ISF, medical workers vote in Salah ad-Din province special elections

By Staff Sgt. Tim Meyer (3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Infantry DivisionJanuary 29, 2009

Ali Abed, an Iraqi Policeman, proudly shows his blackened finger after voting during the Salah ad-Din special elections. Salah ad-Din province held a special needs voting day for Iraqi Police, Iraqi Army, and medical workers so that they are available to work during the elections Jan. 31. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tim Meyer, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Infantry Division.)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Ali Abed, an Iraqi Policeman, proudly shows his blackened finger after voting during the Salah ad-Din special elections. Salah ad-Din province held a special needs voting day for Iraqi Police, Iraqi Army, and medical workers so that they are available to work during the elections Jan. 31. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tim Meyer, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Infantry Division.) (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Tim Meyer (3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Infantry Division) VIEW ORIGINAL