A man casts his ballot in first round of Slovakia's presidential elections on 21 March 2009 in a polling station in a classroom of the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia.

A woman casts her vote in first round of Slovakia's presidential elections at a polling station in a classroom of the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 21 March 2009. Seven candidates, including current Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic take part in the election. EPA/PETER HUDEC

A couple votes in the first round of Slovakia's presidential elections on 21 March 2009 in a polling station in a classroom of the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia.

Spokesman of Slovak President Marek Trubac casts his ballot in the first round of Slovakia's presidential elections on 21 March 2009 in a polling station in a classroom of the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia.

Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic steps out of from behind the curtain in the first round of Slovakia's presidential elections on 21 March 2009 in a polling station in a classroom of the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia.

Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic votes in the first round of Slovakia's presidential elections on 21 March 2009 in a polling station in a classroom of the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia.

Let's joke a little with the election comission before casting the ballot.

Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic (R) and his wife Silvia Gasparovicova (2ndL) accompanied by their grandsons Gregor (L) and Adam (2ndR) cast their votes in the first round of Slovakia's presidential elections at the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia, 21 March 2009. Gasparovic is considered as the potentional winner out of seven candidates who take part in the elections. EPA/Peter Hudec

Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic (R) answers journalists' questions after he voted in first round of Slovakia's presidential elections at the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava Slovakia, 21 March 2009. Gasparovic is considered as the potentional winner out of seven candidates who take part in the elections. EPA/Peter Hudec

Presidential candidates Iveta Radicova (L) and current Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic (R) are seen prior to their TV debate on Slovak Public Television in Bratislava, Slovakia, 31 March 2009. Iveta Radicova with 38,05 percent of votes and Ivan Gasparovic with 46,71 percent are the two candidates who succeeded to get to the second round of Slovakia's Presidential Election, which is scheduled on 04 April 2009. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Some campaign pictures...

A pedestrian is passing by a poster of Presidential candidate Iveta Radicova on 2. April 2009 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Iveta Radicova with 38,05 percent of votes and current Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic with 46,71 percent are the two candidates who succeeded to get to the second round of Slovakia's Presidential Election, which is scheduled on 04 April 2009. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Slovak presidential candidate Iveta Radicova (R) with her partner Jan Riapos (L) vote in the second round of Slovak presidential elections in a polling station at the Elementary School in Nova Dedinka, Slovakia, 04 April 2009. Slovaks started to cast their ballots on April 04 in the presidential runoff election that pits incumbent Ivan Gasparovic against opposition rival Radicova. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Slovak presidential candidate and incumbent Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic (R) with his wife Silvia Radicova (Second from right) accompanied by their grandsons Adam (L) and Gregor (2-L) cast their votes during the second round of Slovak presidential elections in a polling station at the Elementary School Jelacicova in Bratislava, Slovakia, 04 April 2009. Slovaks started to cast their ballots on April 04 in the presidential runoff election that pits incumbent Ivan Gasparovic against opposition rival Radicova. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Iveta Radicova reacts after annoucment of the first results.

Defeated presidential candidate Iveta Radicova reacts after annoucment of the first results 5 April 2009 Bratislava, Slovakia.