Between April 27 and May 10, the National Elections Institute sent out the ballot to exercise your vote at the address of those who registered.
During the month of May through June 3 at 8:00 a.m. CST, they will be able to cast their ballot and return it, in a sealed envelope, to the INES, which will count it on Election Day.
Chancellor Carla Humphrey reports that more than 400 Mexicans residing abroad who will serve as polling board officials will be responsible for receiving face-to-face voting for our compatriots in the four consular offices mentioned above.
“I would like to thank the more than 400 Mexicans who reside abroad, especially in these four consular offices where we will do this face-to-face exercise, and who have registered to be officers of the ballot board: as well as the 350 people we have registered to vote.”
In the state of Mexico, the term of the governor will be renewed, while in Coahuila, the population will elect, in addition to the governor, 25 local councils.
In both PRI-ruled states, more than 15 million citizens were called to attend.