Bolivians have cast their votes in presidential elections, which is seen as a straight fight between the two main candidates.
The left-wing indigenous front-runner, Evo Morales, has vowed to legalise the growing of coca, the raw material for cocaine, describing himself as the "nightmare" for the US.
His main rival, is Jorge Quiroga, a former president who has an image of a free-marketeer.
Long queues have been reported at some polling station across the country - South America's poorest.
Some voters have put up a colourful display on the day when they were also electing lawmakers and regional governors.
...while some had to walk for miles to cast their ballots.