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Official preliminary results grant victory to Claudia Sheinbaum

According to the National Electoral Institute, the candidate from the same party as López Obrador so far has 59,84% of the votes

The candidate for the presidency of Mexico for the Morena party, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, won the elections held this Sunday with 59,84 percent of the valid votes cast, according to the preliminary official results released by the National Electoral Institute (INE), so he will govern for a period of six years.

After 59,84 percent of the installed polling stations have been counted, Sheinbaum Pardo obtains 166.160 votes.

Next are Bertha Xóchitl Gálvez Ruíz (National Action Party), with 28.79 percent (79.939 votes), and Jorge Álvarez Máynez, from the Citizen Movement with 8.66 percent (24.063). 

The election day had 57.79 percent citizen participation.

This Sunday's day passed calmly and without major incidents. In a message to the country at the end of the elections, the INE thanked the participation and effort of the Mexican people throughout the day, Telesur reports.

“I want to express my deepest gratitude to each of the citizens who are actively participating in this process. Their dedication and effort are fundamental for our democracy to function,” highlighted the Presidential Counselor of the INE, Guadalupe Taddei Zavala.

For líder national of the Mexican Morena party, Mario Delgado, Sheinbaum's victory represents an unfulfilled victory for many Mexican grandmothers and, for the people of the Aztec country, it means "a leap towards complementarity and balance, closing the mouth of a tiny moral opposition and politically.”

“Today sovereignty, independence and democracy have also triumphed. The people have shown that they should not be fooled by hate campaigns or lies, the votes defeated the bots,” she stressed.

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