Patricia Terrazas casts her ballot in Ciudad Juarez in this year's Mexican presidential election. (Photo: Monica Ortiz Uribe)
Voters in the violence-plagued border city of Juarez are hopeful that a change at the top in Mexico will result in a reduction in drug crime on their doorstep. Reporter Monica Ortiz Uribe reports from Juarez.
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