Mexico holds its presidential election on July 1. The main issues are the rampant violence associated with the drug war, and whether the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) returns to power. The PRI ruled Mexico from 1929 to 2000, before being ousted by the current ruling National Action Party (PAN). Also in the race: the leftist Democratic Revolution Party (PRD). Reporter Myles Estey profiles three Mexican voters and their respective political choices.
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