Demonstrators hold defaced campaign posters of presidential hopeful Manuel Baldizon, of the Democratic Freedom Revival Party, as they demand election reform in Guatemala City, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, the day before general elections. Voters will go to the polls Sunday for normally scheduled general elections less than a week after Otto Perez Molina resigned as president. The signs read in Spanish: "It's not your turn," top left, and "Corrupt." (AP Photo/Moises Castillo) (The Associated Press)
Jimmy Morales, presidential candidate for the National Front of Convergence party, listens to a question at a press conference in Guatemala City, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, one day before elections. Voters go to the polls Sunday for normally scheduled general elections, less than a week after Otto Per...
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