On San Juan will vote in the 2021 midterm elections to renew half of the seats that correspond to the province in the Chamber of Deputies of the Nation, in a scenario of unity in most of the coalitions except one that will go internal.
On December 10, the mandates of two legislators of the Front of All (FdT), Walberto Enrique Allende and Francisco Alejandro Guevara Olivera, and one from PRO, Eduardo Cáceres.
There will be two appointments that San Juan will have with the ballot boxes: on September 12, with the completion of the Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory Primaries (PASO), and on November 14, when the general elections for the consecration of the new legislators will take place.
These dates were modified by law after an agreement between the different political forces, which took into account the exceptional nature of the health emergency generated by the pandemic of coronavirus and they postponed the elections that were originally scheduled for August 8 (PASO) and October 24 (general).
Governor Sergio Uñac achieved unity in the Frente de Todos San Juan.
In national elections, the Chamber of Deputies will renew 127 seats. The one that risks the most is the opposition bloc: of its 115 seats, Together for Change renews 60. For the ruling party it will be the opportunity to nurture a legislative volume. With 119 deputies, 10 of his own quorum, he risks 51.
At Senate 24 benches will be up for grabs: there are 15 from the Frente de Todos, 8 from Together for Change and one from the Federal Interblock, which was left in the hands of María Alejandra Vucasovich, a replacement for the late Carlos Reutemann.
What is voted in San Juan
In the two rounds of national elections there is a registry of 34,330,557 citizenss, according to data published by the National Electoral Chamber (CNE). That number represents an increase of 7.06% compared to the voters in 2019, which at that time were 32,064,323 citizens able to vote.
Walberto Allende, candidate for national deputy for the Frente de Todos in San Juan.
San Juan It has 579,913 eligible voters to vote in the 2021 elections, 1.68 percent of the country. The province of Buenos Aires continues to be the district with the largest electoral volume: with its 12,704,518 voters, it accounts for 37%.
The governor Sergio Uñac got unity in the Frente de Todos facing the PASO. The unified list between the local PJ and the blocism, recently renewed after several years, is headed by the current national deputy Walberto allende. The legislator, a man of confidence of the president, will head the list of candidates for the ruling party.
Follow him the current Minister of Government, Fabiola Aubone, who will take second place. Third was presented to Luis Rueda, current Secretary of the Interior, who remained with the leadership of the blocism after eight years of having been in charge of Deputy Graciela Caselles.
The candidate of Together for Change in San Juan, Susana Laciar, along with the national deputy Marcelo Orrego.
Also in Together for Change there was a unity agreement. At the top of the list, it was Susana laciar, the woman who for years accompanied Marcela Orrego in the role of local opposition. In second place was the president of the PRO in San Juan, Enzo Cornejo; while in third place will be Alejandra Leonardo from the UCR.
Will go to inmates in the STEP on Workers’ Left Front-Unity, who will face Gloria Cimino and Cristian Jurado. Finally, Consenso Ischigualasto has Marcelo Arancibia as the head of the list.