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As Venezuelans await the official results of the OPEC country's presidential election, between Chavista Nicolas Maduro and opponent Henrique Capriles Radonski, rumors mount of Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. Since the results are already taking longer than the ones from the October 2012 election (when the official results were unveiled around 10:30 p.m. [EDT]), supporters of both Capriles and Maduro remain optimistic that their candidates will be victorious. However, both Comandos (campaigns) continue to wait for the official results from the CNE.