People walk past under a campaign poster with a photograph of Popular Party leader and current Prime Minister of Spain Mariano Rajoy and with a slogan in Spanish: "Spain: Seriously", in Madrid, Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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Voters in Spain were casting their ballots Sunday in what is expected to be one of the most closely-fought contests in modern history as two dynamic new parties take on the country's long-established giants.Voting began at 9:00 a.m. and will continue until 8 p.m., with official results expected some two hours later.Polls predict that Rajoy's ruling Popular Party (PP) will win the largest share of the vote but without the absolute majority it needs, which will force it to form an uneasy alliance with another political grouping or rule as a minority government.With one in four voters still undecided, the outcome of Sunday's elections remains a mystery.Whatever the outcome, though, the run-up to elections has generated hope.
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