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|Party||Initials||Logo||Year founded||Senate seats won in 2012||
Chamber of Deputiesseats won in 2012
Institutional Revolutionary Party
|National Action Party||PAN||1939||38||114|
|Democratic Revolution Party||PRD||1989||22||100|
|New Alliance Party||PANAL||2005||2||10|
|National Regeneration Movement||Morena||2014||-||-|
|Humanist Front Party||PFH||2014||-||-|
|Social Encounter Party||PES||2014**||-||-|
* Due to low vote total in 1991, had to reregister as party, which it did under its current name in 1993.
** It has a history going back to 2001, and has run candidates in various states, including Baja California.