- Presidential Assurances. // Canada & the World Backgrounder;Sep2000, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p29
Discusses the transformation of the electoral system of Mexico. Details on the fraud and violence that prevailed in Mexican elections; Amount Mexico has spent in revamping the electoral system by 1994; Results of the 2000 presidential elections in Mexico.
- Campaign Sideshow in Mexico. Witt, Addison De // New Leader;May/Jun2000, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p6
Examines the status of the 2000 presidential election in Mexico. Information on the candidates; Reason behind the lawsuits filed against two of the top candidates; Status of the candidates' popularity despite the attacks given to them.
- ETHNICITY AND ELECTORAL CHOICE: MEXICAN AMERICAN VOTING BEHAVIOR IN THE CALIFORNIA 30TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Cain, Bruce E.; Kiewiet, D. Roderick // Social Science Quarterly (University of Texas Press);Jun1984, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p315
The 1982 election in California offers a unique natural experiment in ethnic and racial bloc voting. The race in the predominately Hispanic 30th Congressional District matched a well-financed Anglo Republican, John Rousselot, against an incumbent Hispanic, Marty Martinez. On the ballot with...
- Truncated Transnationalism: The Migrant Vote in the 2012 Mexican Presidential Election. F�LIX, ADRI�N // NACLA Report on the Americas;Winter2012, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p37
The article examines the migrant vote in the 2012 Mexican presidential election. According to the author, migrant voting in the Mexican presidential elections has been consistently low because the same institutional barriers that constricted the migrant vote in 2006 dampened migrant...
- The Mexican Elections and Their Impact on the Future of Hemispheric Drug Policy. // Washington Report on the Hemisphere;5/3/2012, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p2
The article explains how the preference for non-military solutions to the drug war by Latin American countries could affect 2012 elections throughout the Western Hemisphere, especially in Mexico. It says that Mexican voters will be choosing among three presidential candidates, each of whom...
- HISTORY, LATINOS, AND REDISTRICTING. Garza, Jose // Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy;Summer2001, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p125
Focuses on the historical effects of redistricting on Latinos in Texas. Exclusion of the Mexican American community from the Texas political process; History of racial discrimination on Latinos; Impact of the civil rights movement.
- BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE: TEXAS LATINOS AND REDISTRICTING IN 2001. Flores, Henry // Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy;Summer2001, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p137
Focuses on Mexican Americans and redistricting in Texas. Struggle of the incorporation of the Latino vote; Growth of the Latino community; Strategic advantage of the community to responsible persons in redistricting.
- The impact of district elections on the Mexican American community: The electoral perspective. Polinard, Jerry L.; Wrinkle, Robert D.; Longoria Jr., Tomás // Social Science Quarterly (University of Texas Press);Sep91, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p608
The article presents a study of ten Texas cities that examines whether a change from at-large to district elections affects both the number of Mexican American candidates who run for office and the number of Mexican American candidates who win elective office. The data suggests that following...
- THE PORFIRIATO AND THE REVOLUTION. Aykroyd, Clarissa // Government of Mexico;2003, p38
Despite his claims that he was against reelection, Mexican ruler Porfirio D�az remained in power until 1911. In 1880, he helped one of his generals, Manuel Gonzalez, to become president. D�az acted through Gonzalez as ruler, though he also allowed the new president to do things on his own...