Mexicans Protesters Take A Stand Outside Electoral Office
With coverage across the border yesterdays violence comes just two days before the votes for their new president to replace Felipe Calderon who waged a five and a half year battle against drug cartels.
Police have not confirmed a motive for the explosion. But meanwhile Mexican military is guarding ballots and other election materials sent to precincts.
Over 600 international observers are on hand to monitor the voting for fraud. Over 143 thousand voting station are being set up for the election.
There were protesters in front of the electoral offices claiming the presidential front-runner was buying votes.