The PRI fell just short of the majority, but they hit the magic number with the Green Party. The PAN came up way short of the 168 that gives them veto power over the budget in the Chamber of Deputies, winding up with just 144 votes. The PRD managed just 69 seats. The PRD did win in most of Mexico City, as they usually do, winning 12 of 16 delegations. They lost Miguel Hidalgo, where the PAN's Demetrio Sodi earned a come-from-behind (in the polls) victory over Olympic medalist Ana Guevara. AMLO's candidate, the PT's Rafael Acosta, won in Iztapalapa, which means the seat will go to Clara Brugada.
The PAN also lost five of the six gubernatorial races, including states where they had been in power (Querétaro and San Luis Potosí), with only Sonora, where a winner has not been announced, remaining as a potential PAN consolation.
The null vote was the option for just below 6 percent of voters, and just under 11 percent in Mexico City.
Graphic courtesy of Excélsior.