Federal District of Mexico head of government election, 2012

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The 2012 election for 7th Head of Government of the Federal District in Mexico was held on Sunday, July 1, 2012.[1] Outgoing Head of Government Marcelo Ebrard, who has held the office since 2006, of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) is term-limited and may not seek re-election.

The Federal District head of government election coincides with the 2012 Mexican presidential and general elections.


Party/Coalition Candidates Votes
PRD logo (Mexico).svg PT Party (Mexico).svg Movimiento Ciudadano.svg Movimiento Progresista coalition
**Party of the Democratic Revolution
**Labor Party
**Citizens' Movement
Miguel Ángel Mancera in 2012.jpg Miguel Ángel Mancera 3,028,704 63.56%
PRI Party (Mexico).svg PVE Party (Mexico).svg Compromiso por México coalition
**Institutional Revolutionary Party
**Ecologist Green Party of Mexico
Beatriz Paredes en 2010.jpg Beatriz Paredes Rangel 941,139 19.75%
PAN (Mexico).svg National Action Party Isabel Miranda de Wallace.jpg Isabel Miranda de Wallace 648,856 13.62%
Nueva alianza.png New Alliance Party[2]
Rosario Guerra Díaz 58,648 1.23%


  1. ^ Keller, Mark (2012-06-14). "Election Guide: Mexico's 2012 Vote". Americas Society. Retrieved 2012-06-30. 
  2. ^ "No habrá coalición con Nueva Alianza en 2012: Joaquín Coldwell". Milenio. 2012-01-20. Retrieved 2012-01-12.