Ian Anderson 5 p.m., Feb. 12
Rhon for office?
Former Tijuana mayor will run for governor of Baja California if asked
Jorge Hank Rhon, the former mayor of Tijuana, stated after a Club Tijuana fútbol game that he would be interested in running for governor of Baja California if asked. While being interviewed by the press, Rhon stated that he would gladly run for governor if his party (the PRI) asked him to.
Rhon is the owner of Club Tijuana fútbol and his son, Jorge Alberto Hank Inzunza, serves as team president. Rhons’s team advanced to the semi-finals of the La Liga MX playoffs after tying Monterrey on Sunday evening 1-1.
Hank Rhon has been embattled, yet never convicted, in numerous scandals from murder to money laundering over the last 25 years.
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