During the 2019 election season, 21 of the country’s 23 provinces picked their governors. The Peronist coalition picked up one province and held on to 16 while the Together for Change coalition lost Buenos Aires but retained two seats.
Governors serve four-year terms and, depending on the province, they can seek indefinite reelection, serve one term, or—in most cases—can pursue reelection once to serve two terms. Below, AS/COA Online looks at the gubernatorial election cycle for 2019.
- Learn more in our Argentina election guide.
Note: This map was initially published on June 20, 2019. It has been updated as new results have become available.