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  Peña Nieto projected winner in Mexican presidential vote
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Last EditedAndy  Jul 02, 2012 01:25am
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AuthorCatherine E. Shoichet
MediaTV News - CNN
News DateMonday, July 2, 2012 06:35:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionEnrique Peña Nieto is the projected winner of Mexico's presidential election, according to a quick count by election officials.

Representative samples from polling stations throughout the country gave Peña Nieto the lead, with between 37.93% and 38.55% of votes, the Federal Election Institute said.

The projected victory for Peña Nieto marks a triumphant return to power for the PRI, which controlled Mexico's presidency for more than 70 years, until the election of the National Action Party's Vicente Fox in 2000.
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