The National Action, Institutional Revolutionary and Democratic Revolution parties will contest in coalition for the governorships of Aguascalientes, Durango, Hidalgo and Tamaulipas, to be disputed next year.
The Coalition Goes for Mexico, reported its national presidents, the PAN Marko Cortés Mendoza, the PRI Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas and the PRD Jesús Zambrano Grijalva, failed to agree to go in an alliance also, in 2022, by the governments of Oaxaca and Quintana Roo.
“We have been talking to the national leaderships of the three parties regarding the 2022 electoral process, and we have already advanced a lot together with our local leaderships and we have agreed to go together in some form of electoral alliance, coalition or common candidacy in for now four states, of the six that will be in dispute next year, “said Cortés Mendoza at a joint press conference.
The coalition candidates for governors will have to be selected, the three explained, exploring different methods, including polls and talking with citizens to find out their feelings.
The intention is to seek agreements that guarantee the competitiveness and electoral profitability of the coalition, as well as to build solid government platforms, Moreno Cárdenas said.
“The most important thing is that the candidate who goes for the coalition represents the entire coalition, and the PAN, PRI, PRD and society will be there, to build firm platforms that make us win their trust and that also contrast and see that Morena is a tragedy for this country, “said Moreno Cárdenas.
It is clear that those who will make up the electoral coalition Goes for Mexico, said the PAN, agreed with the purpose of ending the bad governments headed by Morena.
“We have agreed to move forward in these states and prevent the bad government from coming, invade and destroy the advances in these states.”
In his turn, Zambrano Grijalva affirmed that the coalition was formed not by lack of own candidates in each party, but on the contrary; “The three parties have candidate proposals.”
The coalition, he added, will not only be between three parties only, but above all with citizens and social organizations.
At the press conference where the coalition agreement was reported, Carolina Viggiano, secretary general of the PRI, declared herself ready to run, as a coalition candidate, for the government of her native Hidalgo; Cortés Mendoza clarified that the coalition’s candidacy for that state will be defined in due course.
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