I've checked the headline: "Los primeros sondeos no definen un ganador de las elecciones ." The first results do not yet show a winner in the election. As I said, a lot of us here in Southern California are watching this closely.
Interesting anecdote, which I have found to be the rule more than the exception: Una amiga of mine, Sra. Hernandez, was telling me in church today about trying to find her mother a clothes washer in an American border town, down near Calexico. She approached the sales clerk at Walmart and asked, in English, "Do you have any appliances?" The woman stared at her, blankly. Mi amiga querida tried again, in English, saying, "You know - washing machines, dryers, microwaves, stuff like that?" Again, no response. She then asked, in Spanish, "You don't understand English, do you?" The sales clerk admitted that she did not. Mi amiga, con la gran indignación, then went on to tell this clerk in Spanish that the clerk had no right taking a job in America and that she had better learn some English since she was living en los Estados Unidos. I have talked to many Mexican-Americans who are fed up with illegal immigrants.
(BTW, this is why I love mi amiga and if her hijo doesn't become a priest as he says he wants to, I hope mi hija and him will marry, since mi amiga y yo already have the nuptial Mass planned at the Vatican and the combined families will be at her house on Christmas Eve for tamales and my house on Christmas Day for kielbasa.)