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Mexico's leading presidential candidates stump in the northern border cities.

Posted on AllSides April 14th, 2024
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With Mexico’s federal elections just seven weeks away, two leading presidential candidates made visits to border cities over the weekend greeted by crowds of supporters. Frontrunner Claudia Sheinbaum appeared in Tijuana to speak to voters about policies on health, education, and Mexico’s place in its North American relationships, while Xóchitl Gálvez, polling in second place, attempted to persuade voters in Juárez with promises of funding for infrastructure and support for Chihuahua Gov. María Eugenia Campos. More:5 key issues at stake in the upcoming 2024 Mexico election Mexicans seem on the...

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