The triumphant coalition is made up of a strip of radicalism, Peronism, the PRO and the Civic Front, among other political partners.
The local government promoted Daniel Lafarina as his aspirant to reach the intention, but he finished second with a total of 4,709 votes; followed by Wilson Genesio del Vecinalismo Independiente with 2,279 votes, the socialist alliance Arroyito para Todos with Carlos Maldini (850), and in the fifth place the Solidarity Party, identified with Kirchnerism, with Oscar Antonio Luduena as candidate, barely won 523 votes.
The winner said he was "happy because Arroyito gave us this possibility" and added that "we are not going to waste it, with an idea above political parties, and that the most important thing is people, health, work and that we are going to prioritize. "
"We are not united with Peronism, we are united with the people of Arroyito. Our list is 60 percent independent, as is the standard of Arroyito, who are mostly independent," he said when asked about the union with the provincial government .
"We tried to express that we are to accompany the provincial government, the governor (Juan Schiaretti) called me a while ago, we will govern for all," closed the elected mayor.
With these elections the province closes the electoral calendar that had begun on March 17 in La Falda.
The province has 427 municipalities and communes, of which only remains to renew authorities in the southern city of Rio Cuarto, which has a date for next year.