Gustavo Melella, Daniel Blanco, Andrea Almirón de Pauli, Héctor Antonio Stefani and Lucía Zulma Fernández
The 2023 elections in Tierra del Fuego will be this Sunday, May 14, as established by provincial decree 450, and there are 141,548 people authorized to vote. It is the same day that it will also be defined who will govern in La Pampa and Salta for the next four years.
The southern province must elect, in addition to the governor and vice, 23 legislators (15 holders and 8 substitutes), 3 mayors and 8 municipal councilors (5 holders and 3 substitutes). Mayors and councilors will be voted in Tolhuin, Ushuaia and Río Grande.
On the other hand, if there is a second round in the provincial elections, it will be on May 28, as established in article 203 of the provincial Constitution. “If none of the formulas obtains that majority, a second election will be held within 15 days between the two formulas with the most votes in the first, the one with the highest number of votes being consecrated,” says the legislation.
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In addition, the province must return to the polls in the national elections that will be held on August 13 (Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory Primaries) and on October 22 (general), Tierra del Fuego must renew the bench of 3 deputies in Congress of the Nation It should be noted that on this occasion, Tierra del Fuego should not renew national senators.
In Tierra del Fuego there are 141,548 people authorized to vote (Agustin Marcarian)
In the 2023 elections of Tierra del Fuego, five formulas are presented for the governorship. The ruling party, linked to the Frente de Todos, intends to remain in power and take advantage of the division of the opposition.
Gustavo Melella is the current governor of Tierra del Fuego and on Sunday he is betting on being re-elected
He has been the governor of the province since 2019, and was previously mayor of Río Grande for two consecutive terms. Now, he is running for re-election in the Executive for the United We Make Future front together with Mónica Urquiza. Melella is the leader of the FORJA Concertación Party, a union of organizations referenced in Kirchnerism, which emerged in 2008 from a break with radicalism.
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Pablo Daniel Blanco will represent the seal of Together for Change in the Tierra del Fuego elections
Pablo Daniel Blanco is a national senator from the Unión Cívica Radical bloc and is running as a candidate for governor together with Federico Frigerio, a leader of the Integration and Development Movement (MID).
Hector Antonio Stefani
Héctor Antonio Stefani will represent the PRO in the Tierra del Fuego elections after Together for Change did not reach unity
Héctor “Tito” Stefani is a representative of the nation of Together for Change and has a degree in Political Science. He appears together with Paulino Rossi for the PRO, because a JvC unit list was not achieved.
Andrea Almiron de Pauli
Andrea Almirón is the candidate for governor supported by Javier Milei
Andrea Almirón de Pauli is the candidate for governor of Tierra del Fuego for the United Republicans. The pastor has the support of the space of the libertarians of Javier Milei, and she will lead the formula together with Sebastián Galdeano.
Lucia Zulma Fernandez
Lucía Zulma Fernández is the candidate of the Workers’ Left Front
Lucía Zulma Fernández is the candidate for governor of the Workers’ Left Front and is running on the ticket along with María Luisa Mesa. It is the only list that represents the space on the left.
In addition to Tierra del Fuego, Salta and La Pampa will vote for governor, vice and provincial deputies and municipal authorities. It should be noted that there will be no elections in Tucumán (which were originally scheduled for the same day), and that there will be partial elections in San Juan, after the Supreme Court of Justice gave rise to precautionary measures presented by the opposition in both provinces, where questioned the candidacies for the Executive Branch of Sergio Uñac and Juan Manzur. The province will only vote for proportional deputies, departmental deputies and departmental mayors with their respective councillors.
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