Cuba heads to polls

A long voting process, where candidates are selected for a national legislature that, authorities say, will eventually elect Cuba's next president is underway.

A picture of Cuba's leader Fidel Castro, left, and Cuba's President Raul Castro, right,  are seen at a polling station while Cuban school children survey as another student casts the vote in the name of a sick person in Havana Sunday Oct. 21, 2012. Cubans are going to the polls Sunday to vote in municipal elections. A top executive of the Hotel Nacional said Sunday 86-year-old Fidel Castro appeared in public for the first time in months at the hotel Saturday challenging persistent rumors that the aging revolutionary is near death.(AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

A picture of Cuba's leader Fidel Castro, left, and Cuba's President Raul Castro, right, are seen at a polling station while Cuban school children survey as another student casts the vote in the name of a sick person in Havana Sunday Oct. 21, 2012. Cubans are going to the polls Sunday to vote in municipal elections. A top executive of the Hotel Nacional said Sunday 86-year-old Fidel Castro appeared in public for the first time in months at the hotel Saturday challenging persistent rumors that the aging revolutionary is near death.(AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

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