Mexicans will elect 128 senators, 500 deputies, six governors, the mayor of Mexico City, and their new president tomorrow. Some of these key local races will have implications for the new president's mandate, and the governing party's ability to pass much needed reforms.
The Mexican government cannot afford the luxury of ignoring what is happening on immigration reform in the big and powerful North. And yet, it has taken a passive attitude. There are good historical reasons for this, but not a good one today.
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