1880 Mexican general election

General elections were held in Mexico in 1880. The result of the presidential election was a victory for Manuel González Flores,[1] who received 77% of the vote.

1880 Mexican general election

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Nominee Manuel González Flores Justo Benítez Trinidad García de la Cadena
Popular vote 11,528 1,368 1,075
Percentage 76.72% 9.10% 7.15%

President before election

Porfirio Díaz

Elected President

Manuel González Flores

ResultsEdit

PresidentEdit

CandidateVotes%
Manuel González Flores11,52876.72
Justo Benítez1,3689.10
Trinidad García de la Cadena1,0757.15
Ignacio Mejía5293.52
Ignacio Vallarta1651.10
Manuel María de Zamacona y Murphy760.51
Other candidates2851.90
Blank votes
Total15,026100.00
Source: Ramírez Rancaño

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mario Ramírez Rancaño (1977) "Estadísticas electorales: presidenciales" Revista Mexicana de Sociología, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp271–299