Macarena Ripamonti won the primaries and will be a candidate for mayor for the FA

Macarena Ripamonti (29) degree in Legal Sciences, researcher at the Center for Political and Constitutional Studies of Valparaíso, was the letter of Democratic Revolution to compete in the primaries for mayor of Viña del Mar.

According to the Servel data, with a total of 455 out of 456 polls scrutinized, Ripamonti obtained 4,843 votes, corresponding to 64.58%.

While, Nicolas Guzman (Liberal Party) reached 17.03% with 1,277 votes and Alejandro Aguilera (Social Convergence) 18.39% with 1,379 votes.

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For the same reason, the RD militant maintained that “We just won a primary in the middle of a pandemic, in the midst of an institutional crisis where the system fell apart completely, in the midst of all a madness where all the people suspect and what we came to do is give hope ”.

Likewise, Ripamonti accused that his campaign “It is a project of the Broad Front, of the Democratic Revolution, but also from grassroots people, from members of other parties, from people who have never been a member, but are in the neighborhoods and hope to do something better ”.

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The candidate’s goal is to reach the municipality led by Virginia Reginato (UDI) since 2004 to “show people that ordinary people have every right and opportunity to lead a political project in the commune where they were born ”.

Finally, he called to continue working to “win in April, beat whoever, beat who did not want to do primaries, who did not want to compete with us ”.

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