The party window has been open since March 5th , a period in which councilors with a mandate and who intend to seek re-election or run for the executive can freely change political parties. The window extends until April 3rd, exactly 6 months before the election, when the party affiliation period also ends for all people who intend to run for office in the 2020 elections. Choosing the acronym for the electoral dispute is one of the most important decisions that the pre-candidate needs to make . I have seen many candidates choose the party they will run for in the 2020 elections based on the popularity of other politicians or imagining a repeat of the 2018 electoral scenario.
It is important to consider that each election is unique and tells its own story. What worked in other elections may not work this year. The municipal election is closer to the voter, it is focused on everyday problems, on local issues. Think europe mobile number list about it. Choosing the acronym for the electoral dispute is one of the most important decisions that the pre-candidate needs to make. Choosing the acronym for the electoral dispute is one of the most important decisions that the pre-candidate needs to make. To choose the party that will contest the elections, take some important factors into consideration: 1 – Ideological identification. What is your ideology? Are you a social democrat? Liberal? Conservative? Left or right? Do you defend traditional family values or diversity? Evaluate these issues and look for a party aligned with your ideology.
It seems obvious, but many politicians leave ideological issues aside in exchange for electoral promises. And, during the campaign, they realize that their electorate does not identify with the party they chose. Former mayor of São Paulo Marta Suplicy left the PT for the MDB (PMDB at the time) with the promise of space and support from the party to run again for the city's mayorship. Marta abandoned her decades-old ideological identification with the PT militancy and embarked on a party that had taken a major conservative turn in the last 20 years and was coming from a recent “noise” with her previous party.
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