Brotherhood claims lead as Egypt vote count begins
CAIRO (AP) – The Muslim Brotherhood says its candidate is leading in Egypt's presidential election, citing the group's exit polls, as official counting begins after two days of voting.
Poll workers began counting after stations closed at 9 p.m. Thursday. Official results are due Tuesday.
None of the 13 candidates is expected to garner the more than 50 percent needed to win outright. So, a runoff round between the two top vote-getters will be held on June 16-17.
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