Not much going on now, the poll numbers still show a very close race with Commie Obrador ahead by 2%.
But until tomorrow or when the votes are tallied, or when there is a clear victor, you can read up on the candidates. I'm rooting for a miracle, but I'll settle for anybody but the two Communists, especially Obrador.
From the news:
The WaPo has a pretty good AP article,
Rueters has a similar story.
The AP also provides profiles for the big three candidates.
News From the Border has some good ones, scroll it.
Fruits and Votes beats the news sources hands down on the details, a few exerpts:
The presidential election is decided by plurality, so there will be no second round even if, as seems likely, the winner has well under 40% of the vote and a very small margin...La Profesora is a great blog for updates -another to scroll.
In the 128-seat Senate, all of which is also elected Sunday–there is no chance that any party will have a majority.**
Coalition-building will be even more important to Sunday’s winner than it was to Fox–and likely more difficult.
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