Mexico City.- Within the framework of the elections 2021, the candidate to preside over the mayor of Iztapalapa, Rafael Acosta, better known as “Juanito”, went to the polls this Sunday, June 6, to cast his vote wearing a bulletproof vest in the Santa Martha Acatitla neighborhood.
“Juanito” arrived at his nearest polling station wearing a pink shirt and underneath a bulletproof vest to guard against his rivals, he arrived aboard a taxi. He was nominated as a representative of the party Force for Mexico.
Although his candidacy began relatively recently, he assures that he has the support of the Iztapalapense people and that this time he will give “revenge” to the candidate for Brunette and PT and current mayor of Iztapalapa, Clara Molina Brugada.
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Without escorts or companions, the representative of the Fuerza por México party arrived at the voting place in Iztapalapa aboard a taxi, like any other citizen in the country’s capital.
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With his now well-known phrase, “this is revenge”, Acosta repeated the garment of the bib that he used in 2009 and with which he was elected in Iztapalapa; however, he would later resign to leave his place to the current mayor Clara Brugada.