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Ninth Federal Electoral District of Chihuahua

District Chih-IX

The Ninth Federal Electoral District of Chihuahua (IX Distrito Electoral Federal de Chihuahua) is one of the 300 Electoral Districts into which Mexico is divided for the purpose of elections to the federal Chamber of Deputies and one of nine such districts in the state of Chihuahua.

It elects one deputy to the lower house of Congress for each three-year legislative period, by means of the first past the post system.

District territory

Under the 2005 districting scheme, Chihuahua's Ninth District is in the south-west portion of the state and covers the municipalities of Balleza, Batopilas, Bocoyna, Carichi, Chínipas, Cusihuiriachi, Dr. Belisario Domínguez, Gran Morelos, Guadalupe y Calvo, Guazapares, Hidalgo del Parral, Huejotitán, Maguarichi, Matamoros, Morelos, Nonoava, Rosario, San Francisco de Borja, San Francisco del Oro, Santa Bárbara, Santa Isabel, Satevó, El Tule, Urique, Uruachi and Valle de Zaragoza.[1]

The district's head town (cabecera distrital), where results from individual polling stations are gathered together and collated, is the city of Parral.

Previous districting schemes

1996–2005 district

Between 1996 and 2005, the Ninth District was located, as now, in the south of the state and covered the municipalities of Allende, Balleza, Coronado, Guadalupe y Calvo, Hidalgo del Parral, Huejotitán, Jiménez, López, Matamoros, Rosario, San Francisco del Oro, Santa Bárbara, El Tule and Valle de Zaragoza. Its head town was the city of Parral.[2]

1979–1996 district

Between 1979 and 1996, the Ninth District was located in the north-west of the state and its head town was the city of Nuevo Casas Grandes.

Deputies returned to Congress from this district

Mexico Parties
PAN logo (Mexico).svgPAN
PRI logo (Mexico).svgPRI
PRD logo (Mexico).svgPRD
Worker's Party logo (Mexico).svgPT
PVE dark logo (Mexico).svgPVEM
Movimiento Ciudadano.svgMC
Partido Nueva Alianza (México).svgPANAL
PSD

References and notes

  1. ^ Instituto Federal Electoral. "Condensado de Chihuahua" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 November 2008. Retrieved 9 November 2008.
  2. ^ Instituto Federal Electoral. "Distritación de 1996 de Chihuahua" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 November 2008. Retrieved 9 November 2008.
  3. ^ Aguilar Bueno was originally elected for the Partido Revolucionario Institucional but broke with the party towards the end of 59th Congress, along with other deputies with ties to the teaching profession affiliated with Elba Esther Gordillo, following her split with the PRI leadership.
  4. ^ [pef2009.ife.org.mx]
  5. ^ [computos2018.ine.mx]