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1934 Argentine legislative election

1934 Argentine legislative election
Argentina
← 1931 4 March 1934 1936 →

81 of 158 seats in the National Congress
Turnout66.26%
Party % Seats +/–
Concordance

54.50% 47 −4
Socialist Party

19.28% 21 +1
Democratic Progressive Party

7.30% 6 0
Entre Ríos Antipersonalist UCR

3.77% 3 +1
Tucumán Radical Civic Union

3.22% 2 +2
Federalist Lencinist UCR

0.86% 1 +1
Traditionalist Radical Civic Union

0.59% 1 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Results by province

Legislative elections were held in Argentina on 4 March 1934. The National Democratic Party remained the largest faction, with 63 of the 158 seats. Voter turnout was 66%.

Results

Party Votes % Seats won Total seats
Total Concordance 761,016 54.50 47 90
National Democratic Party (PDN) 430,428 30.82 29 63
Santa Fe Radical Civic Union (UCR-SF) 92,927 6.65 3 6
Concordance 58,950 4.22 7
Unified Radical Civic Union (UCR-U) 35,864 2.57 2 4
Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union (Talcahuano) 32,081 2.30
Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union (UCR-A) 30,988 2.22 2 3
Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union (Avenida de Mayo) 26,767 1.92
Liberal Party of Corrientes (PLCo) 24,072 1.72 1 4
Popular Party of Jujuy 10,403 0.74 2 2
Provincial Defence–White Flag (DP-BB) 10,159 0.73 1
Blockist Radical Civic Union (UCR-B) 7,859 0.56 1 1
Independent Socialist Party (PSI) 518 0.04 6
Socialist Party (PS) 269,218 19.28 21 43
Democratic Progressive Party (PDP) 101,928 7.30 6 14
Entre Ríos Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union (UCR-A) 52,653 3.77 3 7
Tucumán Radical Civic Union 44,919 3.22 2 2
Radical Civic Union (Amadista) 24,750 1.77
Labour Gathering Party (CO) 18,965 1.36
Public Health Party 17,231 1.23
Federalist Lencinist Radical Civic Union 12,032 0.86 1 1
National Agrarian Union 9,935 0.71
Popular Party 8,942 0.64
Lencinist Radical Civic Union 8,756 0.63
Anti-Government National Democratic Party 8,577 0.61
Traditionalist Radical Civic Union 8,236 0.59 1 1
Radical Civic Union (Crottista) 5,753 0.41
Radical Civic Union (Paso) 4,762 0.34
Communist Party (PCA) 4,589 0.33
Blockist Radical Civic Union (Portista) 4,560 0.33
Radical Nationalist Party 1,752 0.13
Liberation Party 1,685 0.12
National Public Health 1,471 0.11
Worker and Peasant List 1,105 0.08
Radical Civic Union (Charcas) 1,095 0.08
Sports Union 1,027 0.07
Independent Railwaymen and Industrialists 797 0.06
Argentine Nationalist Party 511 0.04
Liberal Party of San Juan 36 0.00
Intransigent Regional Union 13 0.00
Independents 14,103 1.01
Others 6,006 0.43
Total 1,396,423 100 81 158
Positive votes 1,396,423 89.41
Blank votes 147,389 9.44
Invalid votes 4,906 0.31
Tally sheet differences 13,025 0.83
Total votes 1,561,743 100
Registered voters/turnout 2,357,157 66.26
Sources:[1][2][3][4]

Results by province

Province Concordance PS PDP Others
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Buenos Aires 178,645 61.19 14 77,457 26.53 7 35,835 12.27
Buenos Aires City 99,165 34.00 5 132,112 45.29 12 7,576 2.60 52,833 18.11
Catamarca 13,513 94.15 2 839 5.85
Córdoba 83,527 69.16 4 19,928 16.50 2 17,327 14.35
Corrientes 74,392 98.71 3 764 1.01 211 0.28
Entre Ríos 48,280 45.60 1 4,949 4.67 52,653 49.73 3
Jujuy 10,403 86.95 2 1,539 12.86 22 0.18
La Rioja 12,961 94.76 2 707 5.17 9 0.07
Mendoza 25,047 47.42 2 6,986 13.23 20,788 39.36 1
Salta 18,580 68.13 2 457 1.68 8,236 30.20 1
San Juan 23,872 70.84 3 4,168 12.37 1,040 3.09 4,620 13.71
Santa Fe 92,927 44.72 3 11,327 5.45 93,312 44.91 6 10,212 4.91
Santiago del Estero 49,532 72.84 3 4,365 6.42 14,103 20.74
Tucumán 30,172 37.16 1 3,620 4.46 47,412 58.39 2
Total 761,016 54.50 47 269,218 19.28 21 101,928 7.30 6 264,261 18.92 7

References

  1. ^ Cantón, Darío (1968). Materiales para el estudio de la sociología política en la Argentina (PDF). Vol. Tomo I. Buenos Aires: Centro de Investigaciones Sociales - Torcuato di Tella Institute. p. 107.
  2. ^ "Corrientes es el primer distrito electoral que terminó su escrutinio". El Litoral. 13 March 1934.
  3. ^ "Terminó el escrutinio nacional". El Orden. 28 March 1934.
  4. ^ "Los escrutinios que se están realizando en toda la República - En Santiago del Estero". El Orden. 23 March 1934.
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