Mendoza Davis Sworn in as Governor of Baja California Sur



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Carlos Mendoza Davis, a lawyer by profession, has been officially sworn in as Governor of Baja California Sur. His term will run until 2021.
His father, César Mendoza Arámburo Angel from La Paz, was the first elected governor of Baja California Sur and served from 1975 until 1981.

Mendoza Davis won 45.15 percent of the vote, while Ricardo Barroso, of the coalition formed by the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, and the Mexican Green Party, or PVEM and other smaller parties, garnered 35.06 percent of the vote, with 100 percent of the ballots counted, in the June 7th, 2015 election, the Preliminary Election Results Program, or PREP, said.

Mendoza Davis has stated that his first priority as governor is to provide peace and security to the citizens of BCS as well as to increase economical development in the region.

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