Spain's Ohio Reveals Anxious Nation as Old Certainties Fade

  • Election signals end to historic duopoly that governed Spain
  • Citizens of Aragon divided over loyalties with new options

Pro-market newcomers Ciudadanos and the Socialists are neck and neck for second place, which could give them a legitimate chance to end up running the country anyway. Podemos are close behind in fourth.

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On a sunny morning in Jaca, a small town in northern Spain, pensioners Mariano Campo and Lucas Marquez are arguing again. Usually they fight about soccer -- this time, it’s politics.

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