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Latest news on Mexico General Elections as voters participate on what is expected to be the biggest election in Mexico’s history. Voters will choose the president, along with the winners of 628 seats in Congress and thousands of local positions. Mexico's elections occur every six years, with the president serving a single six-year term. The electoral process involves voting for the president, senators, deputies, and local officials. The National Electoral Institute (INE) oversees the electoral process to ensure fairness and transparency. Political parties play a significant role, with several major parties competing for power, including the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), National Action Party (PAN), and Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD).

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