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This profile was last updated on 7/3/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Patricio Ballados

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Vote Coordinator

Local Address: Mexico
Federal Electoral Institute
 
Background

Employment History

  • Spokesman
    Federal Electoral Institute
  • Vote Coordinator
    Mexico´s Federal Electoral Institute
16 Total References
Web References
WBZ NEWSRADIO 1030
www.wbz1030.com, 3 July 2006 [cached]
Patricio Ballados, expatriate vote coordinator for Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute, said the agency would consider recommending to Congress that Mexican nationals be allowed to renew their voting cards at consulates.
"This was a first step of a historic vote," said Ballados.
Expatriate voters given voice in Mexican presidential race | www.azstarnet.com ®
www.azstarnet.com, 25 June 2006 [cached]
Close to 41,000 of the roughly 4 million Mexicans abroad who are eligible to vote requested a ballot before the January deadline, said Patricio Ballados, a spokesman for Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute, or IFE.So far, expatriates have returned about 28,000 ballots, Ballados said, most of them bearing a U.S. postmark.
HispanicVista Columnists
www.latinobeat.net, 6 Jan 2006 [cached]
"The reality is we don´t have the tools" to solve some of the logistical problems for expatriates who want to vote, said Patricio Ballados, expatriate vote coordinator for Mexico´s Federal Electoral Institute.
heraldsun.com: Illegal Status Hinders Mexican Voti...
www.theheraldsun.com, 4 Mar 2005 [cached]
Patricio Ballados, expatriate vote coordinator for Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute, said the agency would consider recommending to Congress that Mexican nationals be allowed to renew their voting cards at consulates.
AP Wire | 07/02/2006 | Mexicans who didn't get absentee ballots caravan to border
www.montereyherald.com, 2 July 2006 [cached]
Patricio Ballados, expatriate vote coordinator for Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute, said the agency would consider recommending to Congress that Mexican nationals be allowed to renew their voting cards at consulates.
"If they really wanted us to vote, they would let us do it at a consulate," said Gustino Fermin, 47, who said he didn't have time to return to Mexico for a voting card.
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