The candidates who will compete in the generals on November 14 will have a short rest before resuming the proselytizing acts and hunting for votes to reach the National Congress.
The schedule established by the National Electoral Directorate indicates that, as of the 30th of this month, the political parties will be able to start the electoral campaign again.
In the case of Tucumán, the protagonists of the contest will bid for three seats to senator (two for the majority, one for the minority) and for four to deputies (two are in the power of the ruling party, and two of the opposition).
Candidates may remain in the campaign throughout October, and until November 12, when the electoral ban will begin to apply.
The dates that come in the electoral schedule
-September 30: Start of the electoral campaign
-October 15: Presentation to the National Electoral Boards of the ballot models
-October 20: Beginning of the prohibition of public events likely to promote the winning of suffrage
-October 30: Dissemination of voting places and tables
-6 November: Beginning of the ban on publishing or disseminating opinion polls or polls and electoral forecasts
-November 11: End of the deadline to justify the non-casting of the vote in the STEP
-November 12: Beginning of the electoral ban
-November 14: General Elections