Runoff dance-off: Which candidate boogies better?
Politicians have vied for the highest office in Costa Rica since the 19th century, showcasing their intelligence, leadership, and charisma for all to see. But one presidential skill remains untested: the ability to dance.
The Tico Times caught both runoff candidates during moments of celebration, when their dancing abilities were on full display. It turns out each man has the capacity to cut a rug when the moment calls for it. But who has the better groove? Who, indeed, got served?
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