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General elections were held in Peru on 22 October 1939 to elect the President and both houses of the Congress. In the presidential elections the result was a victory for Manuel Prado Ugarteche of the Concentración Nacional coalition, who received 77.5% of the vote. The Concentración Nacional also won a landslide victory in the Congressional elections, winning 45 of the 48 seats in the Senate and 111 of the 140 seats in the Chamber of Deputies.
|Manuel Prado Ugarteche||Concentración Nacional||262,971||77.53|
|José Quesada Larrea||Patriotic Front||76,222||22.47|
|Constitutional Renewal Party||1|
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