Salvadoran presidential election 2019 Results Voting Live
Salvadoran presidential election Dates 2019
Salvadoran presidential election Date: 3 Feb 2019
The government of El Salvador is a presidential representative democratic republic.
El Salvador elects its head of state – the President of El Salvador – directly through a fixed-date general election whose winner is decided by an absolute majority. If an absolute majority (50% + 1) is not achieved by any candidate in the first round of a presidential election, then a run-off election is conducted 30 days later between the two candidates who obtained the most votes in the first round. The presidential period is five years. Consecutive re-election is not permitted, though previously elected presidents may run for a second, non-consecutive term.
Presidential elections will be held in El Salvador on 3 February 2019, with the second round in March if no candidate wins an outright majority
Salvadoran presidential election Voting Live 2019
1. Salvadoran Presidential Election will be held on 3 Feb 2019.
2. Ambassador of El Salvador to Belize visits Minister of Transport and NEMO in Belmopan Office.
3. Palace expects winning senators in 2019 polls to support PRRD.
The electoral system of Salvadoran
El Salvador has a multi-party system. Two political parties, the Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA) and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) have tended to dominate elections. ARENA candidates won four consecutive presidential elections until the election of Mauricio Funes of the FMLN in March 2009.
Geographically, the departments of the Central region, especially the capital and the coastal regions, known as departamentos Rojos, or red departments, are relatively Leftist. The department Azules, or blue departments in the east, western and highland regions are relatively conservative.
Salvadoran Parties and leaders
|Party||Presidential nominee||Running mate|
|Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA)||Carlos Calleja||Carmen Aída Lazo|
|Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN)||Hugo Martínez||Karina Sosa|
|Grand Alliance for National Unity (GANA)||Nayib Bukele||Félix Ulloa|
|Vamos||Josué Alvarado||Roberto Rivera|
Salvadoran 2019 election results
Salvadoran 2019 Election results will be updated here as it is declared.
|Carlos Calleja||Nationalist Republican Alliance|
|Hugo Martínez||Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front|
|Nayib Bukele||Grand Alliance for National Unity|
Salvadoran past election results
|Candidate||Party||First round||Second round|
|Salvador Sánchez Cerén||Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front||1,315,768||48.93||1,495,815||50.11|
|Norman Quijano||Nationalist Republican Alliance||1,047,592||38.96||1,489,451||49.89|
|Antonio Saca||Unity Movement||307,603||11.44|
|René Rodriguez Hurtado||Salvadoran Progressive Party||11,314||0.42|
|Óscar Lemus||Salvadoran Patriot Fraternity||6,659||0.25|