A coalition led by Morena, AMLO's party, wins the elections in the state of Mexico

Delfina Gómez won, leading Juntos Haremos Historia, formed by Morena, Verde Ecologista de México and Partido del Trabajo.

The elections held this past Sunday in the state of Mexico resulted in the victory of the coalition Juntos Haremos Historia (Together We Will Make History), formed by the parties Morena, Verde Ecologista de México, and Partido del Trabajo. After the results were announced, Delfina Gómez said "it has been a hundred long years of corruption, but times change and the people united and won. The end of those hundred years of darkness and mistreatment has arrived, a new history begins in the State of Mexico." These results confirm the rise of the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) of current president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The people from the state of Coahuila also went to the polls yesterday. The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) won and barely managed to barely save the party after the blow they suffered in the state of Mexico, the most densely populated state in the country. Morena toppled the PRI in the state of Mexico, where 17 million people live and where the PRI had not lost a single election in the last 94 years.

Alejandra del Moral was the candidate for the coalition Va por el Estado de México, which is made up of the PRI, the National Action Party (PAN), the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) and the New Alliance (NA). Del Moral acknowledged in a message to the media that "the preliminary results do not favor me," implicitly acknowledging Gomez's victory. "I salute Delfina Gómez Álvarez, who will be the next governor of the State of Mexico and I wish her every success. In democracy, in order to win you have to know how to lose," Del Moral said shortly after the results were announced.