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July 4, 2010 4:06 PM

Drug war casts dark shadow over Mexico voting

Presumed enforcers for drug gangs hung four bodies from overpasses before dawn on Sunday in Chihuahua, the capital of a violence-wracked state that borders Texas and New Mexico as Mexicans voted in state and local elections that will be a gauge of disaffection with President Felipe Calderon's bloody war against drug gangs.

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