Katie Putnam, The Mexico Institute’s Elections Guide, 7/3/2011
Data and charts from the Estimación de Resultados report by Mitofsky:
- The PRI swept in all three gubernatorial races.
- In the State of Mexico (first graph), the PRI candidate for governor, Eruviel Ávila Villegas, beat his closest competitor, the PRD’s Alejandro Encinas, by 40 percent, with a total of 64 percent of the vote.
- In Coahuila (second graph), the PRI candidate, Rubén Moreira, won the governorship with 62 percent of the vote. His closest rival, the PAN’s Guillermo Anaya Llamas, pulled 35 perent.
- In Nayarit (last graph), the PRI’s Roberto Sandoval Castañeda won with 47 percent of the vote, beating the PAN’s Martha Elena Garcia, who pulled 39 percent.
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