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Four Mexican States Hold Elections, with 3 Governorships Up for Grabs

MEXICO CITY – Voters are heading to the polls on Sunday in the states of Mexico, Coahuila, Nayarit and Veracruz for state and local elections, the national elections commission said.

The governorship will be decided in Mexico state, which surrounds the Federal District and forms part of the Mexico City metropolitan area.

In Coahuila and Nayarit, voters are electing governors, state legislators and mayors, while mayoralties are up for grabs in Veracruz state.

No serious incidents have been reported in the four states, but some polling places opened late, officials said.

Mexico state, the country’s most populous state, has 11.3 million registered voters; Coahuila has 2.06 million; Nayarit has 815,000; and Veracruz has 5.5 million.

 

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