Today, at midnight, the deadline for the registration of candidacies for the presidential primaries that will take place next Sunday, August 13, expires.
For several days, some already confirmed formulas have been known, even with pre-candidates for national deputies.
In others, the doubt continues until these hours and it is expected that the definitions will arrive on the edge of the deadline.
These are the names (those confirmed and those that sound):
Elections 2023: Together for Change
After noon on Saturday, it was not clear in Córdoba if Juntos por el Cambio would achieve unity and present a single list, or if there would be competition.
For now, the list that Patricia Bullrich will lead at the national level would include the mayor of Jesún María, the radical Luis Picat. Number two would be the businesswoman from Río Cuarto Belén Avico, endorsed by Mauricio Macri.
Then Gerardo Zuin (mayor of Justiniano Posse) and Josefina Sandoz, manager of the Córdoba Stock Exchange, the entity directed by Manuel Tagle, would be listed.
In the space of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Gerardo Morales, the negotiations continue. Within the framework of the name dance, Pedro Dellarossa sounds like the possible first candidate for national deputy, but there is no confirmation.
It is negotiated that several mayors of the Rodrigo de Loredo sector join this list. Elisa Carrió asked for an expectable place for Laura Sesma, but she is resisted by the other partners. The Civic Coalition puts at stake a seat in Deputies for the Córdoba district, which is occupied by Leonar Martínez Villada.
In this scheme, media entrepreneur Agustín de la Reta is taken as a pre-candidate for regional Parlasur.
Deputy Mario Negri. (Federico Lopez Claro)
Mario Negri unsuccessfully promoted a list of unity in the section of deputies, with a “Y” ballot scheme. Faced with the confrontation, he decided to get off. The novelty is that the current head of the UCR block in Deputies would not be on any list, so he would cease to be a member of the Lower House in December.
He was the head of the Cambiemos interblock during the Mauricio Macri government.
Elections 2023: We do it for our country
Without too much doubt, the presidential project of Juan Schiaretti had confirmed for the first place on the list of Deputies the current national deputy Carlos Gutiérrez.
Secondly, he will be accompanied by Alejandra Torres, the Secretary of Planning and Modernization of the Municipality of Córdoba.
In addition, Juan Brugge, from Democracia Cristina and currently in Bancor, will occupy third place on the list of schiarettismo at the national level.
Alexandra Torres. Lead the modernization process. (Nicolas Bravo)
Elections 2023: United for the Homeland
The sector that responds to the national ruling party will bet with the number one on the list for Gabriela Estévez, who this year must renew her mandate to continue in the Lower House.
In second place was Martín Fresneda, a leader who reports directly to Cristina Kirchner.
It was expected that, after the confirmation of Sergio Massa as a pre-candidate for president, the Christian sectors would have a greater representation within the framework of the United for the Fatherland agreement.
It was clarified that, before the inmate who opened the presidential candidacy of Juan Grabois, there will be a single list in Córdoba.
Martín Fresneda, a reference to Christianity in Córdoba. (file/Legislature)
Elections 2023: Libertarians
Registered under the name of Viva la Libertad (due to a legal matter, in contention in the Federal Justice), the La Libertad Avanza list, officially supported by Javier Milei, will lead María Celeste Ponce, a 35-year-old libertarian militant, as the first candidate for national deputy , law student and very close to “León”.
In second place, the businessman Gabriel Bornoroni will go. Third is María Cecilia Ibáñez, president of the MID in Córdoba.
Elections 2023: the FIT-U
In the Left Front of the Unity Workers (FIT-U) there will be a dispute over candidacies. The sector that brings together the MST and the Polo Obrero bets on the pre-candidacies of Luciana Echevarría and Jorge Navarro. They are followed on the list by Soledad Díaz García and Gastón Vacchiani, General Secretary of the Union of Health Workers.
The referent of the Workers’ Pole Emanuel Berardo is the pre-candidate for Parlasur. In the presidential stretch, this list is headed by Gabriel Solano and Vilma Ripoll.
In the scheme that brings together the PTS and the Socialist Left, the list will be headed by Liliana Olivero and Javier Musso.
Following on the payroll are Noel Argañaraz and Federico Wagner; while Laura Vilches is the pre-candidate for regional Parlasur. This list leads in the presidential formula to Myriam Bregman and Nicolás del Caño.
Elections 2023: New MAS
Julia Di Santi in the Voz y Voto program. (Nicolas Bravo / The Voice)
The list of national deputies will have as first candidates Julia Di Santi and Eduardo Mulhall.
Elections 2023: Free South
Libres del Sur, whose candidate for president is Jesús Escobar, will present in Córdoba a list of national deputies headed by Marisa Cariddi and Pablo Álvarez.
As will be remembered, Libres del Sur is a member of Hacemos Unidos por Córdoba, the pro-government alliance that leads Martín Llaryora as a candidate for governor.
However, at the national level, they did not join Hacemos por Nuestro País, the alliance that postulates Juan Schiaretti as a candidate for president.
Elections 2023: García Elorrio does not play
Aurelio García Elorrio, a reference for Neighborhood Meeting, will not appear in this national election. In the 2021 Paso, García Elorrio obtained 65,419 votes, 3.65 percent of the votes. In the October election, he rose to 74,024 votes.
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