Fears abound ahead of close Venezuelan elections

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In this Sept. 27, 2012 photo, a poster of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez hangs on the door where Maria Perez carries her granddaughter out of the room where they live that was once a school room and is now part of a government provided shelter for families who lost their homes due to flooding, in Caracas, Venezuela. Fear of every stripe, like the loss of government housing like this one, permeates the intensely polarized election campaign, with many votes to be decided based not on the candidates' promises but rather on what worries people most. Chavez has continuously warning of chaos and the dismantling of the generous welfare state he built if he is voted out of office in the Oct. 7 vote. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)Venezuelan voters Luis Gustavo Marin and Dunia Nessi are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, but as Sunday's election draws closer they both fear what will happen if their candidate loses.

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