Experts say not one of the candidates has a detailed strategy to pacify a country that has suffered more than 200,000 murders since 2007

When Arnoldo Cuéllar kicked off his reporting career in Guanajuato in the mid-1980s, mass graves, decapitations and political assassinations were not part of his patch.

“It was a calm place back then,” reminisced the 57-year-old Mexican journalist.

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