The first data from Preliminary Election Results Program (PREP) of the National Electoral Institute (OTHER), point out that the winner of the governorship of Baja California is Marina del Pilar Avila, candidate of the National Regeneration Movement (Brunette).
So far, the brunette aspirant has a 49.5% advantage, in second is Jorge Hank Rhon, candidate of the Social Encounter Party (PES) with a 24.5% preference; being Maria Guadalupe Jones Garay, candidate of the alliance Going for Mexico (PAN-PRI-PRD), who occupies the third place with only 11.7% of the votes.
It should be noted that these data may vary as the hours go by and more information about the boxes accounted for in the entity is entered into the system.
Information in progress.
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