1936 Argentine legislative election

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Legislative elections were held in Argentina on 1 March 1936.[1] The National Democratic Party remained the largest faction, with 55 of the 158 seats, despite receiving far fewer votes than the Radical Civic Union. Voter turnout was 70.9%.[2]

Results[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Radical Civic Union 720,009 44.0 40 +38
National Democratic Party 370,315 22.7 55 -5
Socialist Party 150,442 9.2 25 -18
Democratic Progressive Party 80,542 4.9 6 -6
Unified Radical Civic Union 43,615 2.7 4 0
NDP-Antipersonal UCR 39,798 2.4 11
Liberal Party 17,043 1.0 2 -2
Independent Socialist Party 12,073 0.7 2 -4
Popular Party 2,775 0.2 2 0
Radical Civic Union Santa Fé 82,625 5.1 10 New
Radical Civic Union Tucumán 32,903 2.0 New
Concordancia 30,443 1.9
Popular de Jujuy 11,171 0.7 New
Radical Party 10,987 0.7 New
Radical Civic Union Buenos Aires 7,142 0.4
Federalist Radican Civic Union 6,919 0.4 New
Public Health Party 5,387 0.3
Radical Civic Union San Luis 4,063 0.2 New
Democratic National Renewal Centre 2,719 0.2 New
National Labour Party 1,681 0.1 New
Integ. Argentino 267 0.1 New
Others 1,718 0.1
Vacant seats 1
Invalid/blank votes 88,080
Total 1,722,717 100 158 0
Source: Nohlen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p67 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3
  2. ^ Nohlen, p84