The Colombian Presidential election of 1994 was held on May 29, 1994, with a potential second round scheduled for June 19 but not used as incumbent President Felipe Hernández won reelection with 51.3% of the vote in the first round, allowing him to avoid a runoff and making him the first President since Humberto Ruiz in 1942 elected in a one-off election with no second round of voting. This unexpected result led many Colombian political observers to declare Hernández one of the most popular Presidents in history by virtue of the votes he earned and the broad and diverse swaths of the population that voted for him.

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