2014 São Paulo gubernatorial election

The São Paulo gubernatorial election was held on 5 October 2014 to elect the next Governor of the state of São Paulo. If no candidate had received more than 50% of the vote, a second-round runoff election would have been held on 26 October.[1] Incumbent Governor Geraldo Alckmin won re-election in the first round.[2]

2014 São Paulo gubernatorial election

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  Geraldo Alckmin em 2012.jpg Temer e Paulo Skaf 2017 (cropped).jpg Alexandre Padilha 2014.jpg
Nominee Geraldo Alckmin Paulo Skaf Alexandre Padilha
Party PSDB PMDB PT
Running mate Márcio França José Roberto Batochio Nivaldo Santana
Popular vote 12,230,807 4,594,708 3,888,584
Percentage 57.31% 21.53% 18.22%

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Gubernatorial election results map after the voting: Blue denotes cities won by Alckmin, and Red denotes cities won by Padilha

Governor before election

Geraldo Alckmin
PSDB

Elected Governor

Geraldo Alckmin
PSDB

2014 Brazilian senate election

← 2010 October 5, 2014 2018 →
  Senador José Serra (Foto Oficial 2015).jpg Eduardo Suplicy 2013.JPG Kassab Ministro 2017 sorrindo (cortada).png
Nominee José Serra Eduardo Suplicy Gilberto Kassab
Party PSDB PT PSD
Popular vote 11,105,874 6,176,499 1,128,582
Percentage 58.49% 32.53% 5.94%

Senator before election

Eduardo Suplicy
PT

Elected Senator

José Serra
PSDB

CandidatesEdit

GovernorEdit

No. Governor Vice-governor Coalition
13   Alexandre Padilha (PT) Nivaldo Santana (PCdoB)
"To Truly Change"
PT, PCdoB, PR
15   Paulo Skaf (PMDB)   José Roberto Batochio (PDT)
"São Paulo Wants the Best"
PMDB, PDT, PSD, PP, PROS
21 Wagner Farias (PCB) Ivan Hermine (PCB)
28 Walter Ciglioni (PRTB) Marcelo Ayres Duarte (PRTB)
29 Raimundo Sena (PCO) Ulisses Coelho (PCO)
31 Laércio Benko (PHS) Sérgio Contente (PHS)
"United for São Paulo"
PHS, PRP
43 Gilberto Natalini (PV) Maria Lúcia Haidar (PV)
45   Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB)   Márcio França (PSB)
"This Is São Paulo"
PSDB, PSB, DEM, PRB, SD, PSC, PPS, PTC, PTN, PSL, PMN, PEN, PSDC, PTdoB
50   Gilberto Maringoni (PSOL) Hildete Nepomuceno (PSOL)
"Left-Wing Front"
PSOL, PSTU

SenatorEdit

No. Senator Coalition
131   Eduardo Suplicy (PT)
"To Truly Change"
PT, PCdoB, PR
140   Marlene Campos Machado (PTB)
160 Ana Luiza (PSTU)
"Left-Wing Front"
PSOL, PSTU
210 Edmilson Costa (PCB)
281 Ricardo Flaquer (PRTB)
290 Juraci Baena Garcia (PCO)
430 Kaká Werá (PV)
441 Fernando Lucas (PRP)
456   José Serra (PSDB)
"This Is São Paulo"
PSDB, PSB, DEM, PRB, SD, PSC, PPS,
PTC, PTN, PSL, PMN, PEN, PSDC, PTdoB
555   Gilberto Kassab (PSD)
"São Paulo Wants the Best"
PMDB, PDT, PSD, PP, PROS

ResultsEdit

GovernorEdit

Candidate Running mate Total Percentage
Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB) Márcio França (PSB) 12,230,807 57.31%
Paulo Skaf (PMDB) José Roberto Batochio (PDT) 4,594,708 21.53%
Alexandre Padilha (PT) Nivaldo Santana (PCdoB) 3,888,584 18.22%
Gilberto Natalini (PV) Maria Lúcia Haidar (PV) 260,696 1.22%
Gilberto Maringoni (PSOL) Hildete Nepomuceno (PSOL) 187,487 0.88%
Laércio Benko (PHS) Sérgio Contente (PHS) 132,042 0.62%
Walter Ciglioni (PRTB) Marcelo Ayres Duarte (PRTB) 22,822 0.11%
Wagner Farias (PCB) Ivan Hermine (PCB) 12,958 0.06%
Raimundo Sena (PCO) Ulisses Coelho (PCO) 11,118 0.05%
Valid votes 21,341,222 82.92%
Blank votes 2,020,613 7.85%
Null votes 2,374,946 9.23%
Total 25,736,781 80.48%
Abstention 6,242,936 19.52%
  Elected

SenatorEdit

Candidate Total Percentage
José Serra (PSDB) 11,105,874 58.49%
Eduardo Suplicy (PT) 6,176,499 32.53%
Gilberto Kassab (PSD) 1,128,582 5.94%
Marlene Campos Machado (PTB) 330,302 1.74%
Fernando Lucas (PRP) 118,758 0.63%
Ana Luiza (PSTU) 101,131 0.53%
Ricaro Flaquer (PRTB) 14,833 0.08%
Edmilson Costa (PCB) 12,102 0.06%
Juraci Garcia (PCO) 0 0.00%
Kaká Werá (PV) 0 0.00%
Valid votes 18,988,081 73.78%
Blank votes 2,895,289 11.25%
Null votes 3,853,411 14.97%
Total 25,736,781 80.48%
Abstention 6,242,936 19.52%
  Elected

ReferencesEdit