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Poles Vote for President; Incumbent Expected to Win 2nd Term

The Poles voted Sunday for president in nationwide balloting that is expected to see incumbent, Bronislaw Komorowski, re-elected, but not in the first round of balloting. Ten other candidates are running in the election, but none are likely to receive the more than 50 percent of the vote needed to avoid a May 24 runoff. Some 40 percent of Poles support Komorowski, a center-right candidate, according to recent surveys that indicate he will most probably face Andrzej Duda, of the...

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