April 14 - Chavez's protege leads in polls ahead of Sunday's presidential election in Venezuela. Julie Noce reports.
Security is stepped up in the Venezuelan capital Caracas ahead of a presidential election set for Sunday. Both candidates spent Saturday rallying supporters... and both promised to accept the election results. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles said he hopes the electoral monitoring committees are impartial. Whatever the people decide, he said, is sacred. Meanwhile, interim president, Nicolas Maduro told a crowd that he will respect and defend whatever the people decide. Maduro was appointed to replace Hugo Chavez shortly before his death and is currently ahead in the polls.