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Haitians voting in their 2016 elections

PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI – (CARIBUPDATE/Nov 21, 2016) - Haiti waited overnight for the results of a re-run presidential election held on Sunday in the impoverished Caribbean country, which has been in political limbo for over a year and is still reeling from a devastating hurricane.

PRESIDENT Barack Obama is planning to head to Miami this week for a rally at Florida Memorial University, working to shore up votes in a key state for the Hillary Clinton campaign.

The Clinton campaign is growing increasingly nervous that a lack of enthusiasm among Florida’s black community could cost them the state. Against this backdrop, skepticism toward the Democratic presidential nominee within Florida’s Haitian-American community threatens to exacerbate that problem.

PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI (MIAMI HERALD/Aug 29, 2016) - Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide made a rare public appearance on the streets of Haiti Monday, hailing streets merchants, greeting hotel workers and calling on Haitians to help him bring dignity back to the country.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CARIBUPDATE/Aug 17, 2016) — Haitian electoral authorities on Wednesday released details of a $55 million budget to organize a redo of an annulled presidential election that will not be underwritten by the U.S. or monitored by EU observers.

Port-au-Prince (CARIBUPDATE/Aug 30, 2016) - Former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide made a rare public appearance to support his party's presidential candidate.

PORT-AU-PRINCE (CARIBUPDATE/Aug 24, 2016) - Haiti officially kicked off its campaign season for parliamentary and presidential elections in October after first-round presidential voting results last year were scrapped because of massive electoral fraud and violence.

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