(Does Baja California have a new Governor)…According to Jaime Bonilla, it does.

It would be him. Bonilla was candidate in Sunday’s election. Bonilla, a close political ally of Mexico’s President, has declared victory in the elections. If poling holds, he could be right. At last report, 74 percent of the vote had been counted, and Bonilla had between 50.7 to 53.2 percent of the vote. That would put him about 30 points ahead of his closest rival, Oscar Vega, who has 20.6 percent of the vote. 68 year old Bonilla is an engineer, born in Tijuana. He owns several radio stations in Baja California and in California. He had served 12 years as an elected official for the Otay Mesa Water District in Chula Vista. He left that position in 2012 to campaign to campaign for Lopez Obrador’s Presidential race. If Bonilla is elected Governor, it would end 30 years of political control in Baja California by Mexico’s National Action Party.