There is another election today: voters are going to the polls in Haiti, where former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide is running for another full term. Opposition candidates are boycotting the election, citing fraud. Voters have been scared away from polls due to a spate of explosions from homemade bombs around Haiti's capital. Host Lisa Simeone talks to NPR's Gerry Hadden from Port au Prince.
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