Bulgarians are being called to the ballot box on 14 and 21 November to elect their President of the Republic. Incumbent President Rumen Radev, who is running on a ticket with his vice-president, Iliana Iotova, is the favourite but will have difficulty winning in the first round. November 14 is also the third legislative election of the year, after elections in April and July failed to produce a governing majority. The GERB party of former Prime Minister Boïko Borissov is expected to come out on top. The campaign is marked by the emergence of a new movement, Pursue Change.