The Guardian: Iran election: frantic campaigning as high-stakes vote goes down to wire
Iranians will go to the polls on Friday with the economy, diplomacy and inequality on their minds. They may also be laying the groundwork for who succeeds Ayatollah Khamenei as supreme leader
As Tehran’s notorious traffic slowed, the waiting campaigners pounced, pushing posters with the smiling face of Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, through the open windows of trapped cars, pleading for votes and shouting slogans as drivers edged away.
They were determined to make every minute count in the last days of a campaign in which Rouhani began as favourite, but has ended locked in a bitter and close-run fight with a conservative rival.
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WNU Editor: It's hard to predict on what will happen in tomorrow's vote, but a lot of media sources are saying there is going to be a change .... Iran Election Polls Show President Hassan Rouhani in Trouble Before Friday Vote (Newsweek).
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