Home Tags Elections
The “ley seca” or “dry law” will take effect on Saturday and will not be lifted until Monday, following Sunday’s midterm elections.
Living abroad is no excuse for not voting in the U.S. election. Photo: AP The U.S. mail is...
Women vote for the first time in Mexico in 1955. Photo: Courtesy Friday is the 65th anniversary of...
The July 1 election seems to have sent three times more women to municipal leadership in Yucatán than in 2015.
The PAN's Julián Zacarías Curi has apparently prevailed in the race to become the port city's next mayor.
The capital city's former mayor has declared victory in his pursuit of the governor's office, and his predecessor has returned to lead Mérida's municipal government.
A news verification outlet has partners with local papers across the country, ranging from Diario de Yucatán in Mérida to the national media behemoth Milenio, to fight "fake news."
After a rally at the Plaza Grande, leftist presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador played down the support that businessmen have offered to an opponent.
Yucatán's dry law mandates that alcohol sales are banned Friday at midnight until 11 a.m. Monday.
The four contenders for the presidency tussled over their visions for Mexico’s future just over two weeks before the country's general election.
All eyes are on the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya tonight when the final presidential debate takes place.
More than 1,000 guests are expected at the third and final debate among the nation's presidential candidates on Tuesday.
The third and final presidential debate on June 12 will put Mérida in the national spotlight, and officials are already making sure the White City looks good.
The first debate of Mexico's race for president arrives with a clear front-runner, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
On July 1, Mexico's general election will decide a record number of races, beginning with the presidential contest.
Early voting in the Russian presidential election over the weekend included 40 votes cast in Mérida.