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Today, the election results in Andalusia will be examined.

Three and a half year ago, Andalusia's political revolution was initiated.

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Today, the election results in Andalusia will be examined.

Three and a half year ago, Andalusia's political revolution was initiated. The polls will be examined this Sunday. Six and a quarter million Andalusians will be summoned to vote on whether or not to continue the change that started on December 2, 2018, when a parliament elected the first non-socialist president since independence was established four decades ago.

This electoral call has seen a dramatic change in the political landscape. The political landscape of this electoral call is very different than it was in 2018. All of the candidates who go to the polls are going through deep internal changes. Juanma Moreno for the Popular Party, Juan Marin for Ciudadanos and Teresa Rodriguez at Adelante Andalucia head the coalition. This coalition, while having the same name as the one that he led in 2018, has a different composition and political project. Juan Espadas, who left Seville's Mayor's Office to run for regional politics, is running with the difficult goal of recovering the Junta de Andalucia to the PSOE. Inmaculada Nieto heads Por Andalucia where Izquierda Unida and Podemos have joined forces. Macarena Olona has been given by Vox to enter the regional government.

It is possible that the participation figure of 58.65% from three and a quarter years ago will be higher this time, as voting by mail has nearly doubled.

Six months ahead of schedule, the citizen evaluation of political change in 2018 began. Juanma Moreno was unable to approve the November budget due to Vox's strategic turn. She decided to withdraw its support from the Government and press the electoral button to measure the forces at the polls.

While there won't be any certainty until tonight's polls close, the polls that consistently give him victory indicate that it was a smart decision. If the forecasts of a large victory for the president are true, there will be more in Andalusia that the consolidation of the change which began in 2018 - when the Socialists lost the government - and the debate about the start of a new stage not only from a sociological but also political point of view.

Juanma Moreno will remain in San Telmo's chair, as it is assumed in the presidency's environment. They maintain that "The Andalusians will affirm if they are alone or accompanied."

In his initial campaign, the president set three goals. He was more concerned with his person than his party's acronym. First, win the elections. Second, add more seats to the whole left. Third, obtain sufficient majority to allow him to govern either alone or with the assistance of Ciudadanos.

The orange scandal in regional elections preceding the Andalusian ones (Madrid y Castilla y Leon), and Vox's condition of entering the government in order to support Moreno’s investiture, exactly as he did in Castilla y Leon put during the campaign a possible pact between this formation and the PP in the centre of the discussions.

The debate fed mainly by the PSOE made the popular candidate feel uncomfortable. The antidote quickly emerged. The PP appealed to the useful vote, while the PP continued to nod to the progressive voting ground. Vox should be in the government. Voters who don't want that should vote for Moreno. Tonight will resolve the mystery of whether Vox's use of the useful vote was heard in the electorate. Also, whether the PP was right not to pay attention to votes that could have been escaping its right to attract voters. centrist, or even centre-left.

They were indignant at this strategy during the PSOE. They arrive at the election in an unusual position, that of opposition and with polls that show them as certain losers. In recent days, appeals to socialism and warnings about the events of ten years ago have been made. They also started behind the polls in 2012 and were able to govern after Javier Arenas's insufficient victory.

Vox showed a strong commitment to Andalusia by bringing Macarena Olona (one of its most projected leaders), who however, was not part of a regular campaign. After faltering in her first debate, she didn't offer a solo rally and polls started to show that the expected growth was slowing down. However, the goal to enter San Telmo is not a possibility. Vox leaders have repeatedly warned that Moreno's investiture is a must if they are to be successful.

The PSOE space to the left goes to the polls with the slab that it divides and the risk that its soup of acronyms confuses its voters. Andalusia felt the energy boost that YolandaDiaz gave him during the final days of the campaign. His objective, if the progressive seats add, is to duplicate the socialist government formula in Andalusia as well as the forces to his right. This is exactly the difference between them and Teresa Rodriguez. Teresa Rodriguez kept the name Adelante Andalucia after the 2018 experience. She now claims a left-wing Andalusianism but doesn't want to be part of a government with PSOE.

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