Pedro Sánchez will seek an undecided vote in the Community | ALICANTE PRESS

This is a first-person campaign in which Pedro Sánchez will star in 24 events, will pass through thirteen of the seventeen autonomous communities (all except Castilla y León, Aragon, La Rioja and Murcia) and will travel more than 15,000 kilometers among 30,000 posters, banners and other supports with the slogan “Make it pass” on the photograph of his face.

The itinerary It includes the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands and hardly foresees events in Madrid, where its only closed rally is the last day of the campaign, April 26, before the main closing ceremony, which will be in Valencia.

The start will be in Dos Hermanas (Seville) with a double act on Thursday the 11th, after which it will travel to Castellón (Friday 12), Santa Cruz de Tenerife and La Gomera (Saturday 13), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and La Palma ( Sunday 14), Vigo (Tuesday 16), Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca (Wednesday 17), Lleida, Tarragona and Badalona (Thursday 18), Navarra, Guipúzcoa, Cantabria (Thursday 19), Alicante (Friday 20), Badajoz and Asturias (Wednesday 24), Granada and Barcelona (Thursday 25) and Toledo, Madrid and Valencia (Friday 26).

Catalonia -with events in Lleida, Tarragona, Badalona and Barcelona- and the Community Valencian -with rallies in its three provinces: Castellón, Alicante and Valencia- are the two communities that Sánchez will visit the most during the campaign, in addition to the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands and Andalusia.

In his journey Sánchez prima provinces in which, according to his calculations, he is “about” to get one more deputy, such as Granada and Guipúzcoa, according to socialist sources.

About forty provinces have visited the president in the long pre-campaign that began in January in Barcelona and in which he has repeated events in Madrid and Seville.

He has also been to Burgos, Las Palmas, Murcia, Valencia, Zaragoza, Barakaldo (Vizcaya), Santander, Mérida, Granada, Ávila, Vitoria, Ciudad Real, Valladolid, Coruña, Gijón, Logroño, Pamplona, ​​Alicante, Málaga, Salamanca, Zamora , Almería, Jaén, Córdoba, Tarragona, Cáceres, Huelva, Toledo, Jerez, Zaragoza, Palencia and this Tuesday in León.

In addition to Sánchez’s itinerary, the PSOE has planned numerous meetings for Vice President Carmen Calvo (number two in Madrid); the Deputy Secretary General, Adriana Lastra (Asturias); the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, head of the list for Seville who will open the campaign with him in Dos Hermanas; the Interior Minister, Fernando Grande-Marlaska (number one for Cádiz); that of Development, José Luis Ábalos (Valencia); and that of Public Administrations, Meritxell Batet (Barcelona).

According to sources from the Electoral Committee, none of the planned events exceeds 2,000 people in capacity and in them the socialist candidate will explain his country project, what he has done in his months in office and what he will do in the next four years.