/ Modified jun 11, 2021 3:12 p.m.

Sonorans elect former Mexican security secretary as governor

Analysis on the results from KJZZ's Kendal Blust

Mexico’s historic midterm elections on June 6 saw the election of new leaders to thousands of open seats across all levels of government. In Sonora, voters elected the country’s former security secretary, Alfonso Durazo, as their next governor. KJZZ Hermosillo Bureau reporter Kendal Blust discussed his agenda, other headlines from the election and whether an uptick in violence leading up to the election impacted turnout.

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