Egypt elections: Counting begins in some polling stations
"Counting has begun at some polling stations after two days of voting in Egypt's first free elections.
Only a small fraction of results from individual polling stations have been announced so far.
At a news briefing, the Muslim Brotherhood claimed that its candidate, Mohammed Mursi, was leading, based on the party's own estimates......................."
My guess - still - Mursi gets the most votes but has to go to a run off with somebody else. In the run off Mursi walks away with it.
Welcome to the new world.
A story on the Voting
"Egypt fizzing with rumours after landmark poll"
"Even before the polls had closed at the end of the second day of the first round of the presidential elections, Egypt was fizzing with rumours about who had won and who had lost.
When we told election officials at one provincial polling station we visited that we had heard that the two Islamist candidates were neck-and-neck miles ahead of the rest of the field, they immediately countered with another rumour......."
Gotta' love rumors.