Where do Javier Milei and Sergio Massa vote in the 2023 runoff this Sunday
In the 2023 runoff that is being disputed this Sunday, November 19Argentines will have to decide at the polls who will be the next president: yes Sergio Massa, candidate of Unión Patria; either Javier Milei, Freedom candidate Advances.
This stage was reached because even though the current Minister of Economy defeated the libertarian leader with almost 37% of the votes, in the general elections of October 22, that figure was not enough to win in the first round, according to the current legislation.
According to official data, There are 35,394,425 people eligible to vote throughout the country on the national electoral roll, and the elections will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voting is mandatory for all people who appear on the voters' list, who are between 18 and 70 years old.
As he did in the PASO and in the general elections, the liberal economist will cast his vote in the National Technological University (UTN), Almagro headquarters, located on 951 Medrano Avenue, in CABA.
Sergio Massahowever, will do so in an educational establishment of Tiger; district where he lived all his life. It's about the School 34, located on Alvear 1430, almost on the corner of Chacabuco.
The candidate of Union for the Homeland, Sergio Massa, gave his last speech yesterday afternoon at the Carlos Pellegrini school in the City of Buenos Aires. He asked the students to help him explain the harms of Milei's proposals. “The young vote is super important in terms of participation and definition of the electoral process,” he told the audience present.
“That this is our closing campaign represents the country we want. "I come to tell you that we are going to defend and improve public, inclusive and free education.", assured the Peronist candidate. At that moment the first ovation was unleashed that gave life to the war cry of the official militancy: “On Sunday no matter what the cost, on Sunday we have to win.”
For his part, the candidate of La Libertad Avanza, Javier Milei, closed his campaign last night before a crowd in Córdoba, moving away a little from his usual economic speeches and calling on the electorate to “not be afraid” when voting next Sunday. In addition, he recalled the “yes we can” of Mauricio Macri's actions in 2019.
The massive event took place at the intersection of San Luis and Hipólito Yrigoyen streets, although the crowd occupied several blocks around and listened carefully to the words of the opposition leader who, as he has been doing in his last public appearances, tried to show himself less technical and appeal more to sentiment by emphasizing that “change always entails risks.”
According to the National Electoral Directorate (DINE), the results of the second electoral round will be announced to starting at 9 p.m.
“We support the same approach as the Electoral Justice in regulatory terms, which is that results cannot be published before 9 p.m.,” explained the director of the organization, Marcos Schiavi.
In addition, he maintained that by that time they hope to be able to "publish a consolidated and representative result of the electoral contest."
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