Mexico's highest electoral court TEPJF confirmed yesterday earlier verdicts of Mexico City's local tribunal: PRD retains its victory in Miguel Hidalgo, while PRI/PVEM won the delegation Cuajimalpa.
PRD was also close to winning Cuajimalpa, while it was also competitive in Benito Juárez, the only two delegations not run by the party after the 2012 local elections, which happened at the same day as the national election
The left's dominance in Mexico City, where it also has the mayor, is illustrated by this graphic over the city's 16 delegations: One for PAN, one for PRI, and 14 for the PRD.
Cuajimalpa al PRI; M. Hidalgo al PRD. El Universal, Sept. 27, 2012