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Morena is poised to win 7 state governments, in line with fast counts

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Morena is poised to win 7 state governments, in line with fast counts

The alliance led by the Morena ruling social gathering is poised to safe victory in seven out of 9 state governments that have been contested within the current elections in Mexico, in line with preliminary outcomes from fast counts launched in every area. The Morena, Labor Party, and Green Ecologist Party coalition is anticipated to retain management of Chiapas, Mexico City, Morelos, Puebla, Tabasco, Veracruz, and Yucatán.

In the remaining two states, the opposition alliance of National Action, Institutional Revolutionary, and Democratic Revolution events is about to win Guanajuato, whereas Movimiento Ciudadano is projected to take Jalisco.

In Chiapas, Morena candidate Eduardo Ramírez is reported to have secured between 79.0 and 82.6% of the votes, considerably surpassing opponents Olga Luz Espinosa and Karla Irasema Muñoz. In Mexico City, Morena’s Clara Brugada is main with between 49 and 52.8% of the vote.

In Guanajuato, the alliance of PAN, PRI, and PRD candidate Libia García is within the lead with between 49.9 and 52.6%, adopted by Morena’s Alma Alcaraz and Citizen Movement’s Yulma Rocha. Movimiento Ciudadano is projected to win in Jalisco, with candidate Jesús Pablo Lemus main within the polls.

Additional victories for Morena have been reported in Morelos, Puebla, Tabasco, Veracruz, and Yucatán. The official outcomes are anticipated to be introduced this week following district counts and potential challenges from dissatisfied candidates.

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