Now that the past results of the elections held on Sunday June 4 in Adomex seem to award the governorship of the entity to Delfina Gómez Álvarez, it is confirmed that Mexican voters aspire to a historic change that involves replacing the old PRI structures Which is supremacy monopoly. Has been since 94 years.
This fact represents a milestone for the State of Mexico, but it is also an important link in the history of equity that the country is trying to build, because with the election of Delfina Gómez there are currently 10 women who have been elected to the Mexican National Congress. Inside are the heads of state governments. Republic.
a historic moment for women
Last Sunday’s democratic exercise will also go down in history as it was the first electoral process in which electoral officials demanded that political parties adhere to principles of equality, for which they demanded that institutions equally open to women and men, not just governorships. The case of, but also in Congress.
10 women who ruled the states of Mexico
State of Mexico – Delfina Gomez Alvarez
Teacher Delfina Gomez was placed as virtual governor of the State of Mexico. This is the second time Delfina Gomez has competed for Adomex, as she signed up to compete in 2017, however, that time the results gave the victory to Alfredo Del Mazo of PRI.
Aguscalientes – Teresa Jimenez
National Action’s María Teresa Jiménez Esquivel was elected as governor of the state of Aguascalientes in the 2022 elections, and took office on October 1 of that year. All this, after defeating Nora Ruvalcaba de Murray.
Baja California – Marina del Pilar Avila
In the 2021 elections, Baja California renewed its governorship on a day that nominated two women. The winner of this election was Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda from Morena on 1 November.
Campeche – Leda Sansores San Roman
Morenista came into office as governor on September 16, 2021, and will remain there until September 15, 2027. He won the election on his fourth attempt, but the city’s congress had to request a license to leave the office of Álvaro Obregón as mayor of Mexico.
Mexico City – Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo
He arrived at the Mexico City headquarters on December 5, 2018, and will end his term on October 4, 2024. The candidates with whom he fought for the position were Alejandra Barrales, Mikel Arriola, Mariana Boy, Purificio Carpintero, Marco Rascón and Lorraine. Osorneo. His victory coincided with the election victory of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Chihuahua – Maria Eugenia Campos
Panista won in 2021 by ousting Juan Carlos Loera de la Rosa. He became the Governor on September 8, 2021 and his term will end on September 7, 2027.
Colima – Indira Vizcaino Silva
In 2021, Morenista won the election with 32.9% of the votes against Melli Romero from the ‘Va por Colima’ coalition. She is also the youngest State President in office. Borrowed on November 1, 2021 and will remain in the state till October 31, 2027.
Warrior – Evelyn Salgado
Salgado Pineda replaced his father, Félix Salgado Macedonio, after the Electoral Tribunal decided to nullify his candidacy due to irregularities in his pre-campaign controls and involvement in allegations of sexual abuse. The brunette aspirant earned the victory over Mario Moreno Arcos.
Quintana Roo – Mara Lezama
María Elena Hermelinda Lejama Espinosa was part of the wave of Morenista victories that occurred in June 2022, when she triumphed over Laura Fernández Piña and José Luis Pech in the governor’s race.
Tlaxcala – Lorena Cuellar Cisneros
He reached the post of governor on 31 August 2021 and will end with Morena party on 30 August 2027. Behind him in the poll were Anabel Avalos Zempoalteca and Juan Carlos Sánchez García.