No one got a majority. Tally sheets give free-marketeer Felipe Calderon a tiny edge. Anti-poverty crusader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he was robbed.
Thousands filled the Mexican capitol's main square over the weekend to protest. No president-elect has been declared. What should the United States hope for here?
Hear about Mexico's contested election, and what the outcome means for the USA.
Dudley Althaus, Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times
Pamela Starr, Latin-America, Mexico Analyst at Eurasia Group
Manuel Suarez-Mier, Professor of Economics and Finance at American University
Ilan Stavans, author of "The Hispanic Condition."
This program aired on July 10, 2006.