2024 comes a-knockin'
Wow sounds like Mexico is ahead of the US in accepting / supporting women leaders and in striving to be more data driven. They are working towards a scientist leader while US rewards actors and fake news... A stark difference. Yikes! Another interesting article Mike!
I'm merely a temporary resident (though proud), so no vote for me, but I'm paying close attention to this upcoming Presidential election. I appreciate the in depth look at Mrs. Claudia, IMPRESSIVE person.
The great thing that I see here is that Mexico is changing enough in a progressive direction that a woman can run for president and maybe even win. Hopefully so. I think the energy shift would be awesome.
Also, I like that in Mexico a president can focus on their vision (whether you agree with it or not) right out of the gate because that tangle of re-election worries isn't holding you back. Maybe I'm just a curmudgeon, but it seems too many politicians in the states spend most of their time doing nothing but running for their next election.
And - nothing to do with presidents or politics - but it must be nice to have a ferretería right down the street, Mike. I have to go a few km, though it's not too bad. :)
Great article as usual Mike, Do you think there's a difference between the EsClaudia phenomenon and those that followed Jacinda Ardern and Sanna Marin.