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Margarita Zavala - WikipediaMargarita Zavala de Calderón is a Mexican lawyer and politician. She is the wife of the former President of Mexico Felipe Calderón and served as the First Lady of Mexico during her husband's tenure. She has been registered as an independent candidate for the presidency of Mexico since 12 October 2017. Contents. [hide].

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Mexico ex-first lady leaves opposition party for presidency bid — 6 Oct 2017 MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Former Mexican first lady Margarita Zavala, a leading contender to become president herself, said on Friday she was breaking with her party, deepening divisions in the opposition ahead of the 2018 presidential election. Zavala, wife of former President

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Margarita Zavala (@Mzavalagc) | Twitter — 5742 tweets • 1060 photos/videos • 1.3M followers. "Estuve en Veracruz y Orizaba juntando firmas por un futuro mejor para México. Sigamos trabajando para asegurar una opción ciudadana en la boleta. ¡Firma ya! http://t.co/ 0HDsUibNHv http://t.co/J6R9EGpQ1i"

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Mexico's former first lady offers break from corrupt rule — 23 Oct 2017 An experienced if unexciting former first lady faces off against a passionate populist who shoots from the hip. Déjà vu all over again, this time in Mexico? Margarita Zavala, who like Hillary Clinton is a lawyer, former legislator and presidential consort, is expected to square off against Andrés Manuel López 

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Former Mexican First Lady Margarita Zavala announces presidential — 15 Jun 2015 Former First Lady of Mexico Margarita Zavala has announced that she would seek to emulate her husband Felipe Calderon's success by running for the presidency in 2018. Calderon was in power from 2006 to 2012.

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Margarita Zavala: Will Americans let Trump destroy US-Mexico — 7 Mar 2017 Margarita Zavala is a former congresswoman and first lady of Mexico and is a contender for the Mexican presidency in 2018. Almost two months into the Trump administration, the United States has a choice. Does it want to continue a strong partnership with Mexico? Or will it throw away years of a