*A total of 50 family members were killed in the 51 attacks.
“For Mexico at the Front” coalition
“Everyone for Mexico” coalition
“Together We Will Make History” coalition
Mexico City Mayor from 2000-2005
Platform against corruption, neoliberal economic policies, the privatization of oil, electricity and the country’s cultural heritage.
Has served as minister in the Felipe Calderon and Enrique Peña Nieto administrations
Meade has offered to ensure public hospitals are well-equipped, widen the reach of free daycare centers, include domestic workers in the social security system, and guarantee women can access loans with no economic requirement.
Meade himself is involved in a corruption scandal dating to 2015 when he was head of Mexico's social development ministry.
Anaya’s political platform includes commitment to end insecurity by promoting sports, education, and well-paid jobs, and applying a strategy that includes doubling the police force in size.
Currently involved in a corruption and money-laundering scandal.
Has been a national and local legislator in the state of Nuevo Leon,
El Bronco is running on an anti-political party platform. According to him, Mexico’s problems stem from the corrupt politicians that have ruled the country.
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Vote Buying, Fraud Rears Its Face Once again in Mexico Election
The attorney's office for electoral crimes has recorded 1,106 complaints since Thursday.
Indigenous Town in Chiapas Suspends Vote After Armed Attacks
Since the Mexico election campaign began heating up last year, at least 145 politicians and activists have been murdered, mostly by armed groups and drug cartels.
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With just a week before Mexican voters go to the polls, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) inches further as the presidential favorite.
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Four candidates dispute Mexico's presidency in the upcoming national elections.
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The 2018 electoral season has been one of the country's deadliest. Since campaigns kicked off in September, 133 politicians have been killed.
Mexico: AMLO Closes Campaign Poised for Likely Victory
“We are about to begin a phase of transformation in the history of Mexico, to fulfill the dreams of Mexicans," AMLO said to supporters.
AMLO: Window of Opportunity Against 40 Years of Neoliberalism in Mexico?
Lopez Obrador’s promises to end privatization in the energy sector and a progressive tax scheme are unprecedented pushbacks against four decades of neliberalism in Mexico.