Political Thermometer

In June, Mexico will have the most important election in its political history. The importance derives from several circumstances, but fundamentally from the magnitude of the elections. In accordance with previous reforms to consolidate federal, state and municipal elections on the same election day, 99 million voters will participate on June 2nd. 20,000 positions will be at stake, and it will be a woman who will occupy the presidency of the republic for the first time. Among the positions in addition to the presidency, the Federal Congress will be up for election, made up of 500 deputies and 124 senators. In addition, there will be elections of the governments of the states of Jalisco, Tabasco, Chiapas, Morelos, Yucatán, Guanajuato, Puebla, Veracruz and the head of government of Mexico City, in addition to the 16 mayoralties that comprise it.

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