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Topic - Teffaha Abeidi
In Libya, voters will go to the polls Saturday to pick a 200-member General National Congress from 3,707 candidates. In the U.S., Libyan-Americans have been traveling to the Holiday Inn in Arlington since Tuesday to cast ballots at the only U.S. polling place established by a transitional Libyan government — a moment that many of them never dreamed they would witness in their lifetimes.
"My choice was easy. I voted for my husband," she said with a laugh.
"I'm so excited, my legs are still shaking," she said.