With this act, Marina del Pilar will assume the responsibility of heading the Government of the State of Baja California for the 2021-2027 period, after having become not only the first woman to be elected as governor, but also the youngest person and the most voted in the history of the entity.
At the polls on June 6, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda obtained more than 542 thousand votes in each of Baja California's seven municipalities, which represents a percentage of 48.6 percent of the vote, a record number in terms of Baja California's gubernatorial elections.
The Governor-elect of the State has been recognized, among other things, for choosing a cabinet of experts in the different areas that make up the State Public Administration, as well as for presenting key proposals for the development of the future of the state and its people, especially the most needy groups of society.
At 36 years old, Marina del Pilar has two master's degrees: one in Public Administration and the other in Public Law, so she is prepared to face the challenges of the state government, having social justice as one of the main motivations, as it is one of the guiding axes of the Fourth Transformation.
Likewise, she has notable experience in the public sector, having been federal deputy for District 2 of Baja California in the LXIV Legislature of the Chamber of Deputies of the Congress of the Union, as well as mayor of Mexicali since 2019, being the first woman to hold the position in the capital of Baja California.
Throughout her career, Professor Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda has proven to be a public official who delivers results, and who has the commitment and will to lead a government that changes the lives of the state's population, leading a management that complies with the mandate of not lying, not stealing and not betraying the people, as indicated by one of the maxims of the President of Mexico and founder of the 4T, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
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