A campaign flag, right, of presidential candidate Jude Célestin flies next to Haiti's national flag on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Célestin finished 2nd last year in the opening round of the presidential election, which was later annulled amid accusations of fraud. He is now one of 27 candidates vying to lead Haiti for the next five years in an election redo set for Nov. 20.
A campaign flag, right, of presidential candidate Jude Célestin flies next to Haiti's national flag on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Célestin finished 2nd last year in the opening round of the presidential election, which was later annulled amid accusations of fraud. He is now one of 27 candidates vying to lead Haiti for the next five years in an election redo set for Nov. 20. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
A campaign flag, right, of presidential candidate Jude Célestin flies next to Haiti's national flag on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Célestin finished 2nd last year in the opening round of the presidential election, which was later annulled amid accusations of fraud. He is now one of 27 candidates vying to lead Haiti for the next five years in an election redo set for Nov. 20. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

Of Haiti’s 27 presidential contenders, six have the best shot at the seat

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