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Mexico’s 2018 Federal elections took place on July 1, 2018.

For those following Mexico on the web, we have compiled some of the headlines, videos and key links.

Third time’s the charm (la tercera es la vencida) for Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Key Links

Questions = Preguntas

  • What are the challenges and opportunities in the next sexenio? = ¿Cuáles son los desafíos y oportunidades en el próximo sexenio?
  • How might policies change in the next sexenio, particularly looking at cultural heritage, environmental conservation, and tourism? = ¿Cómo podrían cambiar las políticas en el próximo sexenio, especialmente en relación con el patrimonio cultural, la conservación del medio ambiente y el turismo?
  • Do the debates have transcripts? Translations? = ¿Los debates tienen transcripciones? Traducciones?

Arestegui Noticias

Univision Noticias

Mexico’s new president vows ‘profound change’@BBCNewshour @EAnthonyWayne
The Populist of the Pueblos Gets Ready to Shake Up Mexico @ioangrillo
Mexican Election Coverage – Bloomberg
Aristegui Noticias

Tom Buckley Coverage
Political violence threatens Mexico’s democratic evolution
Stage set for second presidential debate in Mexico; AMLO remains comfortably ahead
Mexican Presidential Election Kicks Off With a Clear Favorite
Mexico frontrunner to be tested in first of three presidential debates
Is Mexico’s presidential election outcome a foregone conclusion?

John Oliver



Election: #Elecciones2018

Twitter Moment
Elections in Mexico (2018)


The first debate was held in Mexico City’s historic center, in the Palacio de Minería, on April 22.

The second debate was held in border town Tijuana, Baja California on May 20, where candidates discussed immigration and the border wall.

The third and final debate took place in Mérida, Yucatán on June 12.



México 2018

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