Chilean presidential election, 1881

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The Chilean presidential election of 1881 took place during the War of the Pacific through a system of electors, and resulted in the election as President of Domingo Santa María, who was the sole candidate after Manuel Baquedano's resignation.


Candidates Party Votes  %
Domingo Santa María PL 225 73.77%
Abstentions 80 26.23%
Total 305 100%


  1. Presidential Election 1881 (in Spanish)