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This ends a roller coaster campaign ride cialis dosage for Mockus. In mid-May the environmental world grew excited as he was thought to be cialis male enhancement the first green candidate with a legitimate chance to win a presidential election. Polls suggested that he had skyrocketed into serious contention during mid-May, running hard on a pledge to clean cialis 20mg tablets prices up government corruption and create jobs.
In the end, the polls seem to have reflected
sentiment more than voters' actual behavior. After the 1st round of voting Santos nearly won the election outright (he received 46.6% of the vote). Mockus's base of support was much weaker than polls indicated, and the air in his campaign viagra price deflated prior to today's run-off.
Santos will be inaugurated as Colombia's new president on August 7th, and is expected to continue the policies of his predecesor, Alvaro Uribe.
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