El voto en México, quiénes y cómo votamos 1910 – 2024

This year will be crucial for democracy: around four billion people, almost half of the world’s population, live in one of the 75 countries where elections will take place in 2024, including the United States, Russia, India, Great Britain, and, of course, Mexico.

MODO joins this global crusade by showcasing a selection from its collection of electoral propaganda, spanning over a century of electoral processes and the various ways in which political parties and their candidates have attempted to win the votes of Mexican citizens.

In the growing trend of political participation and the construction of a democratic system, the significance that citizens attribute to their votes in different circumstances has been crucial. There is no doubt that the participation of women has been decisive, as demonstrated in the 1958 election. Today, not only have women achieved full parity in the political electoral space, but for the first time in history, we are on the verge of having Mexico’s first female president.

This exhibition invites you to take a stroll through our political history through the objects on display.

Juan Manuel Aurrecoechea

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