translated from Spanish: Launch Puebla contest of Tik Toks Electorals: June 6

Puebla.- This Thursday, March 11th the Local Executive Board of the National Electoral Institute of the state of Puebla issued a call to participate in the First State Contest of Tik Toks Electorales.Si you are interested in being part of the draw, you must send the link with the short video to the following email: joseadolfo.garcia@ine.mx, The deadline is Monday, March 15 at 10:00 hours.
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In order to participate you must select one of the following topics: Citizen participation in the Electoral Process, The importance of the work of the SE and CAE, The visit, notification and training of citizens drawn and Identification clothing and health care measures to prevent the spread of covid-19.The winning clip will be determined by the Council and the Local Executive Board. Whoever takes the distinction will receive a surprise prize.

Don’t stay out!
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Participate in the «First State Contest of Puebla de Tik Toks Electorals»
See bases here pic.twitter.com/UDoxxGkMaG — INE PUEBLA (@INE_PUEBLA)
March 11, 2021

Let us remember that in the elections of June 6th, more than 2,000 positions will be renewed in Puebla, including federal, local and municipal presidents. Of these, 217 municipal presidencies, 217 syndicatures, 1810 councils, 26 relative majority meputations and 15 Proportional Representation meps will be elected by vote. 

Wendy Ibarra’s team and third-floor signs





Original source in Spanish

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