Key Dates

July

  • 7/4: Elections in 14 states: Aguascalientes, Chihuahua, Durango, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, and Zacatecas (governors, congress, and mayors); Baja California (mayors and congress only); and Chiapas (congress only)

September

  • 9/1: Presidential Informe; start of new congressional session
  • 9/8: Deadline for presenting Budget to Congress
  • 9/15: 200th Anniversary of Independence

October

  • 10/20: Deadline for passing Revenue Law in Chamber
  • 10/31: Deadline for passing Revenue Law in Senate

November

  • 11/15: 100th Anniversary of the Revolution
  • 11/15: Deadline for passing Expenditure Law
  • 11/29 – 12/11: UN Climate Change Conference (COP16), Cancún

December

  • 12/15: End of the congressional session

January 2011

  • 1/30: Guerrero gubernatorial election

February

  • 2/6: Baja California Sur elections

July

  • 7/3: Elections in Coahuila, Mexico State, Nayarit, and Guerrero (mayors only)

October

  • 10/2: Guerrero congress and mayoral elections

November

  • 11/13: Michoacán elections