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Final vote count in Bolivian election gives Morales outright win

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
A final vote tally by Bolivia's electoral board gave President Evo Morales an outright win in the first-round election on Thursday, with 47.07% of ballots compared to 36.51% for runner-up Carlos Mesa, data on the board's website showed.
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