The mayor of Tacoronte, José Daniel Díaz (New Canary Islands), has confirmed to EL DÍA that an error in the Vox ballots in the town prevented this party from taking out “at least one councilor” in the Tacorontera Corporation. Many of the votes for Abascal’s party were considered null because they had been sent to the homes with a list that was not the same as the one officially proclaimed.
The people who brought votes from home exercised their right with some names changed and, when counting them, they were considered null votes. Vox was thus at the gates of entering the Tacoronte City Hall, where it received 357 votes, 3.07 percent of the total. citizens (C’s) with 655 votes obtained a single councilor.
The total number of invalid votes was the 28M in Tacoronte of 544, 4.38% of the total. In the elections In 2019, the number of null votes in Tacoronte was barely 90; in 2015, 221 were registered; in 2011, 212; in 2007, just 67. Compared to the elections four years ago, there is a difference of 454 more null votes, of which the majority are erroneous Vox ballots. If this circumstance had not occurred, Vox would have obtained at least the second party councilor in the North, along with the one achieved in the municipality of Santa Úrsula.