© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Xiomara Castro, presidential candidate for the opposition Libre Party, speaks during the closing rally of her electoral campaign in San Pedro Sula, Honduras November 20, 2021. REUTERS/Yoseph Amaya/File Photo
By David Alire Garcia and Gustavo Palencia
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) – Hondurans headed to the polls on Sunday to pick a new president, with leftist candidate Xiomara Castro hoping to oust the right-wing National Party, whose 12-year rule has been beset by graft scandals, chronic unemployment and waves of fleeing migrants.
If she wins, Castro would become the country’s first woman president and would mark the