The Frente de Todos, referenced in the Kirchnerist mayor Mario Secco, managed to prevail in the PASO elections in Ensenada by 52.13% of the votes, surpassing the two lists of Together that reached 27.49%. The winning list has Daniel Eseiza as a candidate for councilor in the first place and as indicated, the Ensenada election had as a peculiarity a low cut of ballots.
The surprise in the Ensenada election was the definition of the Juntos intern, where Santilli’s candidate, Leandro Rojas, prevailed over Manes, the former candidate for mayor and councilor Gustavo Asnaghi, who until now maintained the rank of main reference of that space.
In that check, the list of Leandro Rojas obtained 58.12% of the votes against 41.87% of Gustavo Asnaghi.
In Ensenada, the Randazzista Vamos con Vos became the third force in that neighboring district by gathering 6.27% of the votes in the sum of the three lists that were presented. The roster headed by former Massista councilor Vicente “Pachuli” Ignomiriello, gathered 48.43% of the votes against Claudio Marcovich’s For Social Progress, with 28.57%. In the third place of the randazzista internment was the candidate of Libres del Sur, Gabriel López Navarrete, who achieved 22.99%.
In the internal vote of the left, meanwhile, Oscar Maidana prevailed with 84.10% over Luciano Poggio and between them they got 5.52% of the general votes. For his part, Héctor Cianciosi from Avanza Libertad achieved 3.74%, and the Federal Republican from Gabriel Plaza 1.82%. The Movement to Socialism of Facundo Gáspari gathered 1.15%; the Humanist Party of Nahuel Pérez 0.76%; Unión por Todos by Gonzalo Aponte, and the Conservative Popular 0.38%, with Claudia Romero as the first candidate for councilor.