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ELECTION 2012 | Turnout at only 20% early on Sunday

Candidates for governor of Carabobo state urge people to vote

Opposition governor and candidate for reelection of Carabobo state Henrique Salas Feo and his challenger, pro-government candidate Francisco Ameliach, cast their ballot

EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday December 16, 2012  04:36 PM
Candidates for governor of Carabobo state, opposition's Henrique Salas Feo, who is seeking reelection, and his challenger Francisco Ameliach, the candidate of ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela, urged people to cast their ballot.

Governor Salas Feo, accompanied by his wife and daughter went to La Salle polling station, north of Valencia, the capital of Carabobo state. After he voted, he urged people to go to the polls and ratify their wish of having a better future.

Meanwhile, pro-government candidate Francisco Ameliach, after exercising his right to vote at José Regino Peña voting center, south Valencia, asked people to go to polling stations "to exercise the sacred duty" of vote.
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