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date: 20 February 2020

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This article studies the changing dimensions of the national elections in Mexico. It starts with a section on the arrival of competitive multiparty elections, where it discusses the dynamics found in well-fought electoral campaigns. It then provides a survey on how Mexicans viewed elections, representation, and their role as political actors. It considers public involvement in nomination politics and the trends of voter participation in national elections, and introduces the concept of voto remoto. Finally, the article identifies changing elements of electoral choices.

Keywords: national elections, changing dimensions, competitive multiparty elections, electoral campaigns, political actors, public involvement, nomination politics, voter participation, voto remoto, electoral choices

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