Colima Democratic Association

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Colima Democratic Association
Asociación por la Democracia Colimense, Partido Político Estatal
Founded 2002
Headquarters Mexico City
Ideology Democracy
Colours Green
Politics of Mexico
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The Colima Democratic Association (Spanish: Asociación por la Democracia Colimense, Partido Político Estatal, ADC) is a political party from the State of Colima, Mexico.

Carlos Vázquez Oldenbourg together with other politicians from Colima founded the ADC in 2002; the party was officially established in 2003 when it received its official registration as a political party from Colima.

On the 2003 Colima state election the ADC won a seat in the Congress of Colima; On the 2003 extraordinary election the ADC joined forces with the National Action Party (PAN) and the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) in an unusual alliance between the PAN-PRD and the ADC named Alianza Todos por Colima supporting candidate Antonio Morales de la Peña who lost against Gustavo Vázquez Montes.