Despite an electorate craving change, candidates including the frontrunner, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, have avoided social issues

In both of Mexico’s last two presidential elections, Julieta Brambila voted for Andrés Manuel López Obrador because she supported his plans to tackle corruption, curb poverty and overturn “neoliberal” economic policies.

Polls ahead of this Sunday’s vote suggest that the silver-haired left-winger is finally on the brink of victory, but Brambila admits to some mixed feelings over his surprisingly conservative positions on social issues.

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