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Mexican general election, 1964

Mexican general election, 1964

July 5, 1964

 
Nominee Gustavo Díaz Ordaz José González Torres
Party PRI PAN
Home state Puebla Michoacán
Popular vote 8,368,446 1,034,337
Percentage 88.81% 10.98%

President before election

Adolfo López Mateos
PRI

Elected President

Gustavo Díaz Ordaz
PRI

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Mexico
Foreign relations

General elections were held in Mexico on 5 July 1964.[1] The presidential elections were won by Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, who received 90.4% of the vote. In the Chamber of Deputies election, the Institutional Revolutionary Party won 175 of the 210 seats.[1]

Results

President

Candidate Party Votes %
Gustavo Díaz Ordaz Institutional Revolutionary Party 8,368,446 88.8
José González Torres National Action Party 1,034,337 11.0
Other candidates 19,402 0.2
Invalid/blank votes
Total 9,422,185 100
Source: Nohlen

Senate

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Institutional Revolutionary Party 7,837,364 87.8 64 0
National Action Party 1,001,045 11.2 0 0
Popular Socialist Party 57,617 0.7 0 0
Authentic Party of the Mexican Revolution 13,007 0.2 0 0
Non-registered candidates 13,968 0.2 0 0
Invalid/blank votes
Total 8,923,001 100 64 0
Source: Nohlen

Chamber of Deputies

Party Votes % Seats +/-
Institutional Revolutionary Party 7,807,912 86.3 175 +3
National Action Party 1,042,396 11.5 20 +15
Popular Socialist Party 123,837 1.4 10 +9
Authentic Party of the Mexican Revolution 64,409 0.7 5 +5
Non-registered candidates 12,970 0.1 0 0
Invalid/blank votes
Total 9,051,524 100 210 +32
Source: Nohlen

References

  1. ^ a b Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume I, p453 ISBN 978-0-19-928357-6
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