Mexican general election, 1917
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General elections were held in Mexico on 11 March 1917.
It was the first time the President had been directly elected by the public, and resulted in an overwhelming victory for Venustiano Carranza of the Liberal Constitutionalist Party, who received 97.9% of the vote.
|Venustiano Carranza||Liberal Constitutionalist Party||727,305||97.9|
|Pablo González Garza||The Democratic League||11,615||1.7|