In this Oct. 3, 2015 photo, a man pastes to a pole a campaign poster of presidential candidate Mathias Pierre, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Cities and towns across Haiti are plastered with colorful campaign ads, leaving voters struggling to differentiate a swarm of candidates who grin from posters, banners and billboards slapped on nearly everything that doesn't move and a few that do. In the first round of Haiti's presidential vote on Oct. 25, voters will choose from a field of 54 candidates.
In this Oct. 3, 2015 photo, a man pastes to a pole a campaign poster of presidential candidate Mathias Pierre, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Cities and towns across Haiti are plastered with colorful campaign ads, leaving voters struggling to differentiate a swarm of candidates who grin from posters, banners and billboards slapped on nearly everything that doesn't move and a few that do. In the first round of Haiti's presidential vote on Oct. 25, voters will choose from a field of 54 candidates. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
In this Oct. 3, 2015 photo, a man pastes to a pole a campaign poster of presidential candidate Mathias Pierre, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Cities and towns across Haiti are plastered with colorful campaign ads, leaving voters struggling to differentiate a swarm of candidates who grin from posters, banners and billboards slapped on nearly everything that doesn't move and a few that do. In the first round of Haiti's presidential vote on Oct. 25, voters will choose from a field of 54 candidates. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

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