Dominican Presidential Election 2020

Who will be the next president of the Dominican Republic?

  • Gonzalo Castillo (PLD)

  • Luis Abinader (PRD)

  • Leonel Fernández (FP)

  • Other Candidate


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NALs

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In May 2020 will take place a nationwide election for choosing the next president 2020 - 2024. The new president is sworn into power in August 2020. Despite there are several candidates, the big three contenders are:


Gonzalo Castillo - Partido de la Liberación Dominicana (PLD)


Luis Abinader - Partido Revolucionario Moderno (PRM)


Leonel Fernández - Partido Fuerza del Pueblo (FP)


Who will you vote (even folks that can't vote in reality)?

All votes are anonymous on this poll.
 

Squat

Tropical geek in Las Terrenas
Jan 1, 2002
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Suddenly with this electoral crisis, everyone wants Leonel back. It has been magic for him. He couldn't have asked for better circumstances! He is the one & only beneficiary of that meltdown. It's almost like he planned it ;)
 
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NALs

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Andrés Pastrana, an ex-President of Colombia, made a video sent to Ito Bisonó and to be shown to the Dominican population declaring Luis Abinader as the winner in the following elections. His group (Internacional Demócrata de Centro or IDC) publicly supports Abinader. The organization is a collection of Christian-democrats and social-democrats parties from around the world. Its ideology is based on a Christian humanitarian. Pastrana is slso part of the liberals of Latin America.

 

CristoRey

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Gonzalo.
Why do I think this?
The PLD Admin just
recieved a 650 million
dollar loan from the IMF
to buy as many votes as
they can. They are still
pissed about not recieving
their China (investments)
money in time to steal the election
hence all the press late last
year about the "regret" of no
longer recognizing Taiwan.
Anyway, rest assured the PLD
is buying votes as we speak with
a loan meant to help the country's
most needy.