Pilkada is one of the manifestations of the implementation of the people's sovereignty in the administration of government. People are given the right to be active in determining their leaders. But this time the country is in two difficult choices, where the simultaneous regional elections which will be held on December 9, 2020 are reaping rejection, considering that Indonesia's condition, which is still hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, has an impact on the safety of the Indonesian people, and on the other hand the country must carry out the constitutional mandate so that the wheels of government keep going. The purpose of this study is to see the views of qawaid fiqhiyyah regarding the implementation of simultaneous regional elections during a pandemic. This research uses normative legal methods that are qualitative in nature and extracted from literature sources (library research) related to the object of research, as well as using a descriptive-normative approach. The research results show that the impact of simultaneous regional elections during the Covid-19 pandemic is very risky, considering that there are millions of people who will be exposed to COVID-19, so the agreement to reject harm must take precedence by returning the simultaneous regional elections for the sake of the soul (Hifdz An- Nafs) of the Indonesian people on the basis of the principle of "Refusing to take advantage first" and the rule of fiqh "If there are two opposing damages, then the one who is concerned is the greater the danger by doing the less dangerous".