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Presidential elections were held in Peru in 1912. José Pardo y Barreda was elected with 81% of the vote, heading an alliance of the Civilista Party, the Liberal Alliance and the Constitutionalists.
|José Pardo y Barreda||PC−AL−C||131,289||80.82|
|Carlos de Piérola||Democratic Party||31,151||19.18|
- Fernando Tuesta Soldevilla (2001) Perú politítico en cifras, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, p609
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