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Andrés Ojeda asked voters to participate in the internal elections to stop the Frente Amplio in October

Andrés Ojeda asked voters to participate in the internal elections to stop the Frente Amplio in October
Andrés Ojeda asked voters to participate in the internal elections to stop the Frente Amplio in October

The candidate for Colorado Party, Andrés Ojeda, He assured that the votes the party receives will be the ones that will make the party lose. Wide Front general elections in October and that is why he called on voters to participate in the internal elections this month since he considers them a “moral duty”, even though they are not mandatory.

During a campaign event this weekend in the department of Peach, The Colorado candidate assured that on the 30th of this month “the course of the country for the next five years will begin to be chosen.” “On our part, there are three key concepts: renewal and unity to make the Wide Front“said Ojeda.

Along the same lines, he fired again at the opposition. “We are the key to the Wide Front lose, it is our votes that are going to make the Broad Front; that’s why he’s so nervous Fernando Pereira and that is why the noise we have today,” he said.

In that sense, he encouraged voters to participate in the internal elections, even though they are not mandatory, and stressed his confidence that the Colorado Party has grown in recent times. “There are issues that are objective and consolidated, and no one disputes them, such as that we have grown, that we have grown very quickly, and that today we are leading all the polls above the margin of error,” he commented.

“Obviously, the polls do not vote. If the election were mandatory, no one would have any doubt that the Colorado candidacy would be here,” he added.

Ojeda is the inmates’ favorite, although with a lot of margin for error

According to a survey carried out at the end of May by the pollster Cifra, within the Colorado Party, the voting intentions for Andrés Ojeda amount to 49%, while for Robert Silva 23% was obtained and for Gabriel Gurmendez 13%. Behind him was the former Minister of Tourism, Tabare Viera with 9% and Carolina Ache with 1%.

However, the director of Cifra warned that the results should be taken with caution since Colorado respondents increased to 1,500 compared to the last survey. “The margins of error are very large,” she explained.

Related to this, in the last Factum survey, no data was presented on the internality of the Colorado Party, because this is the one that presents the greatest challenges for pollsters due to the large margin of error it has.

However, the pollster highlighted that a trend has been registered in which the candidate Andres Ojeda It is shown as the best positioned of the entire group. While in a second step, the names that appear are those of Gabriel Gurmendez, Robert Silva and Tabare Viera.

Source: Ambito

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