Liveblogging the Mexican presidential election

Posted by: ST on July 2, 2006 at 10:49 pm

Mark in Mexico is liveblogging the Mexican elections.

Who will win? Gateway Pundit reports that of right now:

Conservative Felipe Calderon of the ruling party and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador the Leftist candidate of Hugo Chavez locked in a tie.

Stay tuned to Mark and GP for continuous updates on the results.

Monday AM Update: As of right now, the Mexican election is too close to call. The AP is reporting that the winner likely won’t be known for days.

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3 Responses to “Liveblogging the Mexican presidential election”


  1. I’ve been live blogging over on just to prove I could provide better results than Lionel Sosa claimed he would….I predicted about and hour ago that Calderon will be announced the winner in a close race. In short, I believe that Mexicans in the lower class KNEW who it is that butters their bread, and it is not the Mexican government, so they voted for America’s preferred choice.

  2. stackja says:

    Mexico stumbles toward crisis in chaotic election
    Monday, July 03, 2006 6:12:35 AM ET

    By Kieran Murray (Reuters) MEXICO CITY – The specter of political chaos hung over Mexico’s young democracy on Monday after two rival presidential candidates both claimed victory in a bitter election that divided the country between left and right.


  3. benning says:

    Young democracy? From all I’ve ever heard or read about Mexico it is nothing more than a Socialist Autocracy. Corrupt and stupid from bottom to top.

    The Mexican election officials publicly asked the candidates to not claim victory until the votes could be recounted. So the Leftist A$$hat immediately climbed on stage and announced his victory, followed moments later by the establishment A$$hat.

    Gad! What a country!