1942 Argentine legislative election

Legislative elections were held in Argentina on 1 March 1942. Voter turnout was 67%.

1942 Argentine legislative election
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85 of 158 seats in the National Congress
Turnout66.80%
Party % Seats +/–
Concordance

53.84% 47 +24
Radical Civic Union

25.41% 23 -29
Socialist Party

9.66% 12 +7
Tucumán Radical Civic Union

1.36% 1 +1
Blockist Radical Civic Union

0.45% 1 +1
Salta Radical Civic Union

0.31% 1 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Elecciones legislativas de Argentina de 1942 - Resultados por distrito.svg
Results by province

ResultsEdit

Party Votes % Seats won Total seats
Total Concordance 1,051,848 53.84 47 69
National Democratic Party (PDN) 655,118 33.53 29 52
Concordance 192,844 9.87 8
Santa Fe Radical Civic Union (UCR-SF) 151,450 7.75 8 11
Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union (UCR-A) 36,336 1.86 1 5
Agrarian Party - Autonomist Party of Corrientes 16,100 0.82 1 1
Radical Civic Union (UCR) 496,415 25.41 23 67
Socialist Party (PS) 188,782 9.66 12 17
Democratic Progressive Party (PDP) 49,198 2.52
Labour Gathering Party (CO) 32,126 1.64
Tucumán Radical Civic Union (UCR) 26,612 1.36 1 1
Taxpayers Union 19,922 1.02
Provincial Defence–White Flag (DP-BB) 13,229 0.68
Unified Radical Civic Union (UCR-U) 13,100 0.67 2
Radical Civic Union - Popular Agrarian Front 12,955 0.66
Blockist Radical Civic Union (UCR-B) 8,864 0.45 1 1
Socialist Workers' Party (PSO) 7,717 0.39
Radical Party 6,234 0.32
Salta Radical Civic Union 6,004 0.31 1 1
Public Health Party 5,523 0.28
Popular Civic Party 5,436 0.28
Democratic Front 3,414 0.17
Conservative Party 3,016 0.15
Neighborhood Union 2,364 0.12
Republican Union 713 0.04
Others 330 0.02
Total 1,953,802 100 85 158
Positive votes 1,953,802 95.61
Invalid/blank votes 87,765 4.29
Tally sheet differences 1,893 0.09
Total votes 2,043,460 100
Registered voters/turnout 3,058,946 66.80
Sources:[1][2][3]

Results by provinceEdit

Province Concordance UCR PS Others
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Buenos Aires 349,794 77.50 16 82,165 18.20 7 19,402 4.30
Buenos Aires City 91,055 21.23 124,326 28.99 6 141,968 33.10 12 71,499 16.67
Catamarca 17,157 100 2
Córdoba 86,847 42.95 2 108,119 53.47 4 7,221 3.57
Corrientes 69,493 92.32 3 5,778 7.68
Entre Ríos 76,221 54.88 2 58,562 42.16 1 3,978 2.86 128 0.09
Jujuy 12,810 69.92 2 5,511 30.08
La Rioja 12,664 96.57 2 450 3.43
Mendoza 53,586 77.37 2 10,983 15.86 1 938 1.35 3,752 5.42
Salta 27,957 77.08 2 2,309 6.37 6,004 16.55 1
San Juan 23,846 64.33 2 2,391 6.45 1,966 5.30 8,864 23.91 1
Santa Fe 151,450 53.57 8 75,266 26.62 3 6,587 2.33 49,400 17.47
Santiago del Estero 48,122 63.82 2 14,181 18.81 1 13,100 17.37
Tucumán 30,846 28.57 2 12,152 11.26 6,722 6.23 58,232 53.94 1
Total 1,051,848 53.84 47 496,415 25.41 23 188,782 9.66 12 216,757 11.09 3

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Cantón, Darío (1968). Materiales para el estudio de la sociología política en la Argentina (PDF). Vol. Tomo I. Buenos Aires: Centro de Investigaciones Sociales - Torcuato di Tella Institute. p. 127.
  2. ^ "Finalizó el escrutinio del distrito de Capital Federal". El Litoral. 13 March 1942.
  3. ^ "Finalizó el escrutinio de Corrientes". El Litoral. 7 March 1942.