The Citizen Movement approved the list of candidates to be appointed by the principle of relative majority in the Senate of the Republic and the Chamber of Deputies in the elections of June 2.
Among the names, the sa Luis Donaldo Colosiomayor of Monterrey; Alejandra Barrales, who belongs to the PRD and ran for head of government in Mexico City; the activist Bryan LeBaron; and the racquetball athlete, Paola Longoria.
Who will go to the Senate for MC?
In the case of the Senate of the Republicsome of the approved candidates are: the architect Dulce María Dorantes for Campeche, and Alberto Esquer Gutiérrez and Mirza Flores Gómez for Jalisco.
In Guanajuato, Lupita Valenzuela Ríos, former rector of the Virtual University of the State of Guanajuato, will be a candidate for the Senate. He was accompanied by Magistrate Jorge Lerma Santillan.
In Michoacán the formula is made up of Carlos Herrera Tello and Michelle Garibay, while the approved profiles in Nayarit are Ignacio Flores and Julieta Mejía.
In Nuevo León, Luis Donaldo Colosio and Martha Patricia Herrera González make up the list. In the case of Sonora there is Ernesto de Lucas Hopkins and María Dolores Rosas Almada, and in Tabasco the formula is made up of Gerardo Gaudiano Rovirosa and María Leticia González Calcáneo. In Mexico City, Alejandra Barrales will run for the Senate.
And the Deputies?
In the case of federal deputies, some of the approved candidates are: Anayeli Muñoz for district 2 of Aguascalientes, Alejandra León Gastélum for district 1 with headquarters in Mexicali, Olga Zulema Adams Pereyra for district 9 with headquarters in Tecate, Armida Castro Guzmán for district 2 with the head of Los Cabos; as well as activist Bryan LeBaron for Chihauahua and multi-award-winning Racquetball athlete, Paola Longoria.
In Mexico City, the activist for the rights of trans women, Kenya Cuevas, will be nominated for federal representative. Juan Pablo Delgado Miranda, lawyer and specialist in public policy with experience in the protection of human rights, will be a candidate for federal deputy for the 3rd district of Guanajuato.
In Tamaulipas, the lawyer David Cordero, defender and legal advisor known in social networks as Lic. Dacor, will be a candidate for federal representative for the 8th district.