It looks like a runoff for Guatemala.
Presidential elections were held Sunday in Guatemala after a campaign in which candidates vowed to protect their citizens from the high rate of gang and drug violence.
Otto Perez Molina, a retired army general, leads in the polls with 37 percent. To win outright, he would have had to win a majority of the votes.
The runoff will be held Nov. 6. He’ll face Manuel Baldizon, who won 23 percent of the vote. (There is no incumbent — Guatemalan law allows presidents to serve a single, four-year term.)