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3 mins ago

How to locate your box?

A man votes at a polling station in Texcoco, Mexico, on June 4, 2023, during the gubernatorial election in the State of Mexico. Credit: CLAUDIO CRUZ/AFP via Getty Images

In order for citizens to know the exact address of their polling place to vote, the INE made available to the public the web tool called "Locate your box".

This tool is available in each election process and, for Sunday's elections, was updated since mid-May, according to the INE.

Here's how to use it to know your box:

  • Enter https://ubicatucasilla.ine.mx/
  • Once there, you only need two more information: select your entity (State of Mexico or Coahuila) and write your electoral section number.
  • Then, click on "Search" and ready, the box where you have to vote will appear.

    1 hour ago

    80 special polling stations to receive the vote

    More than 15 million people in Coahuila and Edoméx will be able to cast their free vote in one of the 24,480 polling stations for the 2023 elections. According to the National Electoral Institute, 80 special polling stations will be available to receive the vote of citizens in transit and each one will have a thousand ballots.

    ➡️ Today, in #Coahuila and #Edomex 80 special polling stations will be available to receive the vote of citizens in transit and each one will have a thousand ballots. #Elecciones2023MX pic.twitter.com/bAYIVaBIoW

    — @INEMexico (@INEMexico) June 4, 2023

    2 hours ago

    What time do the polls close?

    Voters who will participate in local elections and attend the polls should take into account the close of voting.

    The National Electoral Institute (INE) reported that the polls in the State of Mexico and Coahuila will be open from 8 in the morning and will close at 18:00 p.m. local time. And polling places close when there are no more people in line.

    Hours for external voting

    Mexicans living abroad have three voting methods, which also have a deadline.

    Electronic voting: It is done through the Internet and is available from May 20 and will close on June 4 before 18:00 TCM. This vote will be made through the Voting System (SIVEI).

    Postal vote: to vote through this modality, people had to register previously with the INE. The postal vote is enabled between April 27 and May 10, when the INE sent the ballots to the address. Throughout the month of May, the vote had to be cast and sent back to the INE, until June 3 at 8:00 a.m. Votes will be counted on June 4.

    In-person voting: In-person voting for foreigners is enabled in the U.S. (Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles) and Canada (Montreal) from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time. In Los Angeles, consulates will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time.

    To opt for this option, people had to register before March 10, 2023.

    2 hours ago

    Elections in the State of Mexico: what's at stake

    Why are elections important in the State of Mexico? 3:09

    The June 4 elections in the State of Mexico summon the entity with the largest electoral roll in the country to define a new governor, something unprecedented.

    There are 12,676,625 citizens eligible to vote in the elections, according to the National Electoral Institute (INE).

    The candidates for governor of the State of Mexico are Delfina Gómez —from the allied candidacy of the Morena, PT and PVEM parties— and Alejandra del Moral, from the Va por el Estado de México coalition of the PAN, PRI, PRD and Nueva Alianza Estado de México parties.

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