Saltillo, Koh. This Sunday, 94 years of PRI rule are at stake in the government of Coahuila, one of the leading states of the Mexican Revolution and Industrial Age. Murray would try to wrest power from the Moreira clan; However, disputes between the forces of the Fourth Change—Cherry Party, PT and PVEM—did not contribute to total unity around businessman Armando Guadiana, Morenista standard bearer.
Morena entered state politics in 2012 with 3 percent of the vote. Five years later, he applied for Guadiana and increased the preference to 12.21 percent, placing him third.
That year, the PRI with Miguel Ángel Riquelme won, receiving 34.06 percent of the vote. Today’s tricolor Champion Manolo Jiménez Salinas, joining hands with the PAN, which has ceased to be its historical enemy, and with the PRD, which has been pulling the loss of registration for some time in the unit.
The campaign spending limit is eight times lower than that of the State of Mexico. Means 56 million 540 thousand 66.59 pesos against 448 million. Statewide, the ceiling rose by about 34 percent. In 2017 it was 19 lakh 242 thousand pesos.
The elections will come amid complaints from Morena for alleged harassment by the state police. Deputy Armando Contreras alleged that his militants have been detained at various checkpoints “on the grounds that they are in suspicious vehicles.”
He indicated that Morena’s advisor Josue Salazar was threatened, as was Jaime Adame Vega, who is “a cousin of the local deputy’s candidate from San Pedro.” And Manolo López, he said, “has been detained since Friday for a car violation in the Duranguena neighborhood in Torreón.”
The government’s social communication reported that he was arrested because “he was carrying a knife and was disturbing public order.”
State representative Tanech Sánchez also denounced that elements of the elite police detained him along with Jesús Venegas. “They handcuffed us, got into a patrol car and drove to a municipal parking lot. Two of those policemen took my truck and inspected it.
“They interrogated me in broad daylight. They told me that they have recognized me, they know where I live and I have bought votes. After two and a half hours – around 2:00 am – they released me.”
Murray considers Torreón, Matamoros, San Pedro and Saltillo to be red lights. He registered 350 observers and assured that they would have coverage in about 4,000 polling stations to be set up in 38 municipalities.
The PRI hopes, especially the Moreira clan—with former governors Humberto and Ruben—to win.
in itself, but tricolor Having a local executive will not be enough. His hard vote is 400,000 and he needs at least 300,000 more to reach the historic vote to win the election. In 2017, its ally, the PAN, received 388,000 votes, and the PRD received 21,000 more votes.
Away from the national leadership of the parties that nominated him, Ricardo Mejia Berdeja and Lenin Pérez Rivera remain in the running.
After the PT withdrew its support, Mejia retained the support of the local representatives of Morena. In 2017, PT lost the record by getting only 19,000 votes.
Pérez Rivera, who has lost the support of PVEM, continues as a standard-bearer for the state party Unidad Democrática de Coahuila.