VIDEO: After the Elections, Haitian Americans Watch and Worry

In the aftermath of the Haitian elections, the suspense is not only about who will win but also about whether the results will help the country out of its tragic situation. Reporter Josée Valcourt spoke to some prominent Haitian Americans in New York for this multimedia report.

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Mathieu Eugene, New York City Council member

Haiti's presidential elections are likely to result in a runoff; but even after a clear winner is determined, many Haitian Americans worry that the country's problems are too great to be solved by any single individual. In a report that includes still photographs and sound, reporter Josée Valcourt spoke to a number of Haitian Americans in New York about their hopes and fears.

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