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 Tomas Arango, Angie Vertti, Mackenzie Kubik, Eliza Martin and Nick Falkenberg.
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Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies and Director, Mexico Center
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- Mexico’s Young Voters and the 2018 Elections
- Can an app help independent candidates in Mexico’s presidential elections?
- Indigenous voices centered on institutional reform reenter Mexican politics
- Understanding Andrés Manuel López Obrador
- Mexico’s 2016 elections: Reading the tea leaves
- The Evolution of Political Parties in Mexico, 1900–2014
- Mexico’s National Electoral Institute: Ensuring Fair Elections at the Local Level
- The Evolution of Democracy in Mexico
- Political Uncertainty and Mexico's Energy Reform
- Mexico’s Presidential Elections and the Future of U.S.-Mexico Relations
- Mexico’s 2018 Presidential Elections: A Presentation by Luis Ernesto Derbez
- The State of Mexican Democracy: A Conversation With Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas
- The Evolution of Mexican Democracy
"Overview" thumbnail image courtesy of ProtoplasmaKid / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA 4.0
"Political Parties" thumbnail image courtesy of Dakota Fine