Toledo (EFE) Paloma Sánchez Garrido from Talavera in number 2 and the current president of the socialist group in Parliament, Fernando Mora, as three.
The number four of the candidacy is for Rosario García Saco, who is also a deputy in the current Legislature and mayoress of Camarena, and the number 5 position in the Cortes is occupied by José Antonio Contreras, who is also a current regional parliamentarian and, in addition , is a councilor of Madridejos.
The number 6 position on the list for the Cortes is for Silvia Fernández García, mayoress of Seseña; 7 is occupied by Álvaro Toconar, general secretary of the Socialist Youth of Castilla-La Mancha, while the eighth position goes to Violeta Fernández Sánchez, PSOE candidate for Mayor of Guadamur, and the list is closed by Jorge Ors Sánchez, mayor of Yepes cabins.
In the last regional elections, the PSOE obtained five of the nine seats that are elected for the province of Toledo.
A top 5 renewal
The proposed list assumes that all the current deputies repeat in the top five positions except the parliamentarian Diana López, who ranked number 2 in the 2019 candidacy, a position that in the current ballot is also held by Paloma Sánchez Garrido, also from Talavera, who is councilor for Business Economic Promotion in the City of Talavera de la Reina.
The names that appear on the list from 6 to 9 are also renewed.
The candidacy of the PSOE of Toledo, which is headed by the general secretary of the socialists in the region and president of the autonomous community since 2015, will be approved by the regional committee that plans to hold the Castilian-Latin PSOE on Sunday, March 12 and, later in the Federal Committee on Saturday March 18.
Martínez Guijarro will once again lead the candidacy of the PSOE of Cuenca
In addition, the Provincial Executive Committee of the PSOE of Cuenca has also approved this Sunday that José Luis Martínez Guijarro leads the socialist candidacy for the province to the Cortes of Castilla-La Mancha, this being his fifth time since 2007.
Martínez Guijarro, 54 years old and a native of San Lorenzo de la Parrilla (Cuenca), is currently the vice president of the Government of Castilla-La Mancha and a regional deputy for Cuenca for two decades (since 2003).
He has been municipal controller of the Tarancón City Council (1992), head of the Treasury section of the Cuenca Provincial Council (1992-93), as well as delegate of the Community Board in the same province (1999-2003).
Between 2005 and 2008 he was counselor for the Environment and Rural Development of the Community Board and, between 2008 and 2011, regional head of Agriculture and Environment.
Graduated in Business Studies from the University School of the Integrated Teaching Center of Gijón and graduated in Economics and Business Sciences from the University of Oviedo, the regional president, Emiliano García-Page, said of him in a recent intervention in Cañete (Cuenca), when he confirmed his re-election bid, “he’s literally the one person I could never do without.”
Renewal in second place on the list
Also repeating in the candidacy, at number 3, is the current first secretary of the Parliament table and secretary of Organization of the Cuenca socialists, Ángel Tomás Godoy, 51 years old and with a degree in Law and Nursing; while the novelty is at number 2, the mayoress of Saelices, Paloma Jiménez.
She occupies the place of the current deputy, Joaquina Sáiz, who recently confirmed that she would be the socialist candidate for mayor of the third largest town in the province, Quintanar del Rey.
Together with Jiménez, a 32-year-old lawyer who is concluding her first term as mayor of Saelices, the candidacy is completed by María del Carmen García, 56, a Geriatrics assistant and mayor of La Pesquera since 2011; and the councilor of Tragacete, Diego Yuste, 31 years old and a Microcomputer Systems technician.