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General elections were held in Peru on 11 October 1931 to elect the President and a Constitutional Congress. The result was a victory for Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro of the Revolutionary Union, who received 50.8% of the vote.
Cerro was also supported by the Nationalist Social Party, Osores was supported by the Constitutional Party, the Labourist Party and the National Coalition Party, while Jara y Ureta was supported by the Decentralist Party and Popular Union.
|Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro||Revolutionary Union||152,149||50.75|
|Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre||American Popular Revolutionary Alliance||106,088||35.38|
|José María de la Jara y Ureta||Republican Action||21,950||7.32|
|Antonuio Osores||Constitutional Renewal Party||19,640||6.55|
|American Popular Revolutionary Alliance||36|
|Socialist Party of Peru||4|
|Nationalist Social Party||3|
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