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ELECTION 2012

Chávez's candidates win 20 governor's offices; dissenters obtain three

Chair of the Nacional Electoral Council Tibisay Lucena disclosed the election results in an official report at 9 pm

EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday December 16, 2012  09:56 PM
The ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) on Sunday won 20 governor's offices, compared to three obtained by the opposition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD), as announced by Tibisay Lucena, the chair of the National Electoral Council, who read the first official report of election results.

The MUD candidates won the governor's offices in the states of Lara (northwest), Miranda (central north) and Amazonas (south).

Pro-government candidates won in the remaining states.

Lucena informed late on Sunday that the results in Bolívar state (south) indicated that ruling party candidate Francisco Rangel Gómez had obtained 43.57% of the votes against 42.34 won by opposition leader Andrés Velásquez.

Notwithstanding, Velásquez has so far rejected the results announced by the CNE and asserted he had obtained a "clear and clean" victory.

The results of the gubernatorial election are as follows:


AMAZONAS
Liborio Guarulla (MUD) 65.66%
Nicia Maldonado (PSUV) 56.01%

ANZOÁTEGUI
Aristóbulo Istúriz (PSUV) 53.97%
Antonio Barreto Sira (MUD) 41.6%

APURE
Ramón Carrizalez (PSUV) 59.83%
Luis Lipa (MUD) 22.42%

ARAGUA
Tareck El Aissami (PSUV) 52.72%
Richard Mardo (MUD) 42.71%

BARINAS 
Adán Chávez (PSUV) 54.69%
Julio César Reyes (MUD) 41.52%

BOLÍVAR
Francisco Rangel Gómez (PSUV) 43.57%
Andrés Velásquez (La Causa R) 42.34%

CARABOBO
Francisco Ameliach (PSUV) 53.49%
Henrique Salas Feo (MUD) 42.7%

COJEDES
Érika Farías (PSUV) 59.27%
Alberto Galíndez (MUD) 35.31%

DELTA AMACURO
Lizeta Hernández (PSUV) 71.27%
Arévalo Salazar (MUD) 20.99%

FALCÓN
Stella Lugo de Montilla (PSUV) 48.28%
José Gregorio Graterol (MUD) 35.28%

GUÁRICO
Ramón Rodríguez Chacín (PSUV) 70.41%
José Manuel González (MUD) 25.05%

LARA
Henri Falcón (MUD) 54.35%
Luis Reyes Reyes (PSUV) 41.98%

MÉRIDA
Alexis Ramírez (PSUV) 47.56%
Léster Rodríguez (MUD) 37.96%

MIRANDA 
Henrique Capriles Radonski (MUD) 50.35%
Elías Jaua (PSUV) 46.13%

MONAGAS
Yelitze Santaella (PSUV) 52.59%
José Gregorio Briceño (Independent) 40.67%

NUEVA ESPARTA
Carlos Mata Figueroa (PSUV) 52.44%
Morel Rodríguez (MUD) 44.34%

PORTUGUESA
Wilmar Castro Soteldo (PSUV) 50.96%
Osvaldo Zerpa (PCV) 22.59%

SUCRE
Luis Acuña (PSUV) 55.77%
Hernán Núñez (MUD) 35.2%6

TÁCHIRA
José Vielma Mora (PSUV) 51.73%
César Pérez Vivas (MUD) 44.48%

TRUJILLO
Henry Rangel Silva (PSUV) 79.74%
José Hernández 17.31%

VARGAS
Jorge Luis García Carneiro (PSUV) 69.05%
José Manuel Olivares (MUD) 24.13%

YARACUY
Julio León Heredia (PSUV) 57.08%
Biaggio Pilieri (MUD) 36.05%

ZULIA
Francisco Arias Cárdenas (PSUV) 50.99%
Pablo Pérez (MUD) 46.74%
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