The businessman Rafael Espino registered as Morena’s candidate to compete for the governorship of Chihuahua in the country’s federal elections for 2021.
The Chihuahuan, who keeps his career in business in the health sector, was accompanied by the delegate in Chihuahua, José Ramón Enríquez, to the party’s national headquarters to present the necessary documentation for registration.
“Politics is too important to be left to the usual; That is why today I made the decision to register as Morena’s candidate for governor ”, declared Espino De la Peña,“ it will be an honor to continue working with honesty and integrity for and for all Chihuahuas ”.
In the entity, according to the National Electoral Institute (INE), 882 public offices will be elected, divided as follows: a governor’s office, 22 councils with a relative majority and 11 more by popular representation, 67 syndicates, 67 municipal presidencies and 714 regidurías.
“(Chihuahua) is caught between politicking and personal agendas, while our economy is stagnant and our health system collapsed,” said the Mexican businessman, “our reality is far from what we are destined to be: the great state of Mexico”.
So far, the INE has not yet given the exact date to start the pre-campaigns in the entity; However, it is estimated that from April 4 to June 2, 2021, the campaign for governor will be carried out and from April 29 to June 2, the campaign for councils and municipalities.
Meanwhile, the pre-campaign for councils and municipalities does not have a defined date either. Morena’s candidates for gubernatorial elections were registered between December 4 and 5 at the party’s national headquarters until 6 p.m. this Saturday.
Meanwhile, the party’s national leader, Mario Delgado, pointed out that until 4:30 p.m. 88 candidates had been registered to compete for the governorship of the states of: Chihuahua, Campeche, Michoacán, Nayarit, Querétaro, Sinaloa, Tlaxcala, Zacatecas. Of which 53 are women and 35 men.
“Only Morena dares to have an open process and put the decision of who will be our candidates and candidates in the hands of the people, through the polls,” he stressed.