Two important media outlets in the province of Mendoza anticipated this Sunday that the radical candidate Alfredo Cornejo He won the elections and will be the governor’s successor Rodolfo Suarez. In the local press there is talk of a difference of around 10 points with respect to its main adversary, Omar de Marchi.
“Alfredo Cornejo is the new governor of Mendoza“, the local newspaper MDZ headlined on its front page, highlighting that whoever was governor between 2015 and 2019 “returns to the Government”, before the Electoral Board began to disseminate the first official data.
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“The trend in the provisional count indicates that there is a difference of about 9 points between the Cambia Mendoza candidate and Omar De Marchifrom the Mendocina Union,” said MDZ. “Omar De Marchi “He made a very good choice and will have important political capital,” the portal added.
The media highlights that Cambia Mendoza’s victory in the general elections was “also driven by the push of the mayors of Greater Mendoza.” In addition, he made reference to the “catastrophic result” that Peronism achieved.
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Around 8 p.m., the portal The Andes He also informed the leader of Together for Change as the winner. In the title of its cover, the site stated: “Cambia Mendoza celebrates: Cornel according to his measurements, he won by more than 10 points and national leaders arrived.
The Andes speaks to an even wider difference between Cornel y From Brands that “it would even reach 13 points,” the media stated, in which it was noted that the radical mayors of the interior of Mendoza “also had victories against the opposition.”
Final scrutiny in Mendoza
As more unofficial data on the results of the Mendoza elections are disseminated, more and more national leaders are approaching the Cambia Mendoza bunker to accompany Cornel. Patricia Bullrich He has already arrived in the province although he has not yet gone out to speak in public.
The Electoral Board reported that approximately 71% of the electoral roll attended to vote. The official results are expected to be known around 10 p.m.
“At the same time, we inform that the results of the 2023 General Elections can be viewed at the following link: results.mendoza.gov.ar. They will be visible when 30% of the scrutiny of all departments is completed,” the agency reported.
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