Mexican Elex NPR's David Welna reports from Mexico City on the significance of yesterday's mid-term elections in Mexico, in which an opposition leader was elected mayor of the capital, and the ruling party lost control of one house of Congress for the first time in its nearly 70 years in power. Many believe the vote marks an important step forward in Mexico's move towards a truly democratic political system.

Mexican Elex

Mexican Elex

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NPR's David Welna reports from Mexico City on the significance of yesterday's mid-term elections in Mexico, in which an opposition leader was elected mayor of the capital, and the ruling party lost control of one house of Congress for the first time in its nearly 70 years in power. Many believe the vote marks an important step forward in Mexico's move towards a truly democratic political system.