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It's official, Jorge Ramos is running for mayor of Tijuana: promises to bring back security

Jorge Ramos registers for mayor of Tijuana

Photo by: Nancy Alcalá

With a warm and energetic atmosphere, Jorge Ramos registered this Saturday around 1:00 in the afternoon, at the State Electoral Institute (IEE) of Baja California, for the mayoralty of Tijuana.

The former municipal president of this border city, on this occasion will be the candidate of the PRI, PAN and PRD coalition "Va por Baja California", with whom Lupita Jones is running for governor of this state.

Ramos assured that nowadays what matters less are the colors of the parties, but to give a solution to the problems that today are of concern, such as insecurity, which keeps Tijuana in the black lists of the media.

This is one of the reasons why he is returning to the candidacy, to take from the criminals the city that belongs to the good people, he said.

The union of these parties was a surprise and that he did not go for the PRD, "get ready for more surprises to come", he said.

The candidate mentioned that he already has a full slate of professional and impeccable people, so he will soon inform the person in charge of security.

Ramos expressed that with this return he will honor his father, his last name, and his city.

"Tijuanenses already tasted what's good" he said firmly, and his government will return to Tijuana again as he delivered it.

"I came because what we did right is being thrown away, and the people are paying for that, and I know how to solve it."

Jorge Ramos also pointed out that the current government is persecuting everyone but criminals.

For his part, the President of the National Action Party (PAN), Marko Cortés Mendoza, said during Ramos' registration that he is remembered by Tijuanans as the one who takes the bull by the horns, and will be the one who will put "order in the house".


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