He was killed in a fight outside a polling station midday Wednesday in the first incident to mar Egypt’s first presidential election after Hosni Mubarak. Fifty million voters are eligible to vote in the first round. None of the three frontrunners of the 13 contenders is expected to gain the 50 percent needed for victory. They are former foreign minister and Arab League chief Amr Mussa; Ahmed Shafiq, the last premier to serve under Mubarak; the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi and independent Islamist Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh. A run-off ballot has been set for June 16.