SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's ruling GERB party candidate, Rosen Plevneliev, is set to win a presidential election run-off on Sunday with about 55 percent support, two exit polls showed.
An Alpha Research poll showed Plevneliev winning 54.8 percent of votes compared with 45.2 percent for the opposition Socialist candidate Ivailo Kalfin.
A second poll by Gallup International put Plevneliev on 55.3 percent and Kalfin on 44.7 percent.
(Reporting by the Sofia bureau)
Michelle Malkin - Joe Biden's Yuck Factor
CNN: Aide's Fifth Amendment declaration sure makes the Hillary server fiasco look criminal, huh?
The Koran’s Contents—Not Carbon Dating—Cast More Doubt on Islam’s Origins | Human Events
'Gut wrenching': Deputy Goforth's son wears superhero shirt to funeral he planned to wear with his dad
An Unserious Candidate for an Unserious Country | RedState
Concealed Carrier Shoots Armed Robber In Detroit... Again. Still. - Bearing Arms - Detroit, Guns Saving Lives, Michigan
Daniel J. Mitchell - Redistribution Is Morally Dubious, Economically Harmful, and It Doesn’t Work