Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan) presidential primary, 2008

Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan) presidential primary, 2008
Democratic Progressive Party presidential primary, 2008

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April 19, 2007
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Nominee Hsieh Chang-ting Su Tseng-chang Yu Shyi-kun
Popular vote 62,851 46,997 22,213
Percentage 44.66% 33.40% 15.78%

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Nominee Lu Hsiu-lien
Popular vote 8,668
Percentage 6.16%

President before election

Chen Shui-bian

DPP presidential candidate-elect

Tsai Ing-wen

The 2008 Democratic Progressive Party presidential primarys was the selection process by which the Democratic Progressive Party of the Republic of China (Taiwan) chose its candidate for the 2008 presidential election. The DPP candidate for president was selected through a series of member of the party in Thursday, April 19, 2007.

Result

Candidate Votes Percentage
—— —— ——
Hsieh 62,851 .4466
Su 46,997 .3340
Yu 22,213 .1578
Lu 8,668 .0616

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