Morena sweeps the election, and Sheinbaum is set to become Mexico’s first female president

4 June, 2024

With 84.35% of the votes counted, Claudia Sheinbaum, the candidate of the ruling coalition Seguimos Haciendo Historia (SHH, in Spanish), has been elected the next president of Mexico for the 2024-2030 term, currently securing 58.91% of the votes. Sheinbaum prevailed with a difference of almost 31 points compared to Xóchitl Gálvez, the candidate from the coalition Fuerza y Corazón por … Morena sweeps the election, and Sheinbaum is set to become Mexico’s first female ⇢


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