A water-damaged campaign poster lies amidst clothes and other household goods outside a home destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in a seaside fishing neighborhood of Port Salut, Haiti, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Oct. 9 was the date set for Haiti's presidential elections, but they were postponed after Hurricane Matthew.
A water-damaged campaign poster lies amidst clothes and other household goods outside a home destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in a seaside fishing neighborhood of Port Salut, Haiti, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Oct. 9 was the date set for Haiti's presidential elections, but they were postponed after Hurricane Matthew. Rebecca Blackwell AP
A water-damaged campaign poster lies amidst clothes and other household goods outside a home destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in a seaside fishing neighborhood of Port Salut, Haiti, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Oct. 9 was the date set for Haiti's presidential elections, but they were postponed after Hurricane Matthew. Rebecca Blackwell AP

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