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Official results of Mexico's July 7 elections show that the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party received 11.6 million votes, or 65% of the total, compared with 2.7 million, or 15%, won by the opposition National Action Party. The ruling party won 292 of the 300 seats filled in the lower house of Congress. National Action won six and the remaining two went to the tiny Authentic Party of the Mexican Revolution.

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