With the country still in mourning over the death of Hugo Chavez, election season has begun again in Venezuela.
Vice President Nicolas Maduro is not only running to be Chavez's replacement, he's also starting to dress and talk like his predecessor and mentor.
Meanwhile, the opposition has chosen Henrique Capriles to take on Maduro in the April 14th presidential election.
Capriles, who is governor of Venezuela's Miranda state, lost to an ailing Chavez in October, so how might things be different this time around?
El Nuevo Herald reporter Antonio Delgado has the latest. Listen above.