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Mexican legislative election, 2003

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Mexico
Foreign relations

Legislative elections were held in Mexico on 6 July 2003.[1] Although the National Action Party received the most votes, the Institutional Revolutionary Party won 224 of the 500 seats. Voter turnout was only 41%.[2]

Results

Party Constituency PR Seats +/-
Votes % Votes %
National Action Party 8,189,699 31.8 8,219,649 31.8 151 -56
Institutional Revolutionary Party 6,166,358 23.9 6,196,171 24.0 224 +16
Party of the Democratic Revolution 4,694,365 18.2 4,707,009 18.2 97 +44
Alliance for All Coalition 3,637,685 14.1 3,637,685 14.0 0 New
Ecologist Green Party of Mexico 1,063,741 4.1 1,068,721 4.1 17 0
Labor Party 640,724 2.5 642,290 2.5 6 -1
Convergence 603,392 2.3 605,156 2.3 5 New
México Posible 242,280 0.9 243,261 0.9 0 New
Social Alliance Party 197,488 0.8 198,075 0.8 0 -2
Citizen Force Party 123,499 0.5 124,022 0.5 0 New
Mexican Liberal Party 108,377 0.4 108,844 0.4 0 New
Party of the Nationalist Society 72,029 0.3 72,267 0.3 0 -3
Non-registered candidates 16,359 0.1 16,447 0.1 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 896,649 899,227
Total 26,651,645 100 26,738,924 100 500 0
Source: Nohlen, Federal Election Institute

References

  1. ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume I, p453 ISBN 978-0-19-928357-6
  2. ^ Nohlen, p455
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