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A Historic Election in Mexico?

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Mexican voters were awaiting on Sunday the results of an election that was groundbreaking on several fronts: It was set to be the largest race in the country’s history, it has been among the most violent in recent memory, and it will likely put a woman into the presidency for the first time ever.

The two main contenders, who have largely split the electorate between them, according to polls, are women. The front-runner is Claudia Sheinbaum, a climate scientist representing the ruling party and its allies. Her closest competitor is Xóchitl Gálvez, a businesswoman on a ticket that includes a collection of opposition parties.

Ms. Sheinbaum had a double-digit lead in the polls for months, but the opposition argued that those numbers underestimated the true support for Ms. Gálvez. In an interview, she said that “there is an anti-system vote,” and that if Mexicans turned out in force on Sunday, “we will win.”

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