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Venezuelan general election, 1983

Venezuelan presidential election, 1983
Venezuela
1978 ←
December 4, 1983
→ 1988

 
Nominee Jaime Lusinchi Rafael Caldera
Party AD COPEI
Popular vote 3,775,341 2,166,467
Percentage 58.4% 33.5%

President before election

Luis Herrera Campins
COPEI

Elected President

Jaime Lusinchi
AD

General elections were held in Venezuela on 4 December 1983.[1] The presidential elections were won by Jaime Lusinchi of Democratic Action, who received 58.4% of the vote,[2] whilst his party won a majority of seats in the Chamber of Deputies and Senate. Voter turnout was 87.3%.[3]

Results

President

Candidate Party Votes %
Jaime Lusinchi AD-URD-VOI 3,775,341 58.4
Rafael Caldera Copei-ICC-NGD-CIMA-FUN-MIO 2,166,467 33.5
Teodoro Petkoff MAS-MIR-IRE 223,194 3.5
José Vicente Rangel MEP-PCV-NA-LS-GAR-SI 221,918 3.4
Américo Martín Revolutionary Left Movement 52,287 1.0
Jorge Olavarria National Opinion 32,254 0.5
Gonzalo Pérez National Integration Movement 19,528 0.3
Luis Rangel National Rescue 8,820 0.1
Andrés Velásquez Radical Cause 5,917 0.1
Vinicio Romero National Confidence 3,236 0.1
Alberto Solano Emancipatory Force 1,650 0.0
Juan Iarra Riverol Venezuelan Nationalist Party 1,363 0.0
Adolfo Alcala Independent Voters 1,077 0.0
Invalid/blank votes 331,443
Total 6,792,208 100
Source: Nohlen

Congress

Party Votes % Seats
Chamber +/- Senate +/-
Democratic Action 3,284,166 49.9 113 +25 28 +7
Copei 1,887,226 28.7 60 -24 14 -7
Movement for Socialism 377,795 5.7 10 -1 2 0
National Opinion 130,022 2.0 3 +3 0 0
People's Electoral Movement 129,263 2.0 3 -1 0 0
Democratic Republican Union 125,458 1.9 3 0 0 0
Communist Party of Venezuela 115,162 1.7 3 +2 0 0
Revolutionary Left Movement 103,923 1.6 2 -2 0 0
New Alternative 68,729 1.0 1 New 0 New
Independents with Change 63,822 1.0 0 New 0 New
Socialist League 53,506 0.8 1 0 0 0
National Integration Movement 59,870 0.9 1 0 0 0
Radical Cause 35,304 0.5 0 0 0 0
LNR (OLVARRIA) 29,642 0.5 0 New 0 New
Majoritarian Independent Committee 18,762 0.3 0 New 0 New
National Rescue 15,083 0.2 0 New 0 New
Revolutionary Action Group 15,033 0.2 0 0 0 0
Nationalist Unity Front 12,262 0.2 0 0 0 0
New Democratic Generation 10,288 0.2 0 New 0 New
MIO 10,020 0.2 0 New 0 New
29 other parties 35,563 0.5 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 244,281
Total 6,825,180 100 200 +1 44 0
Source: Nohlen

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