Presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso of the Creating Opportunities Party ( CREO ) waves to supporters at a polling station where he accompanied his running mate Juan Carlos Solines, not seen, to vote in Quito, Ecuador, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013. Lasso, a former Banco de Guayaquil executive president, is the leading opponent to President Rafel Correa who is highly favored to win a second re-election. Ecuadoreans elect president, vice-president and National Assembly members Sunday.(AP Photo/Dominique Riofrio)

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Presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso of the Creating Opportunities Party ( CREO ) waves to supporters at a polling station where he accompanied his running mate Juan Carlos Solines, not seen, to vote in Quito, Ecuador, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013.  Lasso, a former Banco de Guayaquil executive president,  is the leading opponent to President Rafel Correa who is highly favored to win a second re-election. Ecuadoreans  elect president,  vice-president and National Assembly members Sunday.(AP Photo/Dominique Riofrio)
Presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso of the Creating Opportunities Party ( CREO ) waves to supporters at a polling station where he accompanied his running mate Juan Carlos Solines, not seen, to vote in Quito, Ecuador, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013. Lasso, a former Banco de Guayaquil executive president, is the leading opponent to President Rafel Correa who is highly favored to win a second re-election. Ecuadoreans elect president, vice-president and National Assembly members Sunday.(AP Photo/Dominique Riofrio)
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