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Mexican elections, 2007

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Mexican elections, 2007

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Mexico
Foreign relations

A number of elections on the local level are scheduled to take place in Mexico during 2007.

Local elections

Date State Voters have/will elected Main article Winner(s)
May 20, 2007 Yucatán Governor, State congress, 106 municipal presidents (mayors) Yucatán state election, 2007 PRI-led coalition (Governorship, 59 of 106 mayorships), PRI/PAN (4 of 10 deputies each)
July 1, 2007 Chihuahua State congress, 67 municipal presidents (mayors) Chihuahua state election, 2007 PRI-led coalition (47 of 67 mayorships, 15 of 22 deputies)
July 1, 2007 Durango State congress, 39 municipal presidents (mayors) Durango state election, 2007 PRI (19 of 39 mayorships, 12 of 17 deputies)
July 1, 2007 Zacatecas State congress, 58 municipal presidents (mayors) Zacatecas state election, 2007 PRI (26 of 57 mayorships), PRD (9 of 18 deputies)
August 5, 2007 Aguascalientes State congress, 11 municipal presidents (mayors) Aguascalientes state election, 2007 PRI (5 of 9 mayorships, 11 of 18 deputies)
August 5, 2007 Oaxaca State congress Oaxaca state election, 2007 PRI (25 of 25 deputies)
August 5, 2007 Baja California Governor, State congress, 5 municipal presidents (mayors) Baja California state election, 2007 PAN-led coalition (4 of 5 mayorships, 14 of 16 deputies)
September 2, 2007 Veracruz State congress, 210 municipal presidents (mayors) Veracruz state election, 2007 PRI (144 of 212 mayorships, 30 of 50 deputies)
October 7, 2007 Chiapas State congress, 118 municipal presidents (mayors) Chiapas state election, 2007 PRI (41 of 118 mayorships, 9 of 24 deputies [1])
October 7, 2007 Oaxaca 152 municipal presidents (vote) 418 municipal presidents (consensus) (mayors) Oaxaca state election, 2007 PRI (90 of 151 mayorships, 25 of 25 deputies)
October 14, 2007 Sinaloa State congress, 18 municipal presidents (mayors) Sinaloa state election, 2007 PRI (16 of 18 mayorships, 18 of 24 deputies [2])
November 11, 2007 Michoacán Governor, State congress, 113 municipal presidents (mayors) Michoacán state election, 2007 PRD (governorship, 10 of 24 electoral district deputies), PRI (50 mayorships, including the state capital) [3]
November 11, 2007 Puebla State congress, 217 municipal presidents (mayors) Puebla state election, 2007 PRI (215 municipal presidents [4], 24/25 of 26 electoral district deputies) [5]
November 11, 2007 Tamaulipas State congress, 43 municipal presidents (mayors) Tamaulipas state election, 2007 PRI (34 of 43 municipal presidents, 17 of 19 electoral district deputies) [6]
November 11, 2007 Tlaxcala State congress, 60 municipal presidents (mayors) Tlaxcala state election, 2007 PAN (15 of 19 electoral district deputies) [7]


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