Todos por México

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Everyone for Mexico
Todos por México
Party Presidents PRI logo (Mexico).svg Enrique Ochoa Reza
PVE logo (Mexico).svg Carlos Alberto Puente Salas
PNA logo (Mexico).svg Luis Castro Obregón  [ es ]
Presidential Candidate José Antonio Meade
Founded15 December 2017 (2017-12-15) [1]
Dissolved28 August 2018
Ideology Liberalism
Green conservatism
Political position Centre to centre-right
Seats in the Chamber of Deputies
63 / 500
Seats in the Senate of the Republic
21 / 128

Everyone for Mexico (Spanish : Todos por México), was a political coalition encompassing the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), New Alliance (PANAL), and the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico (PVEM) to compete in the 2018 Mexican general election led by the presumptive nominee José Antonio Meade Kuribreña. The campaign was previously known as Meade Ciudadano por México (Citizen Meade for Mexico) until INE deemed unconstitutional the usage of the name of a political candidate within the name of a coalition, stating that allowing it would make Meade receive extra benefit from every piece of propaganda of the coalition. [2]


Following the election, the New Alliance Party was dissolved because of failure to reach the 3% electoral threshold. [3] [4] On 28 August 2018, the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico announced it was leaving Everyone for Mexico, thus ending the coalition. [5] [6]

Presidential elections

Election yearCandidateVotes %OutcomeNotes
2018 José Antonio Meade 9,289,85316.41Red x.svg Lost

Congressional elections

Chamber of Deputies

Election yearConstituencyPR# of seatsPositionPresidencyNote
votes %votes %
2018 13,349,43023.8513,397,30423.80
63 / 500
Opposition Andrés Manuel López Obrador Morena logo (Mexico).svg Tallies added from INE District Count.


Election yearConstituencyPR# of seatsPositionPresidencyNote
votes %votes %
2018 12,793,37122.7612,848,84822.67
21 / 128
Opposition Andrés Manuel López Obrador Morena logo (Mexico).svg Tallies added from INE District Count.

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Content in this edit is from the existing Spanish Wikipedia article at Meade Ciudadano por México; see its history for attribution. Formatting follows.

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