Mexicans voted on Saturday in the nation’s largest election in history, which saw all 500 seats in the lower house of Congress, nearly half the state governorships and almost 20,000 local offices go to polls. The election is being seen as a referendum on President López Obrador, who critics fear will further centralize power and gain control of courts and regulatory agencies. NPR Correspondent Carrie Kahn joins for more.
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