The Infobae portal reported that the electoral ballot in the so-called “largest election in history” was also filled with nearly two dozen figures from the world of national entertainment and entertainment, who competed for a popularly elected position.
However, the vast majority of them did not use their fame to achieve their mission, and thanks to a political career or purely improvisation, many celebrities were left with the desire to occupy the position of a citizen in this period.
By counting the votes of candidates for Representatives, mayors, or conservatives in the 2021 election, the Preliminary Election Results Program (PREP) produced preliminary results that, while not definitive, represent a rough approximation of voter preferences.
Representative Alfredo Adams from the Social Networks Progressive Party (RSP) sought to delegate to the 14th district of the mayor’s office of Tlalpan, however, with more than 94.87% of the tally lists, the controversial actor added only 1,119 votes, becoming the last place in his contest with participation 0.75%. Adame was defeated by his ex-wife’s sister, actress Rossio Bankwells, who was victorious under the banner of the PRI-PAN and PRD alliance.
Former Miss Universe Lupita Jones ran for governor of Baja California with the PRI-PAN-PRD “Va por México” coalition, but before the election, the PRI withdrew its support. In the end, he scored 95,578 votes, taking third place after Marina del Pilar Avila de Morena, and Jorge Hank of PES.
Mexican fighter Manuel Leal Navarro, better known as Tineblas Jr., has been fired as a candidate for mayor of Mexico City Venustiano Carranza, along with the RSP. At the present time, he received 1,842 votes, equivalent to 0.8% of the participation.
Driver “Pato” Zambrano requested a local delegate in District 3 of Nuevo Leon, along with PRD and PRI. She took second place with 27.58% of the vote against PAN player Mirna Grimaldo.
Jose’s son Jose, also singer Jose Joel, looked for a delegation from PES in District 5 in Mexico City. He added 1,917 votes with just 1.43%, losing to Jesus Cesma, the Morena, PT and PVEM nominee, who received 51,591 votes.
According to the accounting at that time, Belinda’s brother, Ignacio Peregrine, also lost in the competition in Mexico City as a candidate for federal deputy for the 15th district of Benito Juárez, in which he participated along with the Morena-Party coalition. – PVEM. It was Luis Alberto Mendoza, the candidate of the PRI-PAN-PRD party, who was ahead of him in the first place. “Nachito” received 51 thousand and 99 votes, while his opponent received 170 thousand and 721 votes.
Actor and former football player Arturo Carmona ran as a candidate for federal deputy for the Constitutional Revolutionary Party in the 11th district of Guadalupe Nuevo Leon. He currently has 24.1% of the vote, which puts him in second place after Pedro Garza, the candidate of the Labor Party.
Francisco Martinez Ventura, better known as “Lady Taco de Canasta,” also sought to create a local council in Mexico City for the “Choice” party, which would lose its registration. Accumulated 1,433 votes with 1.05%
For her part, Francesca Viveros Baradas, the popular Paquita from the neighbourhood, received 12,816 votes at the interval at 2:00 pm with a lead of 97.59%. Paqueta sought to establish herself as a local MP in Misantla, Veracruz for the Citizens’ Movement, receiving 9.55% of the vote in which Othon Hernandez, candidate of the PRI-PAN-PRD coalition was elected.
Vicente Fernández Jr. competed. In the 20th arrondissement of Tonalá, Jalisco, on a local council with PES. Despite a sporadic campaign, the “Mexican Kardashian” friend received 1.5% of the vote, which is 1,663.
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