Final presidential election results PAC beat PLN by less than 1 percent

first_imgLuis Guillermo Solís, Citizen Action Party – 30.64 percentJohnny Araya, National Liberation Party – 29.71 percentJosé María Villata, Broad Front Party – 17.24 percentOtto Guevara, Libertarian Movement Party – 11.33 percentRodolfo Piza, Social Christian Unity Party – 6.01 percent Facebook Comments L.A Sobrado: Las nóminas con mayor cantidad de votos son: PAC (30.64%) y PLN (29.71%) #Eleccionescr— TSE (@TSECostaRica) February 17, 2014 Related posts:CID-Gallup poll shows Araya might avoid presidential election runoff Costa Rica’s two top political parties agree to runoff presidential debate, with or without candidates Why Costa Rica will have a runoff election this weekend Solís wins big but bigger challenges may be ahead, say analysts Costa Rica’s Supreme Elections Tribunal released the official results of the Feb. 2 election. Citizen Action Party’s Luis Guillermo Solís eked out a victory of less than 20,000 votes over runner-up Johnny Araya, of the National Liberation Party. Solís finished with 629,866 votes, while Araya managed 610,634 votes. The abstention rate reached 31.8 percent, which is still a better turnout than the United States.But since neither party captured 40 percent of the vote, Costa Rica heads to a runoff on April 6. More analysis on the final results coming up soon.TSE Official Numbers: Top 5 Candidateslast_img

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