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Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of the Community of Madrid

Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of the Community of Madrid
Partido Socialista Obrero Español de la Comunidad de Madrid
PresidentIsaura Leal
Secretary-GeneralJuan Lobato
Parliamentary leaderJuan Lobato
Founded1879
HeadquartersPza. Callao 4
28013 Madrid, Spain
Membership (2014)15,830[1]
IdeologySocial democracy[2]
Political positionCentre-left[2]
National affiliationSpanish Socialist Workers' Party
Colors  Red
Assembly of Madrid
24 / 136
Congress of Deputies
10 / 37
Senate
4 / 11
Local Government (2015-2019)
653 / 1,967
Website
www.psoemadrid.es

The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party of the Community of Madrid (Spanish: Partido Socialista Obrero Español de la Comunidad de Madrid, PSOE–M), from 2004 to 2015 the Socialist Party of Madrid (Spanish: Partido Socialista de Madrid, PSM–PSOE) and previously the Madrilenian Socialist Federation (Spanish: Federación Socialista Madrileña), is the branch of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) in the Madrid region.

Electoral performance

Assembly of Madrid

Assembly of Madrid
Election Votes % # Seats +/– Leading candidate Status
1983 1,181,277 50.48% 1st
51 / 94
Joaquín Leguina Government
1987 932,878 38.45% 1st
40 / 96
11 Joaquín Leguina Government
1991 820,510 36.59% 2nd
41 / 101
1 Joaquín Leguina Government
1995 860,726 29.72% 2nd
32 / 103
9 Joaquín Leguina Opposition
1999 944,819 36.43% 2nd
39 / 102
7 Cristina Almeida Opposition
2003 (May) 1,225,390 39.99% 2nd
47 / 111
8 Rafael Simancas New election
2003 (Oct) 1,083,205 39.00% 2nd
45 / 111
2 Rafael Simancas Opposition
2007 1,002,862 33.57% 2nd
42 / 120
3 Rafael Simancas Opposition
2011 786,297 26.27% 2nd
36 / 129
6 Tomás Gómez Opposition
2015 807,385 25.43% 2nd
37 / 129
1 Ángel Gabilondo Opposition
2019 884,218 27.31% 1st
37 / 132
0 Ángel Gabilondo Opposition
2021 612,622 16.80% 3rd
24 / 136
13 Ángel Gabilondo Opposition
2023 609,718 18.19% 3rd
27 / 135
3 Juan Lobato Opposition

Cortes Generales

Cortes Generales
Election Community of Madrid
Congress Senate
Votes % # Seats +/– Seats +/–
1977 731,380 31.68% 2nd
11 / 32
1 / 4
1979 769,328 33.34% 1st
12 / 32
1
2 / 4
1
1982 1,439,137 52.09% 1st
18 / 32
6
3 / 4
1
1986 1,054,730 40.81% 1st
15 / 33
3
3 / 4
0
1989 899,723 33.49% 2nd
12 / 33
3
1 / 4
2
1993 1,093,015 34.96% 2nd
13 / 34
1
1 / 4
0
1996 1,046,904 31.42% 2nd
11 / 34
2
1 / 4
0
2000 1,023,212 33.06% 2nd
12 / 34
1
1 / 4
0
2004 1,544,676 44.11% 2nd
16 / 35
4
1 / 4
0
2008 1,401,785 39.68% 2nd
15 / 35
1
1 / 4
0
2011 878,724 26.05% 2nd
10 / 36
5
1 / 4
0
2015 645,645 17.84% 4th
6 / 36
4
0 / 4
1
2016 678,340 19.57% 3rd
7 / 36
1
1 / 4
1
2019 (Apr) 1,031,534 27.27% 1st
11 / 37
4
2 / 4
1
2019 (Nov) 957,401 26.87% 1st
10 / 37
1
2 / 4
0

European Parliament

European Parliament
Election Community of Madrid
Votes % #
1987 979,143 40.38% 1st
1989 751,937 35.47% 1st
1994 577,509 24.00% 2nd
1999 954,721 36.84% 2nd
2004 941,954 42.86% 2nd
2009 815,699 35.61% 2nd
2014 420,594 18.95% 2nd
2019 1,043,827 32.30% 1st

Leadership since 1977

The list of leaders of the PSOE regional party branches in Madrid since 1977 is as follows:[3]

2021 primary election

Following the party's bad results at the 2021 regional election, José Manuel Franco handed in his resignation as Secretary-General in May 2021.[4] The PSOE's federal executive committee ensuingly appointed a PSOE–M managing committee led by Isaura Leal.[5] Three pre-candidates tried to collect enough endorsements to run in the primary election to the post of Secretary–General: Eva Llarandi (PSOE's Secretary General in Paracuellos), Javier Ayala (Mayor of Fuenlabrada), and Juan Lobato (former Mayor of Soto del Real).[6]

References

  1. ^ Unos 197.400 militantes elegirán al líder del PSOE, 45.600 en Andalucía. Canal Sur, 13/06/2014.
  2. ^ a b PSOE. Ideology: Social democracy. Political Position: Centre-left Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine - European Social Survey
  3. ^ Alcaraz, Mayte (15 August 2015). "El PSOE obliga al PSM a cambiar por cuarta vez de nombre". ABC: 17.
  4. ^ "José Manuel Franco presenta su dimisión como secretario general del PSOE de Madrid". Heraldo. 6 May 2021.
  5. ^ "El PSOE nombra a la gestora en Madrid con Isaura Leal como presidenta". EFE. 7 May 2021.
  6. ^ Sánchez, Manuel (2 October 2021). "Lobato y Ayala, duelo entre dos modelos distintos para el nuevo PSOE de Madrid". Público.
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