Man in Tehran tells me he will not vote: "When did my vote matter? [Authorities] have already decided who will be the president." #Iran— Golnaz Esfandiari (@GEsfandiari) June 14, 2013
"I chose one of the presidential candidates. I have not told anyone [whom I voted for], even those closest to me. My family, my children, are not aware yet whom I’ve voted for."
"I recently heard that someone from America’s National Security Council said, ‘We don’t accept this election in Iran.' Well, to hell with you if you don’t accept it."
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"I went and cast my vote like the reformists called on us to do. I have many reformist friends. We’ve been talking to each other in recent days and decided to go and vote.”
“I live in a small neighborhood, so there were no big lines of voters, but it is still middle of the day. [Turnout] was reasonably good.”
“From what I heard, Mr. [Hassan] Rohani’s candidacy has been attracting attention. Especially because of the third televised debate between the candidates, more people got to know him. Reformists and those who are close to those circles know him. They know [whom the are voting for], but many others did not know [Rohani]. I think the third debate left an impact.”