On Wednesday, October 5, 1988, Chileans voted in a plebiscite that would change the history of their country. The YES vote meant the continuity of Pinochet and the NO vote meant holding democratic elections the following year. From September 5 to October 1, 1988, each option had 15 minutes every night on national television to present their respective campaigns to the public. On October 5, 55% of the population voted NO. This digital archive explores how Chileans from different political perspectives and in different parts of the country lived through that day.