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STORY: The party that ruled Mexico for most of the past century looked set for a comeback on Sunday as voters chose a new president, seeking an end to a brutal drugs war and weak economic growth that have worn down the ruling conservatives.
Early Sunday morning PRD presidential candidate Manuel Lopez Obrador cast his vote in the hotly contested race in Mexico.
Final polls showed Pena Nieto winning 40-45 percent of the vote, Lopez Obrador close to 30 percent with Vazquez Mota not far behind. . The one with the most votes wins, with no need for a second round.