Literally empty polls in Chavez' Venezuela
Publius Pundit's A.M. Mora y Leon traveled to Caracas, Venezuela to observe the congressional elections first hand.
I'm blogging live from Caracas, and today I saw utterly empty polling stations, one after another...
Clearly, removing Hugo Chavez from power will be far more difficult (and costly) for Venezuelans than election abstention. But the apparent effect of the Venezuelans' displeasure (or, as Chavez claims, 'American meddling') is, nonetheless, worthy of note here.