This morning the candidates of the Futuro Jalisco political party were presented to the mayoralties and councils of the Guadalajara metropolitan area, among which the former local deputy and candidate to the Senate, Pedro Kumamoto, who will now seek to run for the Municipal presidency of Zapopan, stands out.
For Guadalajara the candidate will be Dolores Pérez; in Tlaquepaque, Jorge Montoya; by Tlajomulco, Tania Rosemary; by Tonalá, Enrique Diaz; The candidate for El Salto is Francisco Rodríguez and Josab Balero; Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, Janet González.
Districts 4, Erick Ochoa and Jaime Orellana; District 6, Daniela Sánchez and Lucía Almaraz; District 7 Rafaela Ávalos; District 8 Luis Govea and Lourdes Toussaint; District 9, Melany Torres; District 10, Susana Ochoa; District 11, Jacqueline Peregrino and Javier Gallo; District 12, Luis Ángel Oseguera Emanuel Arriero; District 13, María José Zazueta; District 14, Miguel García, Mariana Casillas and Alondra Navarro; District 16, Daniela Chávez, District 20, Arquímedes Flores.
Susana de la Rosa, president of the Party, said that much needs to be done and the current governments have fallen short.
“It is time for us to regain control and strength of the public, we are here to put people at the center of politics and democracy”, said
He added that bringing new voices to Congress will allow for the construction of institutions that serve people and not power groups.