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Mexican elections, 2009

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Mexican elections, 2009

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

A number of elections, both federal and local, are scheduled to take place in Mexico during 2009.

2009 Legislative elections

Legislative elections were held on 5 July 2009.[1] Voters elected 500 new deputies (300 first-past-the-post and 200 by proportional representation) to sit in the Chamber of Deputies for the 61st Congress.

Local elections

Date State Voters have/will elected Main article Winner(s)
February 1, 2009 Quintana Roo Quintana Roo state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Campeche Campeche state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Colima Colima state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Mexican Federal District Legislative assembly, Boroughs mayors Mexico federal district election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Guanajuato Guanajuato state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Jalisco Municipalities, state congress Jalisco state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Nuevo León Governor, Municipalities, State congress Nuevo León state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Querétaro Governor, Municipalities, State congress Querétaro state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 San Luis Potosí Governor, Municipalities, State congress San Luis Potosí state election, 2009
July 5, 2009 Sonora Governor, Municipalities, State congress Sonora state election, 2009
September 24, 2009 Coahuila Municipalities Coahuila state election, 2009
October 18, 2009 Tabasco Municipalities, State congress Tabasco state election, 2009

References

  1. ^ http://www.mherrera.org/elections.htm


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