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Mexican presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum arrives at her closing campaign rally at the Zocalo in Mexico City on May 29, 2024. Mexico's general election is set for Sunday. (Marco Ugarte/AP)
Mexican presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum arrives at her closing campaign rally at the Zocalo in Mexico City on May 29, 2024. Mexico’s general election is set for Sunday. (Marco Ugarte/AP)

Mexico likely to elect its first woman president Sunday. Here’s where Mexican nationals can vote in Chicago.

For the first time, Mexican nationals living in Illinois and northern Indiana can cast a vote in person at the Consulate General of Mexico of Chicago to decide who will succeed Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Read more here.

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