He Lost Turkey’s Presidential Election, but Could Swing the Runoff

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ANKARA — As Sinan Ogan tells it, he has suddenly become the most sought-after man in Turkey.

The hard-right nationalist and third-place finisher in presidential elections last weekend, Mr. Ogan told The New York Times that he has been fielding calls all week, from cabinet members to opposition leaders and even the office of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. They all want the same thing — help wooing his critical swing voters one way or the other in the May 28 runoff between the two…

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