Explains that, as they are so following the April 28, these municipal, regional and European elections "are a counterweight" to control the effects of the General State Administration
"The elections of today decide the policies of proximity. They decide what will be our education in freedom, the efficiency in the sanitary management, the reduction of taxes, the agrarian and livestock policy or even the questions of citizen security, of mobility and those that affect us in the day to day ", asserts
"That nobody stays at home without voting because after these elections we will not vote again in four years, so, what we decide today will be with us for a long time," he stresses.
Married expects a high turnout because these are "very important elections" and more "for those who did not leave very happy of the election day in the Generals"
He points out that the Popular Party, "with full respect for the decision taken by any voter", has demonstrated its commitment "not to disappoint"
He warns that "within the EU, this sensible policy is also decided in the face of extremism". "In Spain you have to see these elections as something close that also affects our day to day", says
It emphasizes that the voting is being carried out without incidents and thanked the representatives, State Security Forces and bodies and the media for their work in this day "as marathon as others, or even more, since the scrutiny will be later"
It shows the gratitude for its commitment to the candidates to the city council of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, and to the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso