According to census data, there were 38,074 polling stations in the Buenos Aires area and the percentage of voters was 71.07% of the total number of registered voters, or 13,115,144 people (37% of the country’s total). Breaking down the numbers, it appears that the formula led by Sergio Massa and Agustín Rossi (UxP) totaled 2,967,686.
Meanwhile, the pairings that competed in the internal JxC: Patricia Bullrich-Luis Petri who added 1,502,096 votesj Horacio Rodríguez Larreta-Gerardo Morales, 1,159,739.
In turn, the formula of EVERYTHING that forms Javier Milei-Victoria Villaruel counted a total of 2,259,556 votes in the country’s most electoral province; while the Left and Workers Front (FIT) received 301,876 votes: 214,694 votes for the presidential formula by Myriam Bregman and Nicolás del Caño and 87,182 for Gabriel Solano and Vilma Ripoll.
How many votes did Kicillof get in the province?
In the governor category, Axel Kicillof of Unión por la Patria added 2,946,576 votes; while the JxC list reached 2,668,571 votes (Néstor Grindetti received 1,351,843 votes, beating the list of Diego Santilli, who reached 1,316,728 votes); and in LLA, Carolina Píparo reached 1,956,680.
The province’s 135 municipalities are politically divided into 8 constituencies. Thus, in the first, which includes 23 districts north and west of the suburbs of Buenos Aires, Kicillof achieved 1,031,412 votes, the sum of the lists of Grindetti and Santilli 942,593 and Píparo 703,840.
In the second district, composed of the province’s 15 northern districts, UxP reached 126,142 in the governor category, JxC 151,072 and LLA 122,664.
In the main stronghold of Peronism, the Third Electoral Section, which consists of the 19 districts of the southern suburbs, Kicillof harvested 1,194,749 wills, Juntos reached 769,931 and LLA 757,571.
In the Fourth Electoral District, which includes 19 districts in the north-west of the province, the total UxP was 103,481; JxC, 138.293; and ALL, 70,542; and in the Fifth Section, composed of 23 districts in eastern Buenos Aires, Peronism reached 221,329 votes; the Macrismo at 302,425 and the Libertarian at 224,085.
Also in the Sixth Section, which consists of the 22 districts of the Southern Province, Kicillof achieved 99,706 votes; the sum of Grindetti and Santilli to 150,644; and Píparo at 129.014; In the Seventh District, which includes eight districts of downtown Buenos Aires, there were 49,074 for Justicialismo, 69,316 for Juntos and 50,727 for La Libertad Avanza.
Finally, in the eighth, corresponding to La Plata, the list headed by Kicillof reached 124,078 votes; that of Grinetti and Santilli 143,359 and that of Píparo 79,735.
The counting of the votes, presided over by the Federal Electoral Judge Alejo Ramos Padilla, began on August 16 in the Dardo Rocha de La Plata passageway at Calle 50 between 6 and 7, with a total of 100 tables in operation at the same time.