On the night of Sunday, June 4, the Electoral Institute of Coahuila and the State of Mexico will start the checking and counting process to publicize the preliminary results through a quick count of the in-charge of each polling place, AS Mexico we will tell you in a few more days How to consult the first results by the municipality for the official count to be announced.
What is PREP in the 2023 Mexico Election?
The National Electoral Institute (INE) explained that PREP is a system that provides citizens with the preliminary results of an election by capturing and publishing data collected by polling station officials according to vote count records . Count of Electoral Booths received at each of the Data Collection and Dissemination Centers (CATDs).
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Important! The PREP system publishes the preliminary results of the election in real time via the Internet during the night of the day the election day was held, as it is considered in the common law of electoral institutions and procedures.
Where to consult the results by municipalities?
When will the official results be released?
The National Electoral Institute (INE) reported that the official results could be given by the following Wednesday, 7 June of the current year, after the bodies involved have carried out the district calculations in the best way, Likewise, declaring the validity of the elections, it All, if there are no obstacles to chase.
How to report an electoral crime?
The Electoral Institute of the State of Mexico (IEEM) reported that for the 2023 elections, citizens who are victims or witnesses of electoral crime must report to the Special Prosecutor for Electoral Crimes of the Entity (Adomex or Coahuila) and for this they will pay You can call the telephone numbers 722-167-3240 or 722-167-3250, as well as 722-213-0746. Another option is to send an email to the address: email@example.com .mx.
Adomex and Coahuila 2023 Election Day Calendar
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