Argentine legislative election, 1936

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Legislative elections were held in Argentina on 1 March 1936.[1] The National Democratic Party remained the largest faction, with 55 of the 158 seats, despite receiving far fewer votes than the Radical Civic Union. Voter turnout was 70.9%.[2]


Party Votes % Seats +/-
Radical Civic Union720,00944.040+38
National Democratic Party370,31522.755-5
Socialist Party150,4429.225-18
Democratic Progressive Party80,5424.96-6
Unified Radical Civic Union43,6152.740
NDP-Antipersonal UCR39,7982.411
Liberal Party17,0431.02-2
Independent Socialist Party12,0730.72-4
Popular Party2,7750.220
Radical Civic Union Santa Fé82,6255.110New
Radical Civic Union Tucumán32,9032.0New
Popular de Jujuy11,1710.7New
Radical Party10,9870.7New
Radical Civic Union Buenos Aires7,1420.4
Federalist Radican Civic Union6,9190.4New
Public Health Party5,3870.3
Radical Civic Union San Luis4,0630.2New
Democratic National Renewal Centre2,7190.2New
National Labour Party1,6810.1New
Integ. Argentino2670.1New
Vacant seats1
Invalid/blank votes88,080
Source: Nohlen


  1. Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p67 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3
  2. Nohlen, p84
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