Summary of Fraude electoral 1910

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In the 1910 Mexican elections, fraud was rampant and election results were often manipulated. Anti-reelectionists used various tactics to win elections, including producing fake ballots and shutting down election officials' credentials. Election day was often marred by chaos and violence.

  • 00:00:00 In 1910, elections for all states were determined under the voice of one man, Don Bigotes. 10 years earlier, elections for all states were set under the voice of one man, Don Bigotes. This allocation of voting power killed two birds with one stone - paying loyalty and having to take care of people who didn't agree with the government that prevailed. This started Madero's fight for democracy and in two elections, the election of his hometown of San Pedro de las Colonias and the state of Coahuila, both resulted in complete failures. Miguel Cárdenas, the official candidate, won the elections. However, the elections of 1910 were a great education for Madero, leading him to the 1910 Presidential Elections. Last week, we talked about the preparatory phase for the Presidential Elections of 1910. Madero was learned from and the elections were won by Don Fish, but it turns out that said elections were imputed and the anti-reelectionist clubs presented a document where they gave their reasons for why they considered the elections to be invalid if they had between 8 and 10 thousand pesos. They can obtain a copy of this memorial at Morton's house, and that's what I'm going to talk to you today - any similarity
  • 00:05:00 In 1910, the Mexican government was in communication with political leaders and with police chiefs to keep track of anti-reelectionists. One method anti-reelectionists used to try and win an election quickly and undetectedly was to produce fake ballots. 9 On election day, a police officer brought in a roll of fake ballots and put them in the hands of the president, telling him one way or another that he was sending them on behalf of the political leader. 10 The president of a municipal or political leader who was realistic and drove around town to attend election-day ceremonies was the only one who could deal with any emergency. 11 In some cities, there were only a few election-day booths. 12 There was a systematic fear of known anti-reelectionists before the elections, and they were released shortly after they were elected. 13 On election day, there was an illegal shutdown of the election official's credentials in numerous cases. 14 There was an embracement of urns by hundreds of election officials on election day. All of this took place in September 1910, and the response from the court issued on September 10, 1910, was that the signatories of the September 1,

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