MEXICO: Election Returns

Mexico went to the polls last Sunday to elect seven governors and the 147 mem bers of its Chamber of Deputies. The day was warm, picnics popular, voting light and the closing days of the campaign comparatively dull. Results: two dead; eleven wounded; five students beaten; a woman arrested for shin-kicking her husband's opponent; the incumbent P.R.M. (Party of the Mexican Revolution) apparent winner of approximately 140 seats.


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