At the court of the 23:00 hours, the Preliminary Election Results Program (PREP) released the voting trends issued in each of the 13,175 squares From Mexico City. It is worth mentioning that the program will continue feeding throughout the night until reaching 100 percent of the vote.
In this sense, the candidates who are outdoing competition in each of the 16 mayors of the CDMX are:
Lemon Bundle of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 61.8% (45,300 votes)
Margarita Saldaña Hernandez of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 42.9% (21,870 votes)
Santiago Taboada of the PAN, with 69.5% (47,325 votes)
Young Gutiérrez of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 53.4% (60,706 votes)
Adrian Ruvalcaba of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 77.7% (11,424 votes)
Sandra Cuevas Nieves of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 48.7% (9,377 votes)
Francisco Chiguil by Morena-PT, with 47.3% (33,518 votes)
Raúl Armando Quintero by Morena-PT, with 38.1% (13,455 votes)
Clara Brugada Molina placeholder image by Morena-PT, with 59.7% (82,833 votes)
Luis Gerardo Quijano of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 57.8% (9,438 votes)
Mauricio Tabe of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 66.9% (24,476 votes)
Judith Venegas by Morena-PT, with 42.1% (317 votes)
Alfa González Magallanes of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 43.6% (15,735 votes)
Berenice Hernández Calderón by Morena-PT, with 44.9% (8,244 votes)
Evelyn Parra Alvarez by Morena-PT, with 51.9% (19,032 votes)
Gabriel Del Monte Rosales of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition, with 40.7% (11,425 votes)
The 2021 Midterm Elections in Mexico City will have a new component for the first time: for the first time, mayors may be re-elected. Of the 16 in the capital, nine took that route and seek to stay in office again.
More information in development.