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Elections in Pichilemu

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Pichilemu municipal election, 2012

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Candidate Washington Araneda Carrasco Roberto Córdova Carreño Carlos Acuña Arévalo
Party Progressist Party of Chile Socialist Party of Chile National Renewal (Chile)
Alliance El Cambio por Tí Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia Coalition for Change
Popular vote 178 3,507 1,492
Percentage 2.49 49.13 20.90

 
Candidate Mario Moraga Cáceres Cristián Tamayo Latapiat Iván Cabrera Martínez
Party Independent Independent Independent
Popular vote 469 153 1,339
Percentage 6.57 2.14 18.76

Mayor before election

Roberto Córdova Carreño
Socialist Party of Chile

Elected Mayor

Roberto Córdova Carreño
Socialist Party of Chile

This is a list of elections in Pichilemu, since the Chilean transition to democracy in 1989. Seventeen elections have occurred since then, including five municipal ones, and two special elections in 2009 and in 2012, with the first being held in the Pichilemu City Council, which elected Roberto Córdova Carreño as mayor of the city, succeeding Marcelo Cabrera Martínez, elected in 2008, but held office for a short period of time.

Presidential elections[edit]

Presidential election, 1989[edit]

Patricio Aylwin defeated Hernán Büchi and "Fra Fra" Errázuriz, and became the first president of Chile since the military regime.

The presidential election of 1989 was held on that year's 14 December. There were three candidates: Hernán Büchi Buc, representing Democracy and Progress, currently known as the Alliance for Chile; Francisco Javier Errázuriz Talavera, founding member of the Union of the Centrist Center (UCC); and Patricio Aylwin Azócar, member of the Christian Democrat Party from the Concert of Parties for Democracy (Concertación).[1][2]

The 1989 elections were the first since the Chilean transition to democracy,[1] after a national plebiscite decided that the military regime of Augusto Pinochet should not continue, and that a president and a congress would be elected.[1]

Patricio Aylwin was eventually elected president of Chile with a 55.17 per cent of the total valid votes, an absolute majority;[2] in Pichilemu, Aylwin obtained a lesser percentage: 46.23; despite of this, he got the majority of votes. Despite Francisco Javier Errázuriz's presence in Pichilemu —he is the proprietary of 500-year old hacienda San Antonio de Petrel—,[3] he was left in second place in the local results with the 33.03 per cent of the vote; Hernán Büchi obtained only the 20.75 per cent of the vote in Pichilemu.[4]

Results[4][5]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % National
votes
Nat. % Result
1 Hernán Büchi Buc Ind./Democracy and Progress 1,235 20.75 2,052,116 29.40
2 Francisco Javier Errázuriz Talavera Ind./UCC 1,966 33.03 1,077,172 15.43
3 Patricio Aylwin Azócar PDC/CPD 2,752 46.23 3,850,571 55.17 President
Total valid votes 5,953 100 6,979,859

Presidential election, 1993[edit]

Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle (pictured) obtained the absolute majority both in the national and local elections.

The second Chilean presidential election since the military regime of Augusto Pinochet ended was held on 11 December 1993.[6] The President elected in this election would hold the office between 1994 and 2000.[7]

There were six candidates for the presidency of Chile: Manfred Max-Neef, from the Ecologist Party (PE); Eugenio Pizarro Poblete, a Catholic priest, member of the Communist Party (PCCh); Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, son of former president Eduardo Frei Montalva, member of the Christian Democrat Party (PDC) of the Concert of Parties for Democracy (Concertación); Cristián Reitze Campos, of the Humanist Party; Arturo Alessandri Besa, of the Alessandri family (grandson of former President Arturo Alessandri Palma and nephew of his son, also former President Jorge Alessandri Rodríguez), member of the Independent Democrat Union; and José Piñera Echenique, brother of President of Chile Sebastián Piñera, as independent.[8]

The elections were won by Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, who obtained the absolute majority in the national elections, getting 57.98 per cent of the total valid votes;[8] in Pichilemu, he obtained an even larger percentage: 65.56%.[9]

Results[9][10]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % National
votes
Nat. % Result
1 Manfred Max Neef Ind. 171 2.80 387,102 5.55
2 Eugenio Pizarro Poblete Ind. 190 3.11 327,402 4.70
3 Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle PDC/CPD 4,004 65.56 4,040,497 57.98 President
4 Cristián Reitze Campos PAHV 78 1.28 81,675 1.17
5 Arturo Alessandri Besa UDI 1,473 24.12 1,701,324 24.41
6 José Piñera Echenique Ind. 191 3.13 430,950 6.18
Total valid votes 6,107 6,968,950

Presidential election, 1999–2000[edit]

Both Joaquín Lavín (left) and Ricardo Lagos (right) obtained around a 47 per cent of the votes; however, in the runoff election, Lagos won.

The third presidential election since 1989 took place on 12 December 1999. As Joaquín Lavín, candidate of the Alianza por Chile, and Ricardo Lagos, candidate of the Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia obtained nationally an absolute majority (each achieved about a 47 per cent), there was a runoff election on 16 January 2000; Lagos became the President-elect of Chile, being elected nationally with a 51.31 per cent of the votes. Ricardo Lagos was sworn in on 11 March 2000.[11]

There were, originally, two candidates representing the Concertación. Lagos, of the Socialist Party (PS), faced open primaries against Andrés Zaldívar, from the Christian Democrat Party (PDC). Lagos eventually won the national open primaries. On the other side, Lavín, member of the Independent Democrat Union (UDI) was the most popular candidate in the Alianza; previously, he had been mayor of Las Condes, and would become after the elections mayor of Santiago (elected in 2000), taking some "extravagant" measures such as creating a beach on the banks of the Mapocho River.[12]

First round, 1999

The first round of the 1999 presidential election was held on that year's 12 December.[11] There were six candidates in the election: Arturo Frei Bolívar, from the Progressive Union of the Centrist Center (UCC); Sara Larraín Ruiz-Tagle, an independent politician; Gladys Marín Millie, from the Communist Party of Chile (PCCh); Tomás Hirsch Goldschmidt, of the Humanist Party of Chile (PH); Ricardo Lagos Escobar, of the Socialist Party of Chile (PS); and Joaquín Lavín Infante, from the Independent Democrat Union (UDI).[13]

Together, Frei, Larraín, Marín, and Hirsch would received about a 4 per cent of the votes, while Ricardo Lagos and Joaquín Lavín received each a 47 per cent.[13] As none of the candidates achieved an absolute majority nationally, a runoff election was scheduled.[11]

In Pichilemu, the results were similar to the national scene, though not exactly the same: Frei, Larraín, Marín, and Hirsch together got about a 4 per cent; Joaquín Lavín achieved a 44.77 per cent of the vote; Ricardo Lagos, the Concertación candidate, obtained a 52.55 per cent of the vote, an absolute majority.[14]

Results[14][15]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % National
votes
Nat. % Result
1 Arturo Frei Bolívar UCC 26 0.40 26,812 0.38
2 Sara María Larraín Ruiz-Tagle Ind. 41 0.63 31,319 0.44
3 Gladys Marín Millie PCC 79 1.22 225,224 3.19
4 Tomás Hirsch Goldschmidt PH 27 0.42 36,235 0.51
5 Ricardo Lagos Escobar PPD/CPD 3,396 52.55 3,383,339 47.96 Runoff
6 Joaquín Lavín Infante UDI/APC 2,893 44.77 3,352,199 47.51 Runoff
Total valid votes 6,462 7.055.128
Runoff, 2000

The runoff election took place on 16 January 2000; Ricardo Lagos of the Concert of Parties for Democracy faced the runoff against Joaquín Lavín of the Alliance for Chile.[11] The final results were clear, nationally: Lagos obtained a 51.31 percent of the votes; while Lavín, only the 48.69.[16] The results in Pichilemu were even more favourable to Lagos: he obtained a 53.22 per cent of vote; whilst Lavín only the 46.78 per cent.[17]

Results[17][18]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % National
votes
Nat. % Result
1 Ricardo Lagos Escobar PPD/CPD 3,556 53.22 3,683,158 51.31 President
2 Joaquín Lavín Infante UDI/APC 3,126 46.78 3,495,569 48.69
Total valid votes 6,682 7,178,727

Presidential election, 2005–2006[edit]

Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile elected in 2006, with Mayor of Pichilemu Roberto Córdova in 2010.

The fourth presidential election in Chile since the return to democracy was held on 11 December 2005. As none of the candidates obtained the required absolute majority, Alianza candidate Sebastián Piñera Echenique faced a runoff election on 16 January 2006 against Concertación candidate Michelle Bachelet Jeria, who ultimately won the election with 53.50 per cent of the vote, against Piñera's 46.50%.[19] Bachelet became the first woman to be elected president in Chile, and took office on 11 March 2006.[20]

Four candidates competed for the Chilean presidential seat: Michelle Bachelet Jeria, from the Socialist Party (PS) and representing the center-left Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia, former Minister of Health and Defense under Ricardo Lagos;[20] Joaquín Lavín Infante, former mayor of the communes of Las Condes and Santiago and member of the Independent Democrat Union (UDI),[21] along with Sebastián Piñera Echenique, Senator of Santiago in the 1990s and president of the National Renewal party,[22] represented the center-right Alianza por Chile; Tomás Hirsch Goldschmidt, former Chile's ambassador to New Zealand, represented the Humanist Party from the far-left Juntos Podemos Más coalition of parties.[23]

Initially, the Concertación had two candidates for president: Bachelet and Soledad Alvear, from the Christian Democrat Party (PDC). Alvear was Minister of the Women National Service under the government of Patricio Aylwin, Minister of Justice under Frei, and Minister of Foreign Affairs under Lagos. Her nomination was opposed by Adolfo Zaldívar, president of her party. Primary elections were scheduled for July 2005 to define a sole candidate of the Concertación; however, they did not take place as Alvear renounced her candidacy in May.[19] The candidacy of two Alianza politicians, Piñera and Lavín, is explained in Chacho Álvarez and Isidoro Cheresky book Elecciones Presidenciales y Giro Político en América Latina (Presidential Election and Politician Spin in Latin America) because of "the political differences between both parties [Independent Democrat Union and National Renewal], as UDI leaders had an active participation [in the government] under the military regime, while the RN influence was minor."[19]

First round, 2005
Results[24][25]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % National
votes
Nat. % Result
1 Sebastián Piñera Echenique RN 2,031 29.51 1,763,694 25.41 Runoff
2 Michelle Bachelet Jeria PS/CPD 3,081 44.77 3,190,691 45.96 Runoff
3 Tomás Hirsch Goldschmidt PH/JPM 316 4.59 375,048 5.40
4 Joaquín Lavín Infante UDI 1,454 21.13 1,612,608 23.23
Total valid votes 6,882 6,942,041
Runoff, 2006
Results[26][27]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % National
votes
Nat. % Result
1 Sebastián Piñera Echenique RN/APC 3,504 49.96 3,236,394 46.50
2 Michelle Bachelet Jeria PS/CPD 3,510 50.04 3,723,019 53.50 President
Total valid votes 7,014 6,959,413

Presidential election, 2009–2010[edit]

First round, 2009
Results[28]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/
Coalition
Votes % Result
1 Jorge Arrate Mac-Niven PCCh/JPM 248 3.39
2 Marco Enríquez-Ominami Gumucio Independent 1,233 16.86
3 Sebastián Piñera Echenique RN/CFC 3,238 44.28 Runoff
4 Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle PDC/CPD 2,594 35.47 Runoff
Total valid votes 7,313 100.00
Runoff, 2010
Results[29]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/
Coalition
Votes % Result
1 Sebastián Piñera Echenique RN/CFC 3,863 51.82 President
2 Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle PDC/CPD 3,591 48.18
Total valid votes 7,454 100.00

Presidential election, 2013[edit]

Primaries, June
Nueva Mayoría results[30]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party Votes % Result
1 Michelle Bachelet Jeria PS 1,650 79.86 Candidate
2 José Antonio Gómez Urrutia PRSD 64 3.09
3 Claudio Orrego Larraín PDC 194 9.39
4 Andrés Velasco Brañes Ind. List A 158 7.64
Total valid votes 2,066 100.00
Alianza results[30]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party Votes % Result
5 Pablo Longueira Montes UDI 391 51.24 Candidate
6 Andrés Allamand Zavala RN 372 48.75
Total valid votes 763 100.00

Parliamentary elections[edit]

Parliamentary election, 1989[edit]

Results for Senators[31]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Nicolás Díaz Sánchez PDC/CPD 1,698 29.75 Senator
2 Anselmo Sule Candia Ind. List A 1,037 18.17 Senator
3 Alfonso Orueta Ansoleaga RN/DP 770 13.49
4 Manuel Valdés Valdés Ind. List B 693 12.14
5 Domingo Durán Neumann DR/AC 265 4.64
6 Rafael Cumsille Zapapa Ind. List D 1,035 18.14
7 Ricardo Hernán Bustos Gómez PL[disambiguation needed]/LSC 209 3.66
Total valid votes 5,707 100
Results for Deputies[32]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Aníbal Pérez Lobos PPD/CPD 922 16.29
2 Juan Carlos Latorre Carmona PDC/CPD 1,887 33.33 Deputy
3 José María Hurtado Ruiz-Tagle RN/DP 641 11.32 Deputy
4 Claudio Rivadeneira Correa Ind. List B 698 12.33
5 Juan Esteban Montero Matta DR/AC 280 4.95
6 Raúl Orrego Escanilla AN/AC 735 12.98
7 Mario Mardones Ramírez PL[disambiguation needed]/LSC 359 6.34
8 Osvaldo Olguín Silva Ind. 139 2.46
Total valid votes 5,661 100

Parliamentary election, 1993[edit]

Results for Deputies[33]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Florindo Ramírez Toro PC/ADI 167 2.82
2 Alejandro Rivera Grohnert Ind. List B 1,451 24.48
3 José María Hurtado Ruiz-Tagle RN/UPC 678 11.44 Deputy
4 Armando Jaramillo Lira PPD/CPD 710 11.98
5 Juan Carlos Latorre Carmona PDC/CPD 2,921 49.28 Deputy
Total valid votes 5,927 100

Parliamentary election, 1997[edit]

Results for Senators[34]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Darío Poblete Morales PH 30 0.52
2 Joaquín Arduengo Naredo PH 42 0.73
3 Andrés Chadwick Piñera UDI/UPC 563 9.75 Senator
4 Pablo Baraona Urzúa Ind. List B 122 2.11
5 Rafael Moreno Rojas PDC/CPD 2,349 40.67 Senator
6 Anselmo Sule Candia PRSD/CPD 831 14.39
7 Carlos Poblete Ávila PC/LI 156 2.70
8 Mónica Madariaga Gutiérrez Ind. List E 1,581 27.37
9 Carlos Arroyo Hodges UCCP/Chile 2000 102 1.77
Total valid votes 5,776 100
Results for Deputies[35]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 José Melgarejo Olguín PH 36 0.62
2 Andrés Leal Alvarado PH 32 0.55
3 Ramón Barros Montero UDI/UPC 175 3.01
4 José María Hurtado Ruiz-Tagle RN/UPC 159 2.73
5 Rafael Arratia Valdebenito PDC/CPD 2,101 36.10 Deputy
6 Mauricio Salinas Escobar PPD/CPD 446 7.66
7 Patricio Martínez Amaya PC/LI 160 2.75
8 María Victoria Ovalle Ovalle UCCP/Chile 2000 1,333 22.90 Deputy
9 Roberto Michelini Pandolf UCCP/Chile 2000 1,378 23.68
Total valid votes 5,820 100

Parliamentary election, 2001[edit]

Results for Deputies[36]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Patricio Martínez Amaya PC 114 1.92
2 Ricardo Antonio Lisboa Henríquez PH 61 1.03
3 José Fernando Melgarejo Olguín PH 65 1.09
4 Ramón Barros Montero UDI/APC 1,951 32.83 Deputy
5 Hernán Granier Bulnes RN/APD 460 7.74
6 Rafael Arratia Valdebenito PDC/CPD 1,519 25.56
7 Aníbal Pérez Lobos PPD/CPD 1,773 29.83 Deputy
Total valid votes 5,943 100

Parliamentary election, 2005[edit]

Results for Senators[37]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Juan Pablo Letelier Morel PS/CPD 2,232 34.29 Senator
2 Aníbal Pérez Lobos PPD/CPD 1,543 23.70
3 Marilén Cabrera Olmos PH/JPM 200 3.07
4 Carmen Moncada Cofré Ind. List C 108 1.66
5 Ramón Achurra Larraín Ind. List D 747 11.47
6 Andrés Chadwick Piñera UDI/APC 1,680 25.81 Senator
Total valid votes 6,510 100
Results for Deputies[38]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Rubén Andino Maldonado PS/CPD 406 6.22
2 Juan Carlos Latorre Carmona PDC/CPD 2,868 43.91 Deputy
3 Mauro Pantoja Rivera PH/JPM 184 2.82
4 Patricio Martínez Amaya PCCH/JPM 159 2.43
5 César Molfino Mendoza Ind. List D 496 7.59
6 Ramón Barros Montero UDI/APD 2,418 37.02 Deputy
Total valid votes 6,531 100

Parliamentary election, 2009[edit]

Juan Carlos Latorre (right) of the Christian Democrat Party of Chile, was re-elected as deputy in this election.
Results for Deputies[39]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Juan Carlos Latorre Carmona PDC/CPD/JPM 2,260 32.42 Deputy
2 Bárbara Figueroa Sandoval PCCH/CPD/JPM 482 6.91
3 Ramón Barros Montero UDI/CPC 2,804 40.22 Deputy
4 Lautaro Alliende Carranza RN/CPC 902 12.94
5 Ángela Sasso Bañados PH/NMC 133 1.91
6 Lidia Eliana Pizarro Gamboa PRI/CLVF 114 1.64
7 Eduardo Román Martínez PRI/CLVF 277 3.97
Total valid votes 6,972 100

Municipal elections[edit]

Municipal election, 1992[edit]

Carlos Yáñez, principal of Charly's School, was a candidate in the 1992 elections.
Results[40]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Bernabé Pavez Clavijo PS/CPD 158 2.67
2 Miguel Ángel González Carvacho PPD/CPD 296 5.00
3 Jorge Vargas González PDC/CPD 732 12.38 Councillor
4 Mario Bichón Cáceres PDC/CPD 134 2.27 Councillor
5 Héctor Urzúa Cornejo PDC/CPD 93 1.57
6 Sergio Morales Razo PR/CPD 46 0.78
7 Carlos Cerda López PC 117 1.98
8 Nelson Alberto González Becerra PC 42 0.71
9 Carlos Enrique Lizana PC 16 0.27
10 Mariano Polanco Galarce RN/PYP 484 8.18 Councillor
11 Osvaldo Vidal Vidal RN/PYP 134 2.27
12 Leopoldo Moya Bruce RN/PYP 93 1.57
13 Humberto Vargas Quiroz RN/PYP 206 3.48
14 Ana María Becerra Jorquera UDI/PYP 208 3.52
15 Carlos O. Yáñez González UDI/PYP 102 1.72
16 Orlando Cornejo Bustamante UCC 634 10.72 Mayor
17 Óscar Aguilera Pérez UCC 89 1.50
18 Aldo Polanco Contreras UCC 292 4.94 Councillor
19 Manuel Celis González UCC 256 4.33
20 Luis Cepeda Vargas UCC 101 1.71
21 Hernán Traslaviña Pérez UCC 22 0.37
22 Raúl Tobar Pavez Ind. 1,202 20.32 Councillor
23 Washington Saldías González Ind. 458 7.74
Total valid votes 5,915 100

Municipal election, 1996[edit]

Results[41]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Orlando Cornejo Bustamante Ind. List B 216 3.40
2 Carlos Leyton Labarca Ind. List B 261 4.11 Councillor
3 Clara Urzúa Ind. List B 125 1.27
4 Mario Alejandro Moraga Cáceres Ind. List B 229 3.61
5 Aldo Polanco Contreras Ind. List B 1,277 20.10 Councillor
6 Washington Saldías González Ind. List B 870 13.70 Councillor
7 Marco Antonio Valenzuela Paredes PC/LI 31 0.49
8 Luis Alberto Jannasz Aliaga Ind. List D Sub-UDI and Ind. 188 2.96
9 Luis Alberto Menares Martínez Ind. List D Sub-UDI and Ind. 55 0.87
10 Juan Gaete Becerra Ind. List D Sub-UDI and Ind. 205 3.23
11 Mariano Polanco Galarce RN/UPC 606 9.54 Councillor
12 Carlos Cerda López PS/CPD 295 4.64
13 Jorge Arturo Gajardo González PRSD/CPD 67 1.05
14 Jorge Vargas González PDC/CPD 1,855 29.20 Mayor
15 Mario Bichón Cáceres PDC/CPD 72 1.13 Councillor
Total valid votes 6,352 100

Municipal election, 2000[edit]

Results[42]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Ernesto Hevia Pavez PC/LI 19 0.30
2 Felipe Bustamante Olivares Ind. List B 60 0.94
3 Carlos Leyton Labarca Ind. List C 717 11.26 Councillor
4 Carlos Von Unger Cassanello Ind. List C 81 1.27
5 Juan Gaete Becerra UDI/APC 316 4.96
6 Aldo Polanco Contreras UCC/CC 526 8.26 Councillor
7 Mariano Polanco Galarce UCC/CC 127 1.99
8 Fernando Urzúa Púa UCC/CC 175 2.75
9 Raúl Tobar Pavez Ind. List D 177 2.78
10 Orlando Cornejo Bustamante Ind. List D 86 1.35
11 Jorge Vargas González PDC/CPD 2,596 40.75 Mayor
12 Víctor Rojas González PDC/CPD 261 4.10 Councillor
13 Roberto Córdova Carreño PS/CPD 938 14.73 Councillor
14 Waldo González Murilo Ind. List E 63 0.99
15 Washington Saldías González PPD/CPD 106 1.66 Councillor
16 Mario Alejandro Moraga Cáceres Ind. 122 1.92
Total valid votes 6,370 100

Municipal election, 2004[edit]

Results for Mayors[43]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Lucila González Soto PC/JPM 64 0.94
2 Paulina Nin de Cardona Muñoz Ind. List B 300 4.40
3 Jorge Vargas González PDC/CPD 2,958 43.37 Mayor
4 Washington Ramón Saldías González Ind. 279 4.09
5 Fortunato Bobadilla Acevedo Ind. 2,612 38.30
6 Mario Alejandro Moraga Cáceres Ind. 97 1.42
7 Raúl Tobar Pavez Ind. 510 7.48
Total valid votes 6,820 100
Results for Councillor[44]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Felipe Bustamante Olivares PC/JPM 61 0.90
2 Viterbo Osorio Castro PC/JPM 62 0.92
3 Miguel Ángel González Carvacho PH/JPM 110 1.63
4 Alex Polanco Díaz PH/JPM 54 0.80
5 Fernando Urzúa Púa Ind. List A 274 4.06
6 Héctor Iván Fuentes Cáceres Ind. List A 220 3.26
7 Aldo Polanco Contreras RN/APC 505 7.48 Councillor
8 Mariano Polanco Galarce RN/APC 320 4.74
9 Andrés Zúñiga Caro RN/APC 79 1.17
10 Carlos Leyton Labarca UDI/APC 423 6.26
11 José Luis Galaz Morales UDI/APC 63 0.93
12 Héctor Cornejo Galarce UDI/APC 447 6.62 Councillor
13 Víctor Rojas González PDC/CPD 462 6.84 Councillor
14 Loreto Puebla Muñoz PDC/CPD 291 4.31
15 Alfonso Aravena González PDC/CPD 341 5.05
16 Hernán Garrido Salas PPD/CPD 357 5.29 Councillor
17 Roberto Córdova Carreño PS/CPD 998 14.78 Councillor
18 Carlos Cerda López PS/CPD 211 3.13
19 Eduardo Saldías González Ind. 146 2.16
20 Rogelio Galdames Galdames Ind. 50 0.74
21 Eugenio de Jesús Arraño González Ind. 75 1.11
22 José Luis Arraño Lizana Ind. 74 1.10
23 Marcelo Cabrera Martínez Ind. 1,129 16.72 Councillor
Total valid votes 6,752 100

Municipal election, 2008[edit]

Political propaganda of candidate for mayor of Pichilemu Fortunato Bobadilla Acevedo
Results for Mayors[45]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Raúl Tobar Pavez PRI/PCL 322 4.49
2 Héctor Leiva Polanco PDC/CPD 1,665 23.22
3 Felipe Bustamante Olivares PCCH/JPM 156 2.18
4 Fortunato Bobadilla Acevedo Ind. List E 2,010 28.03
5 Marcelo Cabrera Martínez Ind. 3,017 42.08 Mayor
Total valid votes 7,170 100
Results for Councillor[46]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 José González Catalán PRI/PCL 225 3.16
2 Juan Tobías Cornejo Vargas Ind. List A 326 4.57 Councillor
3 Antonio Rojas Díaz Ind. List A 15 0.21
4 Lorena Rojas Lepe Ind. List A 141 1.98
5 Fernando Urzúa Púa Ind. List A 178 2.50
6 Mauricio Antonio Vargas Villegas Ind. List A 66 0.93
7 Roberto Córdova Carreño PS/CPD 756 10.61 Councillor
8 Marta Urzúa Púa PS/CPD 179 2.51 Councillor
9 Patricio Morales Acevedo Ind. List C 108 1.52
10 Fabricio Cáceres Jorquera PDC/CPD 155 2.17
11 Alfonso Aravena González PDC/CPD 164 2.30
12 Hernán Vieira Herrera PDC/CPD 127 1.78
13 Alex Polanco Díaz PH/JPM 28 0.39
14 José Manuel Llanca Bustamante PH/JPM 57 0.80
15 Enrique Iván Lizana Tobar PH/JPM 273 3.83
16 Jorge Daniel Vargas Vargas Ind. List D 66 0.93
17 Patricio Hevia Olmedo Ind. List D 47 0.66
18 Aldo Polanco Contreras RN/APC 725 10.17 Councillor
19 Nicolás Faúndez Arévalo RN/APC 260 3.65
20 Viviana Parraguez Ulloa RN/APC 447 6.27 Councillor
21 Pablo Martínez Quinteros UDI/APC 369 5.18
22 Rolando Leyton Labarca Ind. List E 197 2.76
23 Amarildo Calderón Cornejo Ind. List E 113 1.59
24 Jorge Chamorro Carrasco PRSD/CPD 35 0.49
25 Javiera del Carmen Ortega Duarte Ind. List F 86 1.21
26 Luz Garcés Figueroa PPD/CPD 200 2.81
27 Luz Rojas Martínez PPD/CPD 213 2.99
28 Andrea Aranda Escudero Ind. List F 491 6.89 Councillor
29 Fabiola Soto Gallardo Ind. 49 0.69
30 Carmen Martínez Orellana Ind. 102 1.43
31 Lidia Raquelina Catalán González Ind. 176 2.47
32 Mario Alejandro Moraga Cáceres Ind. 629 8.83
33 María Eugenia Terán Galaz Ind. 124 1.74
Total valid votes 7,127 100

Municipal election, 2012[edit]

Results for Mayors[47]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
1 Washington Araneda Carrasco PRO/CPT 178 2.49
2 Roberto Córdova Carreño PS/CPD 3,507 49.13 Mayor
3 Carlos Acuña Arévalo RN/CPC 1,492 20.90
4 Mario Alejandro Moraga Cáceres Independent 469 6.57
5 Cristián Tamayo Latapiat Independent 153 2.14
6 Iván Cabrera Martínez Independent 1,339 18.76
Total valid votes 7,170 100
Results for Councillor[48]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
7 Juan Tobías Cornejo Vargas PRI/REI 170 2.37
8 Carlos Echazarreta Iñiguez PRI/REI 98 1.37
9 José González Catalán PRI/REI 120 1.67
10 Patricio Morales Acevedo Ind./REI 143 1.99
11 Juan Carlos Arredondo Leiva Ind./REI 65 0.91
12 Jaime Huerta Castillo Ind./REI 48 0.67
13 Luis Fernando González Calderón PRO/CPT 71 0.99
14 Mauricio Antonio Vargas Villegas PRO/CPT 38 0.53
15 Érika Saldías González PRO/CPT 55 0.77
16 María Angélica Fernández Suazo PRO/CPT 20 0.28
17 Lía Lazo Bravo Ind./CPT 111 1.55
18 Fidel Antonio Valenzuela González Ind./CPT 155 2.16
19 Víctor Cornejo Becerra PPD/CHJ 281 3.92
20 Alejandra Navarro Navarro PPD/CHJ 53 0.74
21 Andrea Aranda Escudero Ind./PPD/CHJ 685 9.56 Councillor
22 Felipe Bustamante Olivares PC/CHJ 79 1.10 Councillor
23 Mario Morales Cárceles Ind./PC/CHJ 969 13.52 Councillor
24 Víctor Manuel Rojas González Ind./PRSD/CHJ 287 4.00
25 Marta Urzúa Púa PS/CPD 300 4.18 Councillor
26 Sergio Mella Varas PS/CPD 120 1.67
27 Marco Antonio Salgado Contreras PS/CPD 235 3.28
28 Héctor Esteban Henríquez Tobar PDC/CPD 149 2.08
29 Aldo Pinto Torreblanca PDC/CPD 138 1.92
30 Nicole Nataly Grez Cañete Ind./PDC/CPD 43 0.60
31 Alex Polanco Díaz PH/MH 33 0.46
32 Raúl Tobar Pavez Ind./MH 160 2.23
33 Javiera Ortega Duarte Ind./MH 68 0.95
34 Cirilo Cabrera Cabrera Ind./MH 113 1.58
35 Viviana Parraguez Ulloa RN/CPC 253 3.53
36 Aldo Polanco Contreras RN/CPC 464 3.57 Councillor
37 Jorge Fernando Urzúa Púa Ind./RN/CPC 209 2.92
38 Hugo Toro Galaz UDI/CPC 560 7.81 Councillor
39 Pablo Martínez Quinteros UDI/CPC 501 6.99
40 Marcela Muñoz Vistozo UDI/CPC 34 0.47
41 Blanca Parraguez Durán Ind. 341 4.76
Total valid votes 7,169 100

Other elections[edit]

City council's mayor election, 2009[edit]

The members of the Pichilemu City Council elected fellow councilor Roberto Córdova (pictured) as the successor of Marcelo Cabrera as mayor of the city.

On 1 September 2009, an extraordinary meeting of the Pichilemu City Council, then composed by councilors Juan Cornejo Vargas from the Regionalist Party of the Independents (PRI), Aldo Polanco Contreras and Viviana Parraguez Ulloa, both from the National Renewal party (RN), Marta Urzúa Púa and Roberto Córdova Carreño from the Socialist Party (PS), and Andrea Aranda Escudero from the Party for Democracy (PPD), was held to elect the successor of Marcelo Cabrera Martínez, who was elected mayor in October 2008 but was banned from holding political offices for seven years in February 2009, in a case known as Boletas Adulteradas.[49]

The meeting was presided by Roberto Córdova Carreño and lasted seven minutes. The councilors elected him as the next mayor with four votes. Both Aldo Polanco and Viviana Parraguez obtained one vote, given by themselves.[50]

Córdova's former office as councilor was left vacant until mid-October of that year, when the Regional Electoral Court (Tribunal Electoral Regional, TER) appointed Patricio Morales Acevedo,[51] an independent candidate for councilor, supported by the Socialist Party (PS), in the 2008 municipal election. Morales obtained 108 votes (1.52%) in that election.[46] The process of appointment was reportedly delayed by an unsuccessful complaint to that court by Alfonso Aravena González, another 2008 candidate for councilor who represented the Christian Democrat Party (DC) in that occasion, who said the office should "correspond to him" as he obtained 164 votes (2.30%) votes in the election of the previous year.[51] Morales took office as councilor of Pichilemu on 16 October 2009 during a meeting of the city council.[51] The results of the election that chose Córdova as Cabrera's successor, according to Pichilemu News, are the following:

Results[49]
Candidate Party/Coalition Votes % Result
Andrea Aranda Escudero PPD/CPD 0 0.00
Juan Cornejo Vargas PRI/PCL 0 0.00
Aldo Polanco Contreras RN/APC 1 16.66
Marta Urzúa Púa PS/CPD 0 0.00
Viviana Parraguez Ulloa RN/APC 1 16.66
Roberto Córdova Carreño PS/CPD 4 66.66 Mayor
Total votes 6

Concertación municipal primaries, 2012[edit]

The elections were held at Digna Camilo Aguilar School.

Primary elections were held on 1 April 2012 in order to choose a unique candidate for mayor representing the Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia coalition of left-winged parties for the municipal elections on 28 October 2012. Anyone inscribed in the poll registry before 30 November 2011 and without membership in non-Concertación parties could participate in the election.[52]

Incumbent mayor Roberto Córdova (Socialist Party) faced incumbent councillor Andrea Aranda (Party for Democracy) in the election. Aranda was particularly criticized by local news media Pichilemu News as "being coincidentally the wife of former Christian Democrat mayor Jorge Vargas González (condemned by justice for the crime of bribery and the presentation of false witnesses), and who is –much to his regret– disallowed to continue [participating] in active politics, for now, but has the relief of the one following his steps."[53] Provincial-newspaper El Expreso de la Costa qualified the election as "historic." Córdova's slogan was "Pichilemu, better every day" ("Pichilemu, cada día mejor"), while Aranda's was "With woman's strength" ("Con fuerza de mujer").[54]

According to reports by local radio station Entre Olas, the voting process was done in absolute normality, except for the appearance of a van painted with slogans such as "No more robbers at the Municipality" ("No más ladrones al municipio"), "Open your eyes" ("Abre tus ojos"), and "Don't sell yourself" ("No te vendas"); subsequently the owner of the van had a heated argument with former mayor Jorge Vargas González (as mentioned previously, Aranda's husband), blaming him for "discrediting Pichilemu."[55]

Results[56]
Ballot
number
Candidate Party Votes % Result
1 Roberto Córdova Carreño PS 1,903 73.14 Candidate
2 Andrea Aranda Escudero PPD 699 26.86
Total votes 2,602 100.00

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