Peruvian presidential election, 1899

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Presidential elections were held in Peru in 1899. Eduardo López de Romaña of the Civilista Party was elected with 97% of the vote.[1]


Candidate Party Votes %
Eduardo López de Romaña Civilista Party 55,918 96.52
Manuel Candamo Independent 1,337 2.31
Manuel González Prada Independent 549 0.95
Guillermo Billinghurst Independent 129 0.22
Invalid/blank votes 352
Total 58,285 100
Registered voters/turnout 108,597 53.67
Source: Tuesta


  1. ^ Fernando Tuesta Soldevilla (2001) Perú politítico en cifras, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, p611