 226,425 53.68 4 2 2 4 Steady
Cambiemos San Juan 132,820 31.49 1 1 1 1 Steady
1 País Somos San Juan 20,379 4.83 1 0 0 1 Steady
ADN–Acción por una Democracia Nueva 12,660 3.00 New New 0 0 Steady
Nueva Izquierda 11,514 2.73 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Progresista Popular 10,763 2.55 New New 0 0 Steady
Nueva Dirigencia 7,263 1.72 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 421,824 100 6 3 3 6
Positive votes 421,824 96.38
Blank votes 8,995 2.06
Invalid votes 6,846 1.56
Turnout 437,665 78.92
Abstentions 116,886 21.08
Registered voters 554,551 100
Sources:[7][25]

San Luis[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Unidad Justicialista San Luis 158,573 55.00 3 2 2 3 Steady
Avanzar y Cambiemos por San Luis 123,994 43.01 2 1 1 2 Steady
Partido de Trabajadores por el Socialismo 5,722 1.98 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 288,289 100 5 3 3 5
Positive votes 288,289 91.99
Blank votes 22,172 7.07
Invalid votes 2,947 0.94
Turnout 313,408 83.14
Abstentions 63,534 16.86
Registered voters 376,942 100
Sources:[7][26]

Santa Cruz[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Unión Para Vivir Mejor-Cambiemos 72,759 43.91 3 2 2 3 Steady
Frente para la Victoria 52,953 31.96 New New 1 1 Increase1
16,222 9.79 New New 0 0 Steady
Movimiento Politico, Social y Cultural Proyecto Sur 11,754 7.09 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Renovador Autentico 6,890 4.16 New New 0 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 5,129 3.10 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 2 1 0 1 Decrease1
Total 165,707 100 5 3 3 5
Positive votes 165,707 94.17
Blank votes 4,598 2.61
Invalid votes 5,669 3.22
Turnout 175,974 70.62
Abstentions 73,221 29.38
Registered voters 249,195 100
Sources:[7][27]

Santa Fe[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Cambiemos 743,139 37.80 9 5 5 9 Steady
Frente Justicialista 509,190 25.90 New New 3 3 Increase3
Frente Progresista, Civico y Social 287,613 14.63 2 2 1 1 Decrease1
1 Proyecto Santafesino 87,955 4.47 2 0 0 2 Steady
Unite por la Libertad y la Dignidad 75,499 3.84 New New 0 0 Steady
Ciudad Futura 71,278 3.63 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Popular 62,961 3.20 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Social y Popular 52,865 2.69 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 43,107 2.19 New New 0 0 Steady
Espacio Grande 32,458 1.65 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 6 2 0 4 Decrease2
Total 1,966,065 100 19 9 9 19
Positive votes 1,966,065 95.28
Blank votes 37,350 1.81
Invalid votes 60,056 2.91
Turnout 2,063,471 75.35
Abstentions 674,866 24.65
Registered voters 2,738,337 100
Sources:[7][28]

Santiago del Estero[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Cívico por Santiago 384,125 70.09 6 3 3 6 Steady
Cambiemos 94,968 17.33 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente Renovador 1País 50,081 9.14 1 0 0 1 Steady
Izquierda por una Opción Socialista 10,332 1.89 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Popular 8,510 1.55 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 548,016 100 7 3 3 7
Positive votes 548,016 94.15
Blank votes 29,283 5.03
Invalid votes 4,759 0.82
Turnout 582,058 79.00
Abstentions 154,739 21.00
Registered voters 736,797 100
Sources:[7][29]

Tierra del Fuego[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Ciudadano y Social 27,825 29.96 New New 1 1 Increase1
Cambiemos Tierra del Fuego 27,654 29.77 1 0 1 2 Increase1
Frente Tierra de Unión 21,595 23.25 4 2 0 2 Decrease2
Federal Fueguino 5,784 6.23 New New 0 0 Steady
Instrumento Electoral por la Unidad Popular 3,425 3.69 New New 0 0 Steady
Iniciativa por la Unión 3,334 3.59 New New 0 0 Steady
Partido Obrero 3,270 3.52 New New 0 0 Steady
Total 92,887 100 5 2 2 5
Positive votes 92,887 95.24
Blank votes 610 0.63
Invalid votes 4,024 4.13
Turnout 97,521 73.03
Abstentions 36,001 26.97
Registered voters 133,522 100
Sources:[7][30]

Tucumán[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before election Seats after election +/–
Total seats Seats at stake Seats won Total seats
Frente Justicialista por Tucumán 460,198 46.89 5 2 2 5 Steady
Cambiemos para el Bicentenario 319,615 32.56 3 1 2 4 Increase1
Fuerza Republicana 155,089 15.80 New New 0 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 46,604 4.75 New New 0 0 Steady
1País Did not participate 1 1 0 0 Decrease1
Total 981,506 100 9 4 4 9
Positive votes 981,506 98.08
Blank votes 5,987 0.60
Invalid votes 13,169 1.32
Turnout 1,000,662 82.19
Abstentions 216,881 17.81
Registered voters 1,217,543 100
Sources:[7][31]

Elections for National Senators by Province[edit]

Buenos Aires[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Cambiemos Buenos Aires 3,912,526 41.35 New 2 Increase2
Unidad Ciudadana 3,529,900 37.31 New 1 Increase1
1País 1,069,747 11.31 1 0 Decrease1
Frente Justicialista-Cumplir 500,945 5.29 2 0 Decrease2
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 448,933 4.74 New 0 Steady
Total 9,462,051 100
Positive votes 9,462,051 97.05
Blank votes 216,392 2.22
Invalid votes 70,996 0.73
Turnout 9,749,439 78.86
Abstentions 2,613,618 21,14
Registered voters 12,363,057 100
Source:[7]

Formosa[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Frente de la Victoria 201,972 61.69 New 2 Increase2
121,520 37.12 1 1 Steady
Partido Obrero 3,899 1.19 New 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 2 0 Decrease2
Total 327,391 100
Positive votes 327,391 94.12
Blank votes 17,395 5.00
Invalid votes 3,046 0.88
Turnout 347,832 78.50
Abstentions 95,260 21.50
Registered voters 443,092 100
Source:[7]

Jujuy[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Frente Jujeño Cambiemos 189,858 52.60 1 2 Increase1
Frente Justicialista 75,062 20.80 2 1 Decrease1
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 57,164 15.84 New 0 Steady
Frente Renovador 1País 33,997 9.42 New 0 Steady
Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores 2,690 0.75 New 0 Steady
Movimiento Integración Latinoamericana de Expresión Social 2,185 0.61 New 0 Steady
Total 360,956 100
Positive votes 360,956 83.14
Blank votes 66,522 15.32
Invalid votes 6,698 1.54
Turnout 434,176 80.61
Abstentions 104,442 19.39
Registered voters 538,618 100
Source:[7]

La Rioja[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
91,307 48.02 New 2 Increase2
Frente Justicialista Riojano 86,518 45.50 3 1 Decrease2
Alternativa Popular Riojana 4,741 2.49 New 0 Steady
Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores 4,299 2.26 New 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 3,266 1.72 New 0 Steady
Movimiento Norte Grande Retired New 0 Steady
Total 190,131 100
Positive votes 190,131 93.27
Blank votes 9,961 4.89
Invalid votes 3,758 1.84
Turnout 203,850 72.31
Abstentions 78,059 27.69
Registered voters 281,909 100
Source:[7]

Misiones[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Frente Renovador de la Concordia 271,051 42.76 2 2 Steady
Frente Cambiemos 210,956 33.28 New 1 Increase1
Partido Agrario y Social 84,310 13.30 New 0 Steady
Unión Popular 24,435 3.85 New 0 Steady
Partido Nuevo Octubre 12,406 1.96 New 0 Steady
Frente Avancemos 11,712 1.85 New 0 Steady
Partido del Obrero 10,440 1.65 New 0 Steady
Instrumento Electoral por la Unidad Popular 8,614 1.36 New 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 1 0 Decrease1
Total 633,924 100
Positive votes 633,924 90.71
Blank votes 56,916 8.14
Invalid votes 8,034 1.15
Turnout 698,874 78.11
Abstentions 196,269 21.89
Registered voters 895,143 100
Source:[7]

San Juan[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Frente Todos 227,503 54.55 2 2 Steady
Cambiemos San Juan 134,742 32.31 1 1 Steady
1 País Somos San Juan 19,446 4.66 New 0 Steady
ADN–Acción por una Democracia Nueva 12,860 3.08 New 0 Steady
Nueva Izquierda 11,451 2.75 New 0 Steady
Frente Progresista Popular 11,053 2.65 New 0 Steady
Total 417,055 100
Positive votes 417,055 95.29
Blank votes 13,436 3.07
Invalid votes 7,174 1.64
Turnout 437,665 78.92
Abstentions 116,886 21.08
Registered voters 554,551 100
Source:[7]

San Luis[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Frente Unidad Justicialista San Luis 168,167 55.48 2 2 Steady
Avanzar y Cambiemos por San Luis 130,165 42.94 New 1 Increase1
Partido de Trabajadores por el Socialismo 4,796 1.58 New 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 1 0 Decrease1
Total 303,128 100
Positive votes 303,128 96.72
Blank votes 7,359 2.35
Invalid votes 2,921 0.93
Turnout 313,408 83.14
Abstentions 63,534 16.86
Registered voters 376,942 100
Source:[7]

Santa Cruz[edit]

Party Votes % Seats before Seats won +/–
Unión Para Vivir Mejor-Cambiemos 73,812 44.12 1 2 Increase1
Frente para la Victoria 53,646 32.07 New 1 Increase1
15,020 8.98 New 0 Steady
Movimiento Politico, Social y Cultural Proyecto Sur 12,620 7.54 New 0 Steady
Frente Renovador Autentico 7,032 4.20 New 0 Steady
Izquierda al Frente por el Socialismo 5,154 3.08 New 0 Steady
Partido Justicialista Did not participate 2 0 Decrease2
Total 167,284 100
Positive votes 167,284 95.06
Blank votes 2,956 1.68
Invalid votes 5,734 3.26
Turnout 175,974 70.62
Abstentions 73,221 29.38
Registered voters 249,195 100
Source:[7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
    • Frente para la Victoria-PJ: 71 seats (31 at stake)
    • Justicialista: 17 seats (8 at stake)
    • Peronismo para la Victoria: 5 seats (1 at stake)
    • Brigadier General Juan Bautista Bustos: 2 seat (2 at stake)
    • Cultura, Educación y Trabajo: 1 seat (at stake)
    • Juntos por Argentina (Primero Tucumán): 1 seat (not at stake)
    • Partido Bloquista de San Juan: 1 seat (not at stake)
  2. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
  3. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
    • Compromiso Federal: 3 seats (2 at stake)
    • Solidario Sí: 1 seat (at stake)
    • Concertación-FORJA: 1 seat (not at stake)
  4. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included: Not including these parties in the parliamentary group Federal Unidos por una Nueva Argentina that decided to not run together:
    • Unidos por una Nueva Argentina: 5 seats (3 at stake)
    • Movimiento Popular Neuquino: 2 seats (2 at stake)
    • Trabajo y Dignidad: 2 seats (2 at stake)
    • Chubut Somos Todos: 1 seat (not at stake)
  5. ^ a b Parliamentary group in Federal Unidos por una Nueva Argentina, the same as 1País, but that decided to not run together:
    • Unidos por una Nueva Argentina: 5 seats (3 at stake)
  6. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
  7. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
    • PJ-Frente para la Victoria: 35 seats (14 at stake)
    • Justicialista La Pampa: 2 seats (not at stake)
    • Federalismo y Liberación: 1 seat (at stake)
    • Pares: 1 seat (not at stake)
    • Justicialista 8 de Octubre: 1 seat (not at stake)
  8. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
  9. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
  10. ^ a b c Parliamentary groups included:
    • Movimiento Popular Neuquino: 2 seats (not at stake)
    • Chubut Somos Todos: 1 seat (not at stake)
    • Generación para un Encuentro Nacional: 1 seat (at stake)
    • Union for Córdoba: 1 seat (not at stake)
    • Movimiento Popular Fueguino: 1 seat (not at stake)
  11. ^ a b Parliamentary groups included:
  12. ^ Parliamentary groups included: Not including these parties in the parliamentary group Frente Amplio Progresista that decided to run with 1País:
    • Libres del Sur: 3 seats (2 at stake)
    • Generación para un Encuentro Nacional: 1 seat (at stake)
    Not including this party in the parliamentary group Frente Amplio Progresista that decided to run with Cambiemos:
  13. ^ Parliamentary groups in Federal Unidos por una Nueva Argentina, the same as 1País, but that decided to not run together:
    • Trabajo y Dignidad: 2 seats (2 at stake)
    • Chubut Somos Todos: 1 seat (not at stake)
  14. ^ In the parliamentary group Federal Unidos por una Nueva Argentina, the same as 1País, but decided to not run together.

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