Only 16,000 of 11 million Mexicans living in the United States have registered to vote in what is expected to be a hotly contested presidential election on July 2, in which votes from outside Mexico will be counted for the first time. The number of registrations will creep up over the next month, as forms mailed by a Jan. 15 deadline arrive in Mexico, but it is still likely to be far short of the 1 million forms that were distributed internationally. The Mexican government anticipated widespread interest after intense lobbying by expatriates seeking to stay involved in their country’s affairs. Full Story
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