Carolina Losada – Dionisio Scarpin; Marcelo Lewandowski – María de los Angeles Sacnun and Clara García – Julio Garibaldi prevailed in the primaries of Together for Change, Frente de Todos and Frente Amplio Progresista (FAP) held yesterday in Santa Fe and will compete together with six other pairs in the election by the three seats of the province in the Senate. The provisional winners are given in the provisional scrutiny that the Ministry of the Interior began to broadcast shortly before 22:00.
Meanwhile, Mario Barletta, Roberto Mirabella and Mónica Fein will head the lists of deputies from those three fronts that have the highest expectations to occupy the nine seats that Santa Fe will renew in the Lower House since December.
In the sum of votes, Juntos por el Cambio managed to be the most voted force with 10 points of advantage over the Frente de Todos, a result that if repeated would allow it to have two seats for the majority in the Senate while the minority would be for the current provincial and national government.
Another six fronts managed to exceed 1.5% of the votes cast and will participate in the November election: Unite (Betina Florito); Popular Sovereignty (Mercedes Meier); We are Future (Patricia Frausin); First Santa Fe (Jorge Boasso); Podemos (Juan Domingo Argañaraz) and the Left and Workers Front – Unity (Irene Gamboa).
With a participation of more than 65% of the register and with three inmates who had all the expectations, with the first data they confirmed the comfortable triumphs of the Celeste and Blanca in the Frente de Todos y de Adelante in the FAP. Meanwhile, the definition of Together for Change had to wait until around midnight in a close election between the lists headed by Losada and Maximiliano Pullaro who last night said they will wait for the final count. Meanwhile, Federico Angelini and José Corral were relegated and Vamos Juntos was unable to enter to place their names on the final list of deputies.
Agustín Rossi was the first to admit his defeat in PASO with a short speech accompanied by his teammates. “Nothing is finished here, the future begins here,” said the former defense minister.
He was followed by Rubén Giustiniani who on Twitter congratulated Clara García and Mónica Fein for the victory in the Broad Progressive Front primary and “we affirm our commitment to the FAP in the November elections.”
On the other hand, in Together for Change, the leaders of Evolution said they were waiting for the final count because they understood that they were very close to the victory over Losada. Pullaro, Carolina Piedrabuena, Felipe Michlig and Gabriel Chumpitaz were delighted with the result as they chanted “Pullaro governor” and the current deputy called to join for November but also for 2023 and win the province of Santa Fe.
Regarding the lists of deputies, in Together for Change, three sectors passed the minimum required and the list will be headed by Mario Barletta, Victoria Tejeda and Luciano Laspina and Germana Figueroa Casas. In the justicialismo, Roberto Mirabella, Magalí Mestaler and Eduardo Tognioli will be the first candidates while in the FAP Mónica Fein and Gonzalo Saglione will be at the forefront of the payroll. Also in the Deputies category, there are six other lists that will be in the dark room. They are those of Popular Sovereignty (Carlos del Frade); Unite (Alejandra Olivera); First Santa Fe (Luis Contigiani); We are Future (Víctor Hernández); Podemos (Patricia Silva) and the Left Front (Carla Deiana).
Opinion published in ellitoral.com.ar