The Associated Press Venezuelans head to New Orleans to vote USA TODAY DORAL, Florida (AP) — Thousands of Venezuelans have begun making their way from Miami to New Orleans by car, bus and plane to vote in their homeland's presidential election Sunday.
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Venezuelans Head to New Orleans to Vote ABC News Thousands of Venezuelans have begun making their way from Miami to New Orleans by car, bus and plane to vote in their homeland's presidential election Sunday. With just six weeks of preparation, Venezuelans in Florida have organized to raise money, … Heading by bus from Weston to New Orleans Sun-Sentinel (blog) Venezuelans flocking to New Orleans for vote on Hugo Chavez' successor NOLA.com Orlando-area Venezuelans see Sunday's presidential election as crucial Orlando Sentinel all 11 news articles
Chavez's try to be savior of poor floundered in US MiamiHerald.com NEW ORLEANS — In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez offered to send thousands of soldiers, firefighters and volunteers to help with the cleanup. He also pledged $1 million in aid plus fuel to help rebuild hard-hit …
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NOLA.com Venezuelan presidential election ended disappointingly for many expatriates … NOLA.com Most Venezuelan expatriates who trekked to New Orleans to vote in the country's presidential election Sunday woke up optimistic that their candidate would unseat longtime President Hugo Chavez, a socialist
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Venezuelan election: Venezuelans descend on New Orleans consulate to vote … – ABC7Chicago.com
Bradenton Herald Venezuelans cast votes for president in Louisiana Bradenton Herald Adrea Leon holds a sign saying she supports the elections in Venezuela as she boards one of fifty buses traveling to New Orleans from Miami to vote in the Venezuelan election Saturday Oct. 6th, 2012. The Venezuelan government closed the down its ..
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Orlando Sentinel Venezuelans in Orlando area head to New Orleans to vote in home country's … Orlando Sentinel The Diazes have to travel to New Orleans because the Venezuelan consulate in Miami, which had been their polling station, closed earlier this year in what some consider an effort by Chavez to inconvenience voters that oppose him.
NOLA.com Venezuelan expats charter planes, buses to vote – in New Orleans Reuters MIAMI, Oct 2 (Reuters) – Thousands of Venezuelan expatriates living in the United States are so eager to see President Hugo Chavez ousted from power that they plan to travel to New Orleans this week to vote against him. “It's a small price to pay … Venezuelan voters to flock to New Orleans for presidential election this weekend NOLA.com Miami-Based Venezuelans To Vote In New Orleans After Consulate Closed By ..
Golden State Warriors acquire Jarrett Jack from New Orleans Hornets in three … – Marin Independent-Journal
NOLA.com Golden State Warriors acquire Jarrett Jack from New Orleans Hornets in three … Marin Independent-Journal New Orleans Hornets' Jarrett Jack (2) smiles from the bench as his teamamtes beat the Golden State Warriors in the fourth quarter of an NBA game at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, March 28, 2012.