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“The choice facing the Mexican people in June is one of continuity or change. Continuity means that cooperation between the United States and Mexico on issues of security, migration, and narco-trafficking will remain difficult and limited. This election is critical for the well-being of citizens and the economies on both sides of the border.”

Duncan Wood, PhD, Vice President for Strategy & New Initiatives and Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute

Opinion: Why should US Congress pay attention to Mexico’s elections?
Analyst Duncan Wood gives his take on why the U.S. Congress should pay close attention to who is elected president of Mexico on Sunday.
Opinion: Why should US Congress pay attention to Mexico’s elections?
Analyst Duncan Wood gives his take on why the U.S. Congress should pay close attention to who is elected president of Mexico on Sunday.
Everything you need to know about Mexico’s 2024 elections
This guide to Mexico’s 2024 elections includes all the details on what to expect this Sunday when nearly 100 million Mexicans can cast their votes.
Everything you need to know about Mexico’s 2024 elections
This guide to Mexico’s 2024 elections includes all the details on what to expect this Sunday when nearly 100 million Mexicans can cast their votes.
How did Mexico’s presidential candidates finish their campaigns?
Claudia Sheinbaum and Jorge Álvarez Máynez concluded their campaigns in Mexico City, while Xóchitl Gálvez held events in Monterrey and in her hometown of Tepatepec.
How did Mexico’s presidential candidates finish their campaigns?
Claudia Sheinbaum and Jorge Álvarez Máynez concluded their campaigns in Mexico City, while Xóchitl Gálvez held events in Monterrey and in her hometown of Tepatepec.
In countdown to election, Claudia Sheinbaum still leads in the polls
According to major polls published this week, Claudia Sheinbaum remains the front-runner in the race to become Mexico’s next president.
In countdown to election, Claudia Sheinbaum still leads in the polls
According to major polls published this week, Claudia Sheinbaum remains the front-runner in the race to become Mexico’s next president.
More than 1,000 international observers will monitor Mexico’s elections
The number of election monitoring requests this year was the highest since 1994, the first year that Mexico allowed international observers.
More than 1,000 international observers will monitor Mexico’s elections
The number of election monitoring requests this year was the highest since 1994, the first year that Mexico allowed international observers.

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