Emotional Venezuelans came out to support their president Sunday at the Simon Bolivar square in Caracas, a day after Mr. Chavez announced that his cancer had returned. “With the grace of God, we’ll come out victorious,” he told his people. (Associated Press)
Mr. Capriles, trying to keep Mr. Chavez from another six years in office, kisses his ballot before putting it in a box Sunday in Caracas. He counters the incumbent’s socialist goals with promises of free-market reforms. (Associated Press)
Mr. Chavez kisses the forehead of his daughter, Rosa Virginia, at the presidential palace in Caracas. The socialist president said that he has faith in a "miracle," as he undergoes radiation therapy in Cuba following two surgeries to remove pelvic tumors.