Venezuela elections

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7:00 am
Mon April 15, 2013

Venezuelans Endure Long Journey, Bad Weather To Vote In Election

Ingrid and Fernando Yurdanet of Miami wave their Venezuelan flag at the voting center in Kenner.
Eileen Fleming WWNO

Venezuelans determined to vote in presidential election.

Although most Venezuelans living in the United States reside near Miami, they had to make the nearly 900-mile trek to New Orleans to cast a vote in an election to replace the late President Hugo Chavez. The journey and wet reception didn’t dampen the crowd’s enthusiasm.

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9:00 pm
Sat April 13, 2013

Venezuelan Voters Gathering For Election

Venezuelan voters throughout the southern United States set to cast ballots outside New Orleans.

Thousands of Venezuelan citizens living in the southern United States are gathering outside New Orleans to vote in their presidential election. The contest will decide the successor to the late Hugo Chavez, who died last month.

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7:00 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Venezuelans Head To Kenner To Cast Presidential Ballot

Thousands of Venezuelan citizens from throughout the South voted in their presidential election at the Convention Center in New Orleans last October.
Erin Krall WWNO

Venezuelans living in US can vote for president of their country on Sunday.

Thousands of Venezuelan citizens living in the southern United States are heading to Kenner this weekend. They’ll be casting ballots in their country’s presidential election.

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6:00 am
Mon October 8, 2012

Venezuelans Vote in New Orleans

Thousands of Venezuelan citizens throughout the South voted in their presidential election at the Convention Center in New Orleans.
Erin Krall WWNO

Thousands of Venezuelans living in the southern United States made their way to New Orleans to vote in their country’s presidential election. Despite the long and costly journey, they were celebrating.

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