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Latest Iran Election Info: 80% Turn Out Moderate Rowhani Leading With 50%

Iran’s Presidential Election officially ended late Saturday. An 80% turn out is estimated. Vote counting still continuing. Stay Updated Here With Live Iranian Election Coverage! According ... Continue Reading →
Saeed Jalili Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

What Did The Iranian Presidential Candidates Said After Casting Their Votes?

 Saeed Jalili: “Everybody must respect whoever the people elect…I ask all the people and supporters of candidates to help create the political epic.” Mohsen ... Continue Reading →
Presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

In Photos: Iran’s Presidential Candidates Casting Their Votes

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Iranians Go To Polls As Leader Khamenei Urged High Turn Out

Iranians are going to the polls to elect their president. Almost 60,000 polling stations opened throughout Iran at 8:00, local time.   More than 200 foreign reporters from 40 countries ... Continue Reading →
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Iran’s Presidential Election: Live Stream

The Presidential Election has finished with Hassan Rowhani elected as Iran’s new president. Read detailed report here. [livestream credit=0] Continue Reading →
Three members of the Coalition of 2+1. From left: Ali Akbar Velayati, Gholam Ali Hadad-Adel, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf.(photo credit: Fars)

Iran Election: Guardian Council Briefed Candidates While Adel Quits the Race

Representatives of the 8 Iran’s presidential candidates attended a meeting with the Election Monitoring Committee hosted by the Guardian Council’s spokesman, Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei ... Continue Reading →
File photo shows people casting their votes in Iran’s 10th presidential election, June 2009.

Iran’s Election: Poll Results Suggest a 50% turnout and A Run Off Voting

An analysis based on the results of three surveys conducted by three reliable Iranian polling centers shows that none of Iran’s presidential candidates would ... Continue Reading →