The Permanent Commissions of the Institutional Revolutionary Parties (PRI), National Action (PAN), and Democratic Revolution (PRD) defined their lists of multi-member candidates for federal senators and deputies, of which only two Chihuahuas are standing.
On the PRI side, former gubernatorial candidate Graciela Ortiz González appears in position number two on the list of multi-member federal deputies for the first constituency.
Meanwhile, for the National Action, the federal representative, Rocío González Alonso, appears in the fourth position on the list of many members who are federal representatives for the first constituency.
For its part, in the list of the PRD, no Chihuahuan appears in the proposal of that party.
In the lists released, the inclusions of party leaders Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas, Marko Cortés Mendoza, and Jesús Zambrano Grijalva stood out, as well as Ricardo Anaya Cortés, the former governor of Tamaulipas Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca, the current governor of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, and others.
According to the acronym agreed upon by PAN and PRI in the distribution of candidates for the Senate, the PRI has 13 entities that will lead the formulas of the Senate.
The PRI could reach around 20 seats by adding those that come through the multi-member route, which will depend on the percentage of votes the party achieves in favor of its list of candidates.
A multi-member constituency is a geographical area made up of a group of states that serves as the basis for the selection of 200 deputies and 32 senators who are elected through the principle of proportional representation.