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President-elect Jimmy Morales, of the National Front Convergence, delivers a speech next to his wife Hilda Marroquin, after winning the run-off election, in Guatemala City on October 25, 2015. Comedian Jimmy Morales jumped to a massive lead in Guatemala's presidential race Sunday, declaring victory after a campaign upended by a corruption scandal that felled the outgoing president. Morales, a comic actor and TV personality with no political experience, had 69 percent of the vote to 31 percent for former first lady Sandra Torres, with 94 percent of polling stations reporting.   AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images)
President-elect Jimmy Morales, of the National Front Convergence, delivers a speech next to his wife Hilda Marroquin, after winning the run-off election, in Guatemala City on October 25, 2015. Comedian Jimmy Morales jumped to a massive lead in Guatemala's presidential race Sunday, declaring victory after a campaign upended by a corruption scandal that felled the outgoing president. Morales, a comic actor and TV personality with no political experience, had 69 percent of the vote to 31 percent for former first lady Sandra Torres, with 94 percent of polling stations reporting.   AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images)

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