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A voter was marked yesterday in a presidential tally deemed too close to call.

Mexico vote locked in a tense tie

Winner won't be known for days, officials say

By Indira A. R. Lakshmanan
Globe Staff / July 3, 2006

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MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's presidential election was too close to call this morning, after yesterday's nationwide vote produced what electoral officials declared a dead heat between a leftist crusader for the poor and the conservative ruling party's candidate. (Full article: 877 words)

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