The Mexico 2018 Election Resource Center seeks to provide information on Mexico’s 2018 election, including the parties, candidates and key issues, as well as in-depth analysis in order to inform a more comprehensive conversation on the election and its impact on the binational relationship.
This resource center is the result of a collaborative effort led by Mexico Center program manager Lisa Guáqueta, with research support from graduate fellow Enrique Quezada and Mexico Center student interns.
|Overview & Results||Timeline||Political Parties|
|State & Local||Podcast|
Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies and Director, Mexico Center
|Nonresident Fellow||Graduate Fellow|
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- Mexico’s Presidential Elections and the Future of U.S.-Mexico Relations
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- The State of Mexican Democracy: A Conversation With Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas
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"Overview" thumbnail image courtesy of ProtoplasmaKid / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA 4.0
"Political Parties" thumbnail image courtesy of Dakota Fine