Egypt Holds First Presidential Elections

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Egypt Holds First Presidential Elections

Fifteen months after Egyptian ruler Hosni Mubarak was deposed, Egyptians voted in their first-ever free presidential elections. What do you think?

  • "I just hope they elect to be happy; that's the most important thing of all."

    Isabel Swicker
  • "I fail to see how this will improve matters if they just turn around and vote in another Egyptian."

    Eric McNish
    Malt Loader
  • "Live it up, Egypt. We've been voting for 235 years, and trust me, it never gets old."

    Drew Trotter
    Systems Analyst