Thony Belizaire, AFP / Getty ImagesHaiti ElectionsGripped by a cholera outbreak, ongoing earthquake fallout, and violent election rallies, Haitians will head to the polls to choose a new president on Sunday. See campaign photos.11.27.10 8:31 AM ETThony Belizaire, AFP / Getty ImagesThony Belizaire, AFP / Getty ImagesSupporters of presidential candidate Jude Celestin gather for a rally on November 25 in Port-au-Prince.Thony Belizaire, AFP / Getty ImagesHaitian students demonstrate on November 24 in Port-au-Prince against Haitian President Rene Preval and the U.N. mission in Haiti. They burned posters of the ruling party candidate Jude Celestin during the rally. Andres Martinez / LandovPresidential candidate Mirlande Manigat arrives to her campaign finale ceremony in Carrefour, Port Au Prince, Haiti on November 26.Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesHaitian presidential candidate Michel Martelly, also known as "Sweet Micky," waves to his supporters during a campaign rally on November 25 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesSupporters of Haitian presidential candidate Jude Celestin wear T-shirts with his picture on them before his campaign rally on November 18 in St. Marc, Haiti. Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesPeople stand in line waiting to get their federal identification cards which they need to vote in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on November 22. Guillermo Arias / AP PhotoSupporters of presidential candidate Mirlande Manigat blow horns during a campaign rally in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on November 26. Ramon Espinosa / AP PhotoA worker at Haiti's National Identification Office looks for a citizen's identity card in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on November 26.Kena Betancur / ReutersHaitian volunteers set up tents to place electoral materials in an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp, set up for victims of January's earthquake, in Port-au-Prince November 27. Keith Bedford / ReutersSupporters of Haitian presidential candidate Michel Martelly take part in a rally at the national palace in Port-au-Prince November 25.Kena Betancur / ReutersHaitians wait in line to get their identity cards in Port-au-Prince November 23. Emilio Morenatti / AP PhotoResidents hang up campaign posters of Haitian presidential candidates before the elections in Grande Riu Du Nord, Haiti on November 26.Ramon Espinosa / AP PhotoHaiti's presidential candidate Yves Cristalin, center, shakes hands with supporters at a refugee camp during a campaign rally in Port-au-Prince on November 23. Emilio Morenatti / AP PhotoPeople cheer at a campaign rally for presidential candidate Jude Celestin in Cap Haitien, Haiti on November 24.