Vote count shows Slovenia presidency to be decided in runoff


              Centrist independent candidate Natasa Pirc Musar gesturess at the headquarters after presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. The populist opposition politician, former Foreign Minister Anze Logar, led opinion polls heading into the election, but none of the contenders appeared set to win more than half of the ballots. That means a runoff vote likely will be held in three weeks featuring the two best-placed candidates. (AP Photo)
            
              Centrist independent candidate Natasa Pirc Musar arrives at his headquarters after presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. The populist opposition politician, former Foreign Minister Anze Logar, led opinion polls heading into the election, but none of the contenders appeared set to win more than half of the ballots. That means a runoff vote likely will be held in three weeks featuring the two best-placed candidates. (AP Photo)
            
              Centrist independent candidate Natasa Pirc Musar talks to the media at her headquarters after presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. The populist opposition politician, former Foreign Minister Anze Logar, led opinion polls heading into the election, but none of the contenders appeared set to win more than half of the ballots. That means a runoff vote likely will be held in three weeks featuring the two best-placed candidates. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former Foreign Minister and candidate for a president Anze Logar talks to the media after presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. The populist opposition politician, former Foreign Minister Logar, led opinion polls heading into the election, but none of the contenders appeared set to win more than half of the ballots. That means a runoff vote likely will be held in three weeks featuring the two best-placed candidates. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former Roreign Minister and candidate for a president Anze Logar talks to the media after presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. The populist opposition politician, former Foreign Minister Logar, led opinion polls heading into the election, but none of the contenders appeared set to win more than half of the ballots. That means a runoff vote likely will be held in three weeks featuring the two best-placed candidates. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former Foreign Minister and candidate for a president Anze Logar, left, poses with centrist independent candidate Natasa Pirc Musar after the presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Since no one managed to gather more than 50% of the ballots needed for an outright victory, a runoff vote with Logar and Pirc Musar will be held on Nov. 13. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former Foreign Minister and candidate for a president Anze Logar, left, poses with centrist independent candidate Natasa Pirc Musar after the presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Since no one managed to gather more than 50% of the ballots needed for an outright victory, a runoff vote with Logar and Pirc Musar will be held on Nov. 13. (AP Photo)
            
              Centrist independent candidate Natasa Pirc Musar gestures after the presidential election in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. The populist opposition politician, former Foreign Minister Anze Logar, led opinion polls heading into the election, but none of the contenders appeared set to win more than half of the ballots. That means a runoff vote likely will be held in three weeks featuring the two best-placed candidates. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former foreign minister and candidate for president, Anze Logar smiles after voting at a polling station in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Voters in Slovenia on Sunday cast ballots to elect a new president of the European Union nation, with three main contenders leading the race but no clear winner in sight. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former foreign minister and candidate for president, Anze Logar, right, and his partner Anja Rustja wait at a polling station in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Voters in Slovenia on Sunday cast ballots to elect a new president of the European Union nation, with three main contenders leading the race but no clear winner in sight. (AP Photo)
            
              Right-wing former foreign minister and candidate for a president Anze Logar casts his ballot at a polling station in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Voters in Slovenia on Sunday cast ballots to elect a new president of the European Union nation, with three main contenders leading the race but no clear winner in sight. (AP Photo)
            
              A man prepares his ballot for a presidential election at a poling station in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Voters in Slovenia on Sunday cast ballots to elect a new president of the European Union nation, with three main contenders leading the race but no clear winner in sight. (AP Photo)
            
              A woman prepares her ballot for a presidential election at a poling station in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Voters in Slovenia on Sunday cast ballots to elect a new president of the European Union nation, with three main contenders leading the race but no clear winner in sight. (AP Photo)
            
              A woman casts her ballot for a presidential election at a poling station in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Voters in Slovenia on Sunday cast ballots to elect a new president of the European Union nation, with three main contenders leading the race but no clear winner in sight. (AP Photo)
Vote count shows Slovenia presidency to be decided in runoff