Mexico's presidential candidates have wrapped up their campaigns with huge rallies ahead of Sunday's election. Front-runner Enrique Pena Nieto appeared in Toluca, while his nearest rival Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador addressed supporters in Mexico City.
Josefina Vazquez Mota, bidding to be the first female president, closed her campaign in Guadalajara.
Mexicans will also be voting for a new congress and several state governors in the election.
Wednesday's rallies capped a long, expensive and at times bitter election campaign, which officially began three months ago.
For Mr Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and Mr Lopez Obrador of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), it was the official end of an electoral push that dates back many more months.
Both made their intention to run clear last year.
Josefina Vazquez Mota of the governing National Action Party (PAN) and outsider Gabriel Quadri de la Torre of the New Alliance (PANAL) joined the race more recently
Mr Pena Nieto, who has maintained a double-digit lead according to most opinion polls, addressed supporters in Toluca, capital of the State of Mexico where he is the former governor.
"My priority will be to tackle the poverty in our country at its roots," he said.
Mr Pena Nieto has presented himself as the new face of the PRI, which governed Mexico uninterrupted for 71 years before being defeated in 2000.
"We are going to win the presidency again," Mr Lopez Obrador told his supporters in Mexico City's central square, the Zocalo.
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