1836 Chilean presidential election

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The Chilean presidential election of 1836 took place through a system of electors, and resulted in the reelection as President of General José Joaquín Prieto.

Prieto faced little opposition in this election and was easily reelected.


Candidates Votes %
José Joaquín Prieto 143 91.08%
José Miguel Infante 11 7.01%
José Manuel Borgoño 2 1.27%
Diego Portales 1 0.64%
Total 157 100%

Source: [1]