By Angie Vertti
Mexico will hold federal elections in 2018. These elections are considered historically significant because they are the first to allow independent candidates not affiliated with an existing political party to run for office. This blog post explores how an app may help these candidates make it onto the official ballot: http://bit.ly/2naQaxA.
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