translated from Spanish: At least 2 candidates have already declined in Michoacán

Morelia, Michoacán.- Within 19 days of the election election, there are 3 candidates in Michoacán who made their decline official, either to join a project of another contender or because they did not have the necessary support from their party.
The most media case was that of Abraham Sánchez Martínez, who was registered as a candidate for the governorship of Michoacán with the progressive social media (RSP) party and last Friday announced at a public event in the municipality of Los Reyes his decline in favor of the flag bearer of Morena-PT, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla.
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Hector Corona, a merchant leader, was registered as a candidate for the X district of Morelia with the Fuerza por México party briefly announced that he decided to leave his candidacy to join the campaign of Cristóbal Arias Solís, aspiring governor for the same party.
Paralympic athlete Doramitzi González discusses following her candidacy for deputy for the federal district 8 Morelia with the Solidarity Encounter Party (PES) in the absence of resources to carry out her campaign.
According to the Michoacán Electoral Institute (IEM), candidates for public posts must report their decline, this due to issues of control of the financial resources

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