June 4, 2021

Candidates targeted ahead of Mexico’s midterm elections

How the results could impact the country's relations with the U.S. and Arizona.

Mexico’s midterm election on June 6 will see voters determine the outcomes of 15 gubernatorial races, 500 congressional seats and more than 20,000 state and local offices. But it’s been a violent election season with nearly 90 candidates murdered across the country. UA School of Government and Public Policy Assistant Professor Javier Osorio offered insight on what’s causing the upheaval.

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