Manolo Jimenez ensured a historic election
The winning virtual candidate, Manolo Jimenez, used his social networks to thank civic participation in the vote, which he described as a historic contest.
“Thanks to the trust of the people of Coahuilas, we received a historic vote. This represents a great responsibility and commitment to our people. As a team with the citizens, we are taking Coahuila to the next level. Are.”
According to the PREP count, the standard bearer of the PRI, PRD and PAN coalition is ahead with 57% preference, followed by Armando Guadiana of Morena with 21%.
Quick Count vs PREP
The National Electoral Institute (INE) released the unit’s quick vote count results, which coincide with information from the Preliminary Electoral Results Program (PREP) for this 2023.
Graphically, both preliminary counts place Manolo Jimenez as the gubernatorial winner with 55.7% and 56.93%, respectively.
On the other hand, Morenista standard bearer Armando Guadiana is in second place with 19.9% and 21.48% preference.
PREP and INE Quick Count (Twitter/@INEMexico)
According to the Coahuila Electoral Institute (IEC), at 1:00 p.m. on June 5, the agency’s servers completed counting and recording all the minutes for election day, both for governor and for local congressional deputies and deputies’ votes. For .
The Governor of Coahuila, Miguel Ángel Riquelme, met with members of the regional technical subcommittee after the end of the electoral contest.
Through social networks, the still head of the federal executive indicated that work tables had recently been held to review how the elections were conducted, which were described as processes that were conducted peacefully and without shock. I went.
The governor of Coahuila spoke before the election (Twitter/@mrikelme)
In a press conference, Marco Cortés, the national leader of PAN, indicated this Monday that the “Va por México” coalition won a landslide victory in Coahuila, with Manolo Jimenez the winner.
In this sense, Cortes Mendoza assured that the alliance of PRI, PAN and PRD remains strong and united.
The PREP count indicated that the PRI, PAN and PRD coalition won 16 local councils that were also contested by PT, Movimiento Ciudadano, Morena and the Green Party.
The coordinator of PAN’s federal representative, Carolina Beauregard, celebrated the victory of Manolo Jiménez in Coahuila and attributed it to the coalition work of the PRI, PAN and PRD.
“Your victory is a balm that inspires those of us who believe that a better national project is possible”, said the deputy.
According to the PREP results, with 100% polling stations counted, Manolo Jiménez was placed as the virtual winner in the Coahuila elections, with 56.93% of the votes (76,624 in total).
The second place was occupied by Armando Guadiana (from Morena) with 21.48% of the votes, while Ricardo Mejia (from PT) received 13.30%, which is why he was placed last.
One lakh 302 thousand 075 votes had been counted till 09:35 am.
Based on the preliminary results, Manolo Jiménez, the standard bearer of the Citizens’ Alliance for Security, thanked the people of Coahuila for the virtual victory in the election. “As a team, society and government, we are going to do a great project to comply and produce good results,” he said on social networks.
Under this tenure, he called upon the public to create a new history in the unit. “Let us put all our heart and soul into making our state the best place in Mexico to live with our families,” said the future governor of Coahuila.
The standard bearer of the Citizens Alliance for Security thanked citizens for casting their vote and promised “good results” Credit: Twitter @manolojim
The governor of Queretaro, Mauricio Kuri, joined the opposition bloc’s congratulations addressed to Manolo Jimenez, as he emerged as the virtual winner of the elections in Coahuila.
“We prove once again that democracy is the best guarantee of our better future,” the PAN member said via his Twitter account.