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2018 Lima municipal election

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Municipal elections in Lima were held in 7 October 2018. 82.56% of eligible voters cast ballots in the election. The mayoral election produced the following results:

  1. Jorge Muñoz Wells—1,907,693
  2. Daniel Urresti—1,042,481
  3. Renzo Reggiardo—469,533
  4. Alberto Beingolea—236,320
  5. Ricardo Belmont—205,716
  6. Juan Carlos Zurek—190,194
  7. Jaime Salinas—186,348
  8. Diethell Columbus—142,913
  9. Luis Castaneda Pardo---136,657[1]

The distribution of seats among parties which ensured representation in the city council is as follows:

  1. Popular Action—21
  2. Podemos Perú—8
  3. PPS—4
  4. PPC—1
  5. Peru Libertario—1
  6. Somos Peru—1
  7. Alliance for Progress—1
  8. Popular Force—1
  9. PSN—1[1]

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