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These are the votes cast by the candidates for the Granada lists.

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These are the votes cast by the candidates for the Granada lists.


Marifran Carazo, a candidate for the PP. Ideal

Marifran Carazo, the PP candidate, was given today, before she went to vote, a tour through different schools in the Genil District to express gratitude to her popular colleagues for their participation and work on election day.

Later she went with her daughter Cecilia to Cervantes de Bola de Oro, where she exercised her vote.

Marifran Carazo (PP candidate) indicated that she will be attending the vote with "great excitement" because it is a crucial day for Granada as a whole. Carazo stated that the city, province and people of Granada have a lot at stake in order to keep "advancing, growing, and having opportunities." The popular candidate hopes that Granada will "overturn" on this important day. She says that Granada is "looking forward to that Granada that she wants". This Granada for Carazo, which Carazo considers a strong Granada that contributes to Andalusia and helps to provide employment to those who are most in need. "That Granada has a historic participation, the most significant in the history of regional elections," is the PP candidate's desire. This will help "to strengthen our democracy as well as for Granada.


Noel Lopez, socialist candidate. / IDEAL

Noel Lopez, socialist candidate, is happy and satisfied with the campaign he formed and invites everyone to participate after exercising their right to vote in Maracena. These are his words: "I am happy and satisfied that we have conducted a campaign with which we have fundamentally explained and given importance to Andalusians, Andalusians, and our project with which Andalusia can advance. At this point, I request that citizens mobilize from their homes and vote. The right to vote is without a doubt the most responsible thing we can do as citizens. It is also for the land. We hope people vote. It is not a holiday. It is the festival and celebration of democracy.


Vox candidate, Macarena Olona. / Ideal

Macarena Olona (Vox candidate for the presidency in the Andalusian government), was the first to vote on election day. After the Salobrena pensioner's home was opened for voting, Macarena Olona deposited her ballot. She was surrounded by media expectations and "intimately convinced" that Andalusia's opportunities will be matched by the "real" change that San Telmo Vox entry in San Telmo would bring.

Olona said with laughter and joy that she voted "with nerves similar to when I examined my self for the opposition" and that being the first candidate to vote at the polls was the symbol of their illusion and the desire to have Vox de for that day.

He smiled and said, "It's expressive of the immense desire we had for that day to finally come. I hope this illusion, this passion, that vehemence are what we have transmitted throughout our campaign."


Concha Insua is the head of the Andalusian Parlament for Granada's Citizens List. / IDEAL

Concha Insua is the head of the list for Citizens to the Andalusian Parlament for Granada. She believes that her party will surpass the low expectations which predict it will be practically irrelevant. It was said in Huetor Vega on Sunday, Concha Insua. She spoke in front Mariana Pineda school where she exercised her right of vote at 10:30. She said that she was confident in her candidate and encouraged people to vote in a 19J, in which it will be decided "what Andalusia they want for the next four year." She wanted to encourage her neighbors to vote "without fear, enthusiasm, with their heads, and with their hearts in the hands for the best future possible for Granada."

After submitting his ballot, Insua is now touring the various polling stations throughout the province. He has repeatedly stressed the importance of all votes and their determining power. He defended that only one person can make a difference, and then he said, "You have to vote. Later it is not worth repenting."

The plan is that the orange formation will continue on election night at Hotel Barcelo Granada Congress in the capital, once the polls close. As stated, the goal is to "break" polls. Insua called for a historic participation by the people of Granada to achieve this goal. He stated that he wants "the ballot boxes, good sense and prevail over the shouting, and the mess." He concluded that we had conducted a proactive campaign, from which a strengthened Cs will emerge. Looking forward to the future around Juan Marin's leadership, he said.

Through Andalusia

Alejandra Duran is the candidate for Por Andalucia. / IDEAL

After the "rupture" of Adelante, which was now refounded with Teresa Rodriguez at its head, and the creation of a new coalition For Andalusia, headed by Inma Grandeson, the reorganization or the vote of left remains one of the unknowns in Sunday's elections.

Alejandra Duran was the candidate for Por Andalucia. She cast her vote in Granada at nine in the morning, confident that there would be a progressive majority to solve the problems of Andalusians, and end right-wing politics.

The leader of the list Por Andalucia for the coalition called for the vote. It was "one of our most difficult rights to conquer" and for participation at the "festival democracy" on a day that is "very important" for Andalusians.

Forward Andalusia

Ana Villaverde, head of the Granada de Adelante Andalucia list, is it. / IDEAL

Ana Villaverde is the head of the Granada de Adelante Andalucia list. She has encouraged participation in this Sunday's elections. She urges people not to vote "out of fear and resignation but out of the belief that another future is possible for this land."

Villaverde appeals for mobilization: "We have a lot to lose in these elections for Andalusia's future." At 11:30, the candidate cast her vote at the Cristo de la Yedra School.

On a day when the thermometers in Granada will reach 36 degrees, the candidate for Parliament also sent a message of support to the proxies as well as members of the electoral table.

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