Feijóo meets Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada and Yolanda Díaz goes to the polls with her daughter: this is how the candidates have voted

Crucial day for the coming years of the country. Pedro Sanchez seeks to revalidate his candidacy for the presidency of the Government against Alberto Núñez Feijóo, Yolanda Diaz y Santiago Abascal, the other main candidates in these 23J elections. The leaders of the PSOE, PP, Sumar and Vox have already deposited their vote at the polls this Sunday morning.

You can rescue some other anecdote. Feijóo has run into the same electoral college with Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, who just went to vote at the same time. Taking advantage of the fact that the Pisuerga passes through Valladolid, the designer and Marchioness of Castelldosríus has taken a picture with the leader of the national PP and with his wife, the businesswoman and former director of Zara Home Eva Cardenas.

The wife of the Galician candidate has opted for a colorful outfit, while her husband has appeared in jeans, a jacket and a shirt without a tie.

“We are risking a lot of things, we are risking what model we want of the country, to have a solid government, a strong government and it is necessary for Spain to decide. Everything that is decided will be fine and everything that Spain speaks clearly and clearly will be good for the Spaniards,” said the Galician.

Pedro Sanchezfor his part, has gone to vote also accompanied by his wife, Begoña Gomez. The director of the chair of the Complutense University of Madrid has given everything to red, the color of her husband’s education, while Sánchez has opted for a comfortable casual look made up of jeans and a gray shirt, also without a tie.

“I have good vibes. The Spaniards are the ones who are going to decide the future and progress of our country and their voices must be heard. I encourage participation and mobilization because it is a very important moment for our country and our democracy,” said the current Prime Minister, the early riser of the leaders when it comes to voting.

Santiago Abascal, who has wanted “a change of course”, has cast his vote wearing jeans and a blue shirt. He has not come to his wife, Lydia Bedman.

Finally, the current second vice president of the Government, Yolanda Díaz, has starred in a tender image after going to the polls with her only daughter, Carmela. A few days ago he already spoke about her in an interview, assuring that her little girl had headed to Galicia these days due to the busy schedule of her mother in the middle of the electoral campaign. “There has been a lot of struggle in this country so that we can vote freely and what we are at stake today is a lot,” explained the leader of Sumar.