Hernando became the second town in Cordoba to elect its mayor. And once again, power remained within the UCR-Together for Change coalition: the official Ricardo Bianchini obtained 51.4% of the votes (3,443 votes), while Luis “Lichie” Scarlattofrom the alliance of Peronists, independents and neighborhood supporters, took out the 42.4% (2,804 votes).

The scrutiny of 26 tables out of 29 yields a difference of almost ten points for the successor of the also radical Gustavo Botassowho is in his second term and could not run for re-election according to the Organic Charter of the city of Tercero Arriba.

Spinning fine, it was learned that approximately 73% of the registered voters, out of a universe of 10,085 people, went to the polls. Contrary to what happened in the skirt, where barely 51% of the voters approached. Likewise, it was learned that there were 4% invalid votes, a considerably high figure for the low population of Hernando (which has approximately 18,000 inhabitants).

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