The people of the Mexican state of Chiapas will vote for their new governor today. The election is a closely-watched affair in Mexico, especially for members of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, also known as the PRI. After holding the office of the President for 71 years, the PRI lost that seat last month, and now they find themselves desperately in need of a win in Chiapas. N-P-R's Gerry Hadden reports.
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