Center-left candidate wins Costa Rica presidential election

MEXICO CITY - Costa Rica's center-left presidential hopeful Carlos Alvarado Quesada took an insurmountable lead in a Sunday presidential runoff, winning 61 percent of the vote in a race that exposed deep divisions in the country over religion.
Costa Rica's electoral council announced the preliminary result with 91 percent of polling stations counted.
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