In this picture made available by Matteo Renzi election committee, Florence's Mayor Matteo Renzi casts his vote during a primary runoff, in Florence, Italy, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. Italians are choosing a center-left candidate for premier for elections early next year, an important primary runoff given the main party is ahead in the polls against a center-right camp in utter chaos over whether Silvio Berlusconi will run again. Sunday's runoff pits veteran center-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani, 61, against the 37-year-old mayor of Florence, Matteo Renzi, not shown, who has campaigned on an Obama-style "Let's change Italy now" mantra. (AP Photo/Matteo Renzi's election committee)

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In this picture made available by Matteo Renzi election committee, Florence's Mayor Matteo Renzi casts his vote during a primary runoff, in Florence, Italy, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. Italians are choosing a center-left candidate for premier for elections early next year, an important primary runoff given the main party is ahead in the polls against a center-right camp in utter chaos over whether Silvio Berlusconi will run again. Sunday's runoff pits veteran center-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani, 61, against the 37-year-old mayor of Florence, Matteo Renzi, not shown, who has campaigned on an Obama-style "Let's change Italy now" mantra. (AP Photo/Matteo Renzi's election committee)
In this picture made available by Matteo Renzi election committee, Florence's Mayor Matteo Renzi casts his vote during a primary runoff, in Florence, Italy, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. Italians are choosing a center-left candidate for premier for elections early next year, an important primary runoff given the main party is ahead in the polls against a center-right camp in utter chaos over whether Silvio Berlusconi will run again. Sunday's runoff pits veteran center-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani, 61, against the 37-year-old mayor of Florence, Matteo Renzi, not shown, who has campaigned on an Obama-style "Let's change Italy now" mantra. (AP Photo/Matteo Renzi's election committee)
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