Baja California 9th local district - 9.º distrito local de Baja California

Baja California 9th local district
Local electoral district
Distrito 9 BC Local.png
District head Tijuana
Entity Local electoral district
Country Mexican flag Mexico
State Baja California
Deputy Carmén Leticia Hernández Carmona Morena logo (Mexico).svg
Subdivisions 136 sections
Municipalities Tijuana

The 9th 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 Tijuana.

Since the redistricting process of 2015, it is located in the urban area of ​​the city, it runs from the border with the United States and includes part of the municipal delegation Otay Centenario y Centro. [ 1 ]

Previous districts

Distriction 1962

In 1962 the 9th local district is created for the elections of that year. The district corresponded at that time to the municipality of Ensenada.

Distriction 1968

For the 1968 elections, the district moves to the state capital, Mexicali.

Distriction 1971

Three years later, he is once again transferred, now to the municipality of Tijuana, encompassing the historic area of ​​the city, known as the Central Zone.

Elected deputies

Municipality Legislature Deputy Match
Ensenada IV Francisco Figueroa Mendez PRI logo (Mexico).svg Institutional Revolutionary Party
V Vicente Huerta Ramirez
Mexicali WE Bertha Coronado de Cortés
Tijuana VII Martiniano Valdez Escobedo
VIII Juan Villalpando Cuevas
IX Fausto Cedillo Lopez
X René Treviño Arredondo
XI Gilberto Portugal Martínez
XII Antonio Salgado Ruffo
XIII Cuauhtémoc Cardona Benavides PAN logo (Mexico).svg National Action Party
XIV César Alejandro Monraz Sustaita
XV Salvador Morales Riubi
XVI Miguel Delfin Castro
XVII José Antonio Araiza Regalado
XVIII Gilberto Daniel González Solís
XIX Gloria Maria Loza Galván
XX Fausto Zarate Zepeda PRI logo (Mexico).svg Institutional Revolutionary Party
XXI Miriam Josefina Ayón Castro
XXII Monica Hernandez Alvarez PAN logo (Mexico).svg National Action Party
XXIII Carmén Leticia Hernández Carmona Morena logo (Mexico).svg National Regeneration Movement

See also

Baja California State Congress

References

  1. Redistricting in BC, until 2019. La Jornada, Baja California.