20 political parties and groups they failed to approve in the province of Buenos Aires the floor of 1.5% of valid votes issued that allowed them to participate in the general elections of November 14.
With 90.53 percent of the ballot boxes counted in the framework of the open, simultaneous and compulsory primaries (PASO), only the Frente de Todos, Juntos, the Frente de Izquierda, Avanza Libertad and Vamos con Vos reached the necessary vote threshold to present nominations in the legislative elections.
Instead of, did not exceed the 1.5 percent floor of the votes the following parties: + Valores (which nominated Cynthia hotton); Social vocation (Cinthia Fernandez); Union for the Future Front (Jose Gomez Centurion) and Federal Republican (Guillermo Moreno).
Neither does the Movement for Socialism (Manuela Castañeira), Patriot Front (Alexander Biondini), Federal (Miguel Saredi), Everything for Buenos Aires (Jose Ignacio Raffo), Celeste Pro Vida (Ayelen Alancai), Green Party (Fabiana Zanutti), Popular (Santiago Cuneo), Labor Policy (Jorge Altamira) nor the Just, Social and Humanist Project (Mario Mazzitelli).
Conservative popular forces (Victor Manuel Albarracín); Hope of the people (Mirta Beatriz Sotelo); Buenos Aires current of thought (Ernesto Claudio Ludueña); Justice and patriotic dignity (Sergio Jesus Medrano); Social unit (Walter Arias); Party work (Anabela Belén Lentini); and morals and progressJorge Alberto Paz).