The Electoral Superior Court (TSE) Portal provides all information of the municipal election disputes of 2012 such as results statistics, candidates and electorate. In addition, it is possible to chart data by gender and age range, for example.
Nowadays, the registry of voters gathers 140,752,771 entries. Women are the majority: 73,260,559. Men, in turn, are 67,365,003. Most of voters are in the age range from 25 to 34 years old, which adds up to 33,359,607 voters. This portion corresponds to approximately 25% of the total number of voters.
For 2014 Elections, the Electoral Justice is making new registrations until May 7th of next year. However, voters from cities where the biometric registration (identification by means of digitals) is being applied should refer to the city's reregistration schedule. Voters who do not reregister shall have their voter's card cancelled, preventing them from having access to services such as loans from government banking institutions.
The Electoral Justice's goal is to be able to identify all voters by biometry on the municipal elections of 2018. In 2014, 23 million should already be identified by means of digitals. In 2012, more than 7.7 million voters already did so.
Click here to access the 2012 Elections statistics page