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Articles and opinion columns about Mexico's upcoming 2018 General Election
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Special polling stations to be made available on election day
2018-06-17
The INE will implement special polling stations for Mexican citizens unable to travel to their designated polling places
What's in the INE's electoral kit?
2018-05-27
The INE has begun distributing electoral kits for Mexican citizens voting abroad
How to make sure your vote counts
2018-05-09
As election day approaches, make sure you know how to cast your vote and avoid spoiling your ballot
Is vote transfer possible in Mexico?
2018-05-03
As such, the concept of “vote transfer” doesn't exist in Mexico but it has already occurred in practice. Verificado 2018 goes into detail about this tactic
Of coalitions and alliances
2018-03-29
For the 2018 General Election, all political parties in Mexico with a federal registration before the INE have decided to join forces and integrate electoral coalitions
2018-02-01
While experts claim it’s risky to talk numbers and predictions, they consider there are key factors which can have a considerable impact on this year's voter turnout
2018-01-17
Mexicans living abroad could have a decisive influence in the 2018 General Election since there are 300,000 Mexicans living outside the country
2018-01-10
Mexico’s 2018 General Election will most likely be the most expensive election in history, with an approved budget of MXN$ 13 billion (USD$675.3 million)
In July 2018, Mexican citizens will vote for the next President of the Mexican Republic, members of both Congress Chambers, state Governors, and local legislators – an unprecedented election bound to make history
2017-12-27
In July 2018, Mexican citizens will vote for the next President of the Mexican Republic, members of both Congress Chambers, state Governors, and local legislators – an unprecedented election bound to make history