According to data from the Preliminary Electoral Results Program (PREP), 47.2 million votes were registered during the June 6th election, which meant the participation of 52.67% of the people that make up the country’s nominal list.
In the case of PAN, it won 33 districts, with 3.7 million votes; PRI obtained 11 districts (2.6 million votes), Morena obtained 64 districts (6.3 million votes). Meanwhile, an alliance made up of PAN, PRI, PRD, won a total of 65 districts, while the coalition made up of Morena, PT, and Morena a total of 119 councils.
¡Seguiremos siendo contrapeso en la @Mx_Diputados!— Juan C. Romero Hicks (@JCRomeroHicks) June 10, 2021
Nuestro agradecimiento a 55 mil 334 jóvenes, mujeres y hombres que nos dieron su voto y confianza. Tenemos una gran responsabilidad y trabajaremos para no fallar.
¡Representaremos a todo el distrito 04 de #Guanajuato! 🇲🇽✌🏼💙 pic.twitter.com/2MuePDVDlT
According to INE estimates, Morena would have between 190 and 203 seats; PAN between 106 and 117; PRI would have between 63 and 75; the PRD, 12 and 21; Verde Ecologista de México, 40 and 48; PT, 35 and 41; and Movimiento Ciudadano between 20 and 27.