The current governor of State of Mexico, Alfredo Del Mazo, recognized the candidate Brunette, Delfina Gomez, cas her successor in office, after the quick count estimates were released.
“Today the people of Mexico, in an exercise of democratic participation, with absolute respect and freedom, chose who will lead the course of our state for the next six years,” he wrote on social networks.
“We recognize Maestra Delfina Gómez for her victory in this election and we wish her every success for the good of the State of Mexico,” he added.
According to the data from the quick count, received at 8:05 p.m., the Technical Advisory Committee of the Electoral Institute of the State of Mexico (IEMM), showed that Gómez could receive between 52.1% and 54.2% of the votes.
In turn, his opponent, Alejandra del Moral, representing the coalition It goes through the State of Mexico (PRI, PAN, PRD, NAEM) he would have received 43% to 45.1% of the vote.
This is based on 617 sample boxes of the 700 that make up the sample, which represent 88.1% of the total sample. For the quick count, there was information from 45 strata and there was a citizen participation of between 48.7% and 50.2%.
The quick count estimates the voting percentages for each of the candidates. In turn, the Preliminary Results Program (PREP), which began at 7:00 p.m., digitizes the results and the minutes resulting from the election are made public.
For its part, the district counts will be carried out uninterruptedly, starting on June 7. Polling stations in the State of Mexico closed at 6:00 p.m.