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  • Heritage in Honduras: Long Lines in Tegucigalpa

    Heritage’s Izzy Ortega has been in Honduras this week as part of the corps of impartial international observers documenting the presidential election today in Honduras. Reporting from Tegucigalpa, Izzy reports he has seen long lines and high turnout all day. Watch:

    You can also follow Izzy’s Honduras coverage on Twitter (twitter.com/izzyortega).

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    3 Responses to Heritage in Honduras: Long Lines in Tegucigalpa

    1. Expatyank Siguatepe says:

      Finally someone who is just reporting what he/she is seeing.. I live across the street from a polling station. Other than a traffic jam from all the voters it has been a very quiet day.

    2. Pingback: A New Chapter Dawns for Honduras | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News.

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

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