Elections 2023: the calendar begins and 18 provinces detach themselves from the Nation

The calendar of the Elections 2023. Times are speeding up, above all because of the decision of most of the provinces (18 of the 24) to separate their election of the presidential comedians. Official supporters and opponents prefer to play the game on their own, to get away from what happens at the country level after the August primaries.

The first game will be played in just over a month: el February 12 La Pampa will have the interns open and simultaneous This means that they are not mandatory, although the internal scheme was maintained for the coalitions to order their candidacies.

There will be real competition for the governorship only in Juntos por el Cambio, with Martín Berhongaray (UCR) and Martín Maquieyra (PRO), since the ruling party will modify the list of unity behind the figure of Sergio Ziliotto who will go for re-election.

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April will be a spicy month

On April 16, the vote is taken in Rio Negro and Neuquen, provinces that do not play with national parties, but rather lead provincial spaces: Juntos Somos Río Negro governs with Arabela Carreras and Senator Alberto Weretilneck will replace him. And the Neuquino Popular Movement, of Governor Omar Gutiérrez, where the official candidate will be Marcos Koopmann and the Single Electronic Ballot will be used.

That April 16 will also be voted in Trelew, Chubut. And it is speculated that the same will happen throughout the province, although Governor Mariano Arcioni has not yet announced it.

In San Juan, Sergio Uñac is going for a third term and, since the issue is under judicial review, he could need an endorsement from the Supreme Court.

May: elections for all tastes

On the 7th of that month there will be suffrages in Jujuy and Missions. Interesting since the governors Gerardo Morales (UCR) and Oscar Herrera Ahuad, of the Frente Renovador de la Concordia, will not be running for re-election.

On May 14, many will go for his re-election: Sergio Ziliotto (La Pampa), Gustavo Sáenz (Salta), Sergio Uñac (San Juan) and Osvaldo Jaldo together with the chief of staff Juan Manzur (Tucumán).

In San Juan, Uñac played hard and a Law of Mottos happened that surprised José Luis Gioja. He is also going for a third term and, as the issue is judicialized, he could need an endorsement from the Supreme Court of the Nation.

in tucuman, the “reelection” of Jaldo relative selection. He is governor because he replaced Manzur when he took office. There the formula will be reversed and Jaldo-Manzur will remain.

in Formosa Everything seems to indicate that there will also be an election in May. The favorite? As since 1995, Gildo Insfrán, who has a Ley de Lemas and indefinite re-election.

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June and July: confirmed and in doubt

in June It is still to be seen if legislative elections in Corrientes and governor in Tierra del Fuego and Córdoba are confirmed. Are already confirmed those of San Luis and the PASO of Mendozaambassador on the 11th

The deadline for submitting lists expires on the 24th. in the national PASO and in those of the City and the province of Buenos Aires. The province of Santa Fe will have the provincial PASO between the end of June and the beginning of July and the general elections will be between August 27 and September 10. As there is no possibility of re-election, the replacement for Omar Perotti is discounted.

July 30 would be the PASO in Entre Ríos and since Governor Gustavo Bordet cannot run for re-election either, Together for Change expects to win the province with former Macrista minister Rogelio Frigerio. Mindful of this, Bordet does not guarantee the date of the PASO or the general elections.

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final stretch

From August begins the final stretch. At the national level, the PASO will be on Sunday, August 13. That same day, primaries for Buenos Aires head of government and for governor in Buenos Aires and Catamarca would also be voted. On September 17, there will be a vote for governor in Chaco. There will be no STEP and Jorge Capitanich would go for re-election. On September 24, the general will be voted on in Mendoza and perhaps also in Entre Ríos.

For October, the main dish. On Sunday the 22nd will be the national general elections. That same day, provincial positions will be voted in Catamarca, La Rioja, Santa Cruz, Santiago del Estero, City and province of Buenos Aires. In the event of a second round, it will be on November 19.

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