Patricia Terrazas casts her ballot for the Mexican presidential election in Ciudad Juárez. She is both a Mexican citizen and a U.S. resident who lives and works in El Paso, Texas.
Credit Monica Ortiz Uribe
At a special polling station for out-of-town voters near the U.S.-Mexico border, people waited up to three hours to cast their ballot Sunday. Some voters at this station held dual citizenship in the United States and Mexico.
On Sunday, voters delivered a robust victory to Enrique Peña Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI. After a 12-year absence the party that ruled Mexico for seven decades will once again lead the country.