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Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Extremadura
Partido Socialista Obrero Español de Extremadura
PresidentCarmen Heras Pablo
Secretary-GeneralGuillermo Fernández Vara
SpokespersonValentín García Gómez
Founded1988
HeadquartersAvda. Eugenio de Montermoso, 21-23
06800 Mérida, Extremadura
Membership (2014)9,458[1]
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionCentre-left
National affiliationSpanish Socialist Workers' Party
Congress of Deputies
5 / 10
(Extremaduran seats)
Spanish Senate
7 / 10
(Extremaduran seats)
Assembly of Extremadura
34 / 65
Provincial deputations
30 / 52
[2]
Local seats
1,637 / 3,350
[3]
Website
www.psoeextremadura.com

The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of Extremadura (Spanish: Partido Socialista Obrero Español de Extremadura, PSOE–E) is the regional branch in Extremadura of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), main centre-left party in Spain since the 1970s.

Electoral performance

Assembly of Extremadura

Assembly of Extremadura
Election Votes % # Seats +/– Leading candidate Status in legislature
1983 296,939 53.02% 1st
35 / 65
Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra Government
1987 292,935 49.18% 1st
34 / 65
1 Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra Government
1991 314,384 54.16% 1st
39 / 65
5 Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra Government
1995 289,149 43.94% 1st
31 / 65
8 Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra Government
1999 313,417 48.48% 1st
34 / 65
3 Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra Government
2003[a] 341,522 51.66% 1st
36 / 65
2 Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ibarra Government
2007[a] 352,342 53.00% 1st
38 / 65
2 Guillermo Fernández Vara Government
2011[a] 290,045 43.45% 2nd
30 / 65
8 Guillermo Fernández Vara Opposition
2015[b] 265,015 41.50% 1st
30 / 65
0 Guillermo Fernández Vara Government
2019 287,619 46.77% 1st
34 / 65
4 Guillermo Fernández Vara Government
2023 244,227 39.90% 1st
28 / 65
6 Guillermo Fernández Vara Opposition

Cortes Generales

Cortes Generales
Election Extremadura
Congress Senate
Votes % # Seats +/– Seats +/–
1977 162,624 30.78% 2nd
4 / 12
2 / 8
1979 201,350 37.57% 2nd
5 / 12
1
2 / 8
0
1982 333,046 55.41% 1st
9 / 12
4
6 / 8
4
1986 336,661 55.88% 1st
7 / 11
2
6 / 8
0
1989 330,869 53.90% 1st
7 / 11
0
6 / 8
0
1993 342,977 51.50% 1st
7 / 11
0
6 / 8
0
1996 339,903 48.43% 1st
6 / 11
1
6 / 8
0
2000 293,831 44.71% 2nd
5 / 11
1
2 / 8
4
2004 356,826 51.22% 1st
5 / 10
0
6 / 8
4
2008 365,752 52.29% 1st
5 / 10
0
6 / 8
0
2011 246,514 37.19% 2nd
4 / 10
1
2 / 8
4
2015 233,251 35.98% 1st
5 / 10
1
4 / 8
2
2016 212,159 34.54% 2nd
4 / 10
1
2 / 8
2
2019 (Apr) 250,180 38.07% 1st
5 / 10
1
6 / 8
4
2019 (Nov) 227,447 38.33% 1st
5 / 10
0
6 / 8
0

European Parliament

European Parliament
Election Extremadura
Votes % #
1987 296,914 49.94% 1st
1989 266,500 54.79% 1st
1994 248,375 45.02% 1st
1999 299,768 46.51% 1st
2004 228,083 52.24% 1st
2009 219,531 48.59% 1st
2014 151,738 38.72% 1st
2019 278,056 46.02% 1st

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Electoral alliance with Extremaduran Coalition.
  2. ^ Electoral alliance with Independent Socialists of Extremadura.

References


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