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  • Heritage in Honduras: Observing the Election Part 1

    As Hondurans head to the polls tomorrow, November 29th, in an historic election with consequences for the entire region, Heritage’s Izzy Ortega is on the ground as an official election observer. Follow his updates on Twitter (twitter.com/izzyortega) and watch his first video update below:

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qXV9QikQAQ[/youtube]

    Posted in International [slideshow_deploy]

    3 Responses to Heritage in Honduras: Observing the Election Part 1

    1. Vance, Tegucigalpa says:

      Hey, I'm sorry I just found this site. I'm free tomorrow and I'm in Tegucigalpa. Let me know if I can be useful. Sorry if I'm posting this is the wrong spot.

      Vance

    2. Pingback: Heritage in Honduras: Observing the Election Part 1 | Conservative Principles Now

    3. Pingback: A New Chapter Dawns for Honduras | Conservative Principles Now

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