Polls have opened in Iran where Iranians are standing in lines to choose between incumbent President Hassan Rohani who has promised engagement with the West and more freedom, and hard-line cleric Ebrahim Raisi who has called for self-sufficiency to improve the economy.
In some neighborhoods in Tehran, people are standing in long lines to cast their ballot. A man in Golhak told us he waited for about two hours to vote.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei cast his vote in Tehran shortly after polls opened at 8 a.m. local time.
Iran's former reformist President Mohammad Khatami voted in Jamaran. He has endorsed President Hassan Rohani.