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UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content.Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. New Format of the Voter Identification Card In May 2014, the government-owned Mexican press agency NOTIMEX reported that a new format of the voter identification card would be issued starting July 2014 (NOTIMEX ).There were 5,141 ballots that came from Texas and 239 from New Mexico, according to INE.Among the regulations that some have blamed for the dampening turnouts was the need to have an updated voter ID card to register to vote.During the 2012 electoral process there was a slight turnout increase.There were a total of 40,714 votes from Mexicans living abroad, of which 70 percent were from those living in the United States.The change came after Mexican immigrant rights groups in the United States lobbied Mexico’s Congress and fought to convince Mexican election officials. Also, the electoral system, led by the former Federal Electoral Institute, or IFE, made regulations so burdensome that not even 1 percent of the estimated 11.5 million Mexicans living legally or illegally in the U. at that time turned out to cast their vote in the 2006 presidential election.
Meanwhile, those interested in having a voting ID card will need to apply as soon as they can.
Of the total, 70 percent of the votes - about 22,800 ballots — came from the United States, the organization said.
Mexicans living in Texas — the state where most Mexicans reside in the United States followed by California — accounted for 4,127 of the votes, INE adds.
Voting from abroad will still be through certified mail.
However, there is a possibility of allowing in-person voting at the consulates and embassies by 2018, Corona Rodríguez said.“We are exploring the use of voting machines,” she said, adding that the agency is currently creating a secure system to use machines.