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PHOTOS: Final pre-election activities for Costa Rica’s candidates

April 1, 2018

Costa Rican presidential candidates Fabricio Alvarado, from the National Restoration Party (PRN), and Carlos Alvarado, from the Citizen Action Party (PAC), spent the last days before the April 1 runoff engaged in last-minute campaign activities. Take a look at their final events and time with family.

Check out our full election coverage here.

Costa Rican presidential candidate, Fabricio Alvarado, of the National Restoration Party (PRN), is surrounded by children during his visit to the headquarters of the nonprofit organization Works of the Holy Spirit, in San Jose on March 31, 2018, on the eve of country's runoff election.
Costa Rican presidential candidate, Fabricio Alvarado, of the National Restoration Party (PRN), is surrounded by children during his visit to the headquarters of the nonprofit organization Works of the Holy Spirit, in San Jose on March 31, 2018, on the eve of country's runoff election. Ezequiel Becerra / AFP
Making time for ice cream in San José. Ezequiel Becerra / AFP
Fabricio Alvarado eats a snack with his daughters and niece at home on March 31, 2018. Ezequiel Becerra / AFP
Ezequiel Becerra / AFP

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