A GUIDE TO
In 2023, three Latin American countries—Argentina, Guatemala, and Paraguay—hold presidential votes. But elsewhere in the region, voters will participate in key elections, whether casting ballots on plebiscites in Ecuador and Chile or gubernatorial races in Colombia and Mexico. Over the course of 2023, AS/COA will track these events through articles, poll updates, podcasts, and more.
Ecuador: February 5 plebiscite and local elections
Cuba: March 25 legislative elections
Paraguay: April 30 general elections
Mexico: June 4 gubernatorial elections
Guatemala: June 25 general elections, August 27 presidential runoff
Argentina: August 13 presidential primary, October 22 general elections, November 19 presidential runoff
Colombia: October 29 gubernatorial and local elections
Chile: May constitution representative elections, November or December constitutional plebiscite
The Colorado Party is looking to stay in power, despite scandals and a united opposition coalition. Here's what to know about the April 30 vote.
Universidad del Valle de Guatemala’s Marielos Chang and Cefeidas Group’s Juan Cruz Díaz cover what to watch ahead of the two countries’ presidential races.
While Argentina, Guatemala, and Paraguay will hold presidential votes, a number of other countries have notable elections.
Argentina, Guatemala y Paraguay realizarán elecciones presidenciales, pero otros países también llevarán a cabo elecciones importantes.
Congress approved a plan to draft a constitution in 2023.
A controversial past weighs heavily on the conservative’s presidential bid.
A Maya Mam woman is seeking to organize the country’s indigenous people into a mass political force.