Mexican states elections, 2013

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Elections in some states in Mexico were held on July 7, 2013. Only 14 states held elections, with the other 17 states and the Federal District not holding elections.[1]

Elections[edit]

Aguascalientes[edit]

There were elections for 11 mayors and 18 local councillors.

Baja California[edit]

There were elections for the governor, 5 mayors and 25 councillors.

The PAN candidate, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid narrowly defeated PRI candidate Fernando Castro Trenti, and became the next governor of Baja California.[2] The election count was temporarily halted after local officials believed there was an error with an counting algorithm.[3]

Chihuahua[edit]

There were elections for 67 mayors and 33 councillors.

Coahuila[edit]

There were elections for 38 mayors in all municipalities.

Durango[edit]

There were elections for 39 mayors and 30 councillors.

Hidalgo[edit]

There were elections for 30 mayors.

Oaxaca[edit]

There were elections for 570 mayors and 42 councillors.

Puebla[edit]

There were elections for 217 mayors and 41 councillors.

Quintana Roo[edit]

There were elections for 10 mayors and 25 councillors.

Sinaloa[edit]

There were elections for 18 mayors and 40 councillors.

Tamaulipas[edit]

There were elections for 43 mayors and 436 councillors.

Tlaxcala[edit]

There were elections for 60 mayors, 32 councillors, and 391 presidents of communities.

Veracruz[edit]

There were elections for 212 mayors and 50 councillors.

Zacatecas[edit]

There were elections for 58 mayors and 30 councillors.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mapa electoral 2013: México celebrará comicios en 14 estados | Red Política - El Universal". www.redpolitica.mx. Retrieved 2016-12-04. 
  2. ^ Wilkinson, Tracy (2013-07-14). "Francisco Vega officially wins Baja California governor's race". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2016-12-04. 
  3. ^ Wilkinson, Tracy (2013-07-08). "Some in Mexico smell a rat as vote count halted in Baja California". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2016-12-04.