BATTLE FOR BANGKOK
With voters heading to the polls tomorrow to elect a new city governor, a close race is all but guaranteed with the Pheu Thai Party and its arch-rival the Democrats both confident of victory.
Pheu Thai candidate Pongsapat Pongcharoen is flanked by market vendors while campaigning for votes at Ban Mo community and areas around Wat Rajabopit before paying respect to the Chao Phor Sua Shrine Friday morning. (Photo by Apichart Jinakul)
Despite opinion polls putting Pheu Thai candidate Pol Gen Pongsapat Pongcharoen ahead, there is still no clear favourite to secure the city's top job.
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