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Venezuelan Voters Wait in Long Lines for Presidential Electioni
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Brian Padden
October 07, 2012 7:50 PM
There are long lines at Venezuelan polling stations as voters wait to cast their ballots in the tightly contested presidential election between President Hugo Chavez and his opponent Henrique Capriles, a former state governor. VOA'S Brian Padden has more from Caracas.

Venezuelan Voters Wait in Long Lines for Presidential Election

Brian Padden

Published October 07, 2012

There are long lines at Venezuelan polling stations as voters wait to cast their ballots in the tightly contested presidential election between President Hugo Chavez and his opponent Henrique Capriles, a former state governor. VOA'S Brian Padden has more from Caracas.


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