Enrique Pena Nieto flashes his election ink-stained thumbs, accompanied by his wife Angelica Rivera and four of their six children: Paulina, left, Alejandro, second left, Regina, center, and Sofia, right, in Atlacomulco, Mexico.
Enrique Pena Nieto flashes his election ink-stained thumbs, accompanied by his wife Angelica Rivera and four of their six children: Paulina, left, Alejandro, second left, Regina, center, and Sofia, right, in Atlacomulco, Mexico. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Enrique Pena Nieto flashes his election ink-stained thumbs, accompanied by his wife Angelica Rivera and four of their six children: Paulina, left, Alejandro, second left, Regina, center, and Sofia, right, in Atlacomulco, Mexico. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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