Foreign News: Mexican Election

The approximate defeat of Huerta marks the end of the first unsuccessful organized attempt at revolution in Mexican history. The normal campaign for the Presidential elections on July 6 was resumed.

On Dec. 6, prior to the rebellion, there were eight formal candidates for Mexican President:

1) PLUTARCO ELIAS CALLES, General in the Army, onetime Secretary of Gubernacion (Interior), onetime Secretary of War, close friend of President Obregon.

2) ADOLFO DE LA HUERTA, onetime provisional President of the Republic, onetime Secretary of the Treasury, one-time Governor of the State of Sonora, until his rebellion...

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