Mexico Presidential Election "Too Close To Call" — How Do You Say "Dimpled Chad" In Spanish?

Here’s a quick update of the Mexican presidential election on this busy weekend (as long as you define “busy” as floating in the pool hoping the pizza guy shows up pretty soon so he can drop off the food and grab you another beer out of the fridge, all while struggling to not to deep-six the laptop).

Mexico’s election is still described as “too close to call.” Here’s the breakdown so far:

Felipe Calderon is at 44%, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is at 43%, and Pat Buchanan somehow has 13%.

This could get ugly.

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