Mexico Decides Live Blog
Allegations of fraud mar presidential election as some eighty million voters prepare to go to the polls
Political reforms in Mexico have made it much harder to steal an election, officials say. But a lot of people think you can still buy one.
As voters go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president, allegations are flying that candidates are offering money and swag, flouting campaign-spending limits in the process.
Most allegations are aimed at the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, which polls say holds a sizeable lead after being ousted from the top office by voters 12 years ago.
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