The recent presidential elections in Mexico were historic. For the first time in almost a century, Mexico will not be ruled by its two major political parties. After running for office twice before, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a.k.a. AMLO, was elected Mexico’s first leftist president in decades, channeling anger at the nation’s elites and campaigning with a strong anti-corruption message. Latino USA’s María Hinojosa speaks with Mexican political analyst Denise Dresser about what this all means for Mexico’s future.