Baja California 5th local district - 5.º distrito local de Baja California

Baja California 5th local district
Local electoral district
Distrito 5 BC Local.png
District head Mexicali
Entity Local electoral district
Country Mexican flag Mexico
State Baja California
Deputy Juan Manuel Molina Garcia Morena logo (Mexico).svg
Municipalities Mexicali

The 5th local electoral district of Baja California is one of the 17 electoral districts in which the territory of the state of Baja California is divided. Its head is Mexicali.

Since the 2015 redistricting process after the elections of 2019, it is located in the town of Mexicali, specifically the area west and south, covering towns like San Felipe .. [ 1 ]

Previous districts

Distriction 1953

Originally, the 5th district corresponded to the municipality of Tijuana .

Distriction 1962

In 1962, the district capital moved to the state capital, Mexicali. [ 2 ]

Distriction 1965

In 1968, the district was transferred to Ensenada.

Distriction 1968

Three years later, again part of the municipality of Mexicali, a place that would be its county seat until 2019. [ 3 ]

Elected deputies

Municipality Legislature Deputy Match
Tijuana I Genaro Castro Goshen PRI logo (Mexico).svg Institutional Revolutionary Party
II Guillermo Caballero Sosa
III Ignacio Corona Ruesga
Mexicali IV Carlos Enrique Ainslie Fimbres
Ensenada V Elpidio Berlanga de León
Mexicali WE Roberto Olivas Córdova
VII Rodolfo Fierro Marquez
VIII Salvador Solorio Aguilar
IX Rodolfo Solorio Alvarado
X Oscar Garzon Garate
XI Rodolfo Fierro Marquez
XII Ruben Tovar Carranza
XIII Gregorio Lara Guereña
XIV Rodolfo Fierro Marquez
XV Juan Jesus Algravez Uranga PAN logo (Mexico).svg National Action Party
XVI Sergio Avitia Nalda PRI logo (Mexico).svg Institutional Revolutionary Party
XVII Everardo Ramos Garcia
XVIII Guillermo Aldrete Haas
XIX Carlos Alonso Angulo Renteria New Alliance Party (Mexico) .svg New Alliance
XX Gregorio Carranza Hernandez
XXI Alberto Martinez Carrillo
XXII Andres de la Rosa Anaya PAN logo (Mexico).svg National Action Party
XXIII Juan Manuel Molina Garcia Morena logo (Mexico).svg National Regeneration Movement

See also

Baja California State Congress

References

  1. Redistricting in BC, until 2019. La Jornada, Baja California.
  2. «Official Newspaper of the State» . December 31, 1961 .
  3. «Composition of Legislatures» . 2016 . Archived from the original on February 14, 2019.