Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Rallying for more victories

The PRI seeks to expand its arena of electoral successes into PAN territory.

Mexico's ruling PRI fights for a comeback in Baja California
Striving to recapture Baja California, the national leadership of Mexico’s ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) gathered in Tijuana on Saturday in a dramatic show of political muscle three weeks before the state’s gubernatorial election…

Castro Trenti
The main purpose was to endorse Fernando Castro Trenti, gubernatorial candidate for a PRI-led coalition, and other candidates in the state’s July 7 elections…

In Baja California, Castro Trenti is squaring off against Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, a former Tijuana mayor who is the candidate of a PAN-led coalition. The PAN first triumphed in Baja California in 1989 and since then has not lost a gubernatorial election in the state…

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