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Mexico’s Presidential Election: What Does It Mean For San Diego?

Mexican presidential candidate for the leftist coalition Progressive Movement...

Photo by Yuri Cortez / Getty Images

Above: Mexican presidential candidate for the leftist coalition Progressive Movement of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, speaks during a rally at the Venustiano Carranza square in Mexico City, on April 16, 2012.


Jeffrey Davidow, former ambassador to Mexico from 1998-2002, former president of the Institute of the Americas at UCSD, senior counselor, the Cohen Group.

Jill Replogle, KPBS Fronteras desk reporter


This Sunday, Mexico will elect a new president. It's an election that could make a difference to Mexico's relationship with the United States and those living along its border. San Diego has numerous business links with Mexico, we look at how the election outcome could have an affect here in our region.

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