'Chocolate King' Expected to Win Ukraine’s Presidential Election

Alex Marquardt shares an inside look at the voting process inside the Eastern European country.
1:11 | 05/25/14

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This is one of the many polling stations near the Ukrainian capital Kiev -- -- -- a lot of enthusiasm for this vote. Long lines voters actually taking quite a bit of time but the process all of them -- today's ruling not just the presidential election but also a local election. So after the voters get their long ballots that come over here -- the voting area agency didn't hear all decked out the colors Ukrainian flags. Voters expecting the long list of local and presidential candidates. And up here on this wall. Are the photos the -- graphical information. -- you platforms of the various presidential candidate over here is the man widely expected to win. His name is true of course and got his nickname is the chocolate -- because of the confectionery empire that he runs. Big question today is whether he wins outright in this election by taking more than 50% of the vote today. Or whether there will be a second round runoff next month. Whoever wins first priority will be to -- end the violence in the eastern part of the country and try to stabilize Ukraine Alex Marquardt ABC news --

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