Jaime Rodriguez, left, known as “El Bronco,” sits with his team as they wait for official results in the garden of a friend's ranch in Villa de Garcia, Mexico, Sunday, June 7, 2015. Rodríguez, an independent candidate, won his campaign to become governor of Mexico’s most prosperous border state, Nuevo Leon, home to the industrial hub of Monterrey.
Jaime Rodriguez, left, known as “El Bronco,” sits with his team as they wait for official results in the garden of a friend's ranch in Villa de Garcia, Mexico, Sunday, June 7, 2015. Rodríguez, an independent candidate, won his campaign to become governor of Mexico’s most prosperous border state, Nuevo Leon, home to the industrial hub of Monterrey. AP
Jaime Rodriguez, left, known as “El Bronco,” sits with his team as they wait for official results in the garden of a friend's ranch in Villa de Garcia, Mexico, Sunday, June 7, 2015. Rodríguez, an independent candidate, won his campaign to become governor of Mexico’s most prosperous border state, Nuevo Leon, home to the industrial hub of Monterrey. AP

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