Voting has begun again in Iraq. Here are stories I could find at first glance.
Photoblogging from an Iraqi living in Omar. (Hat tip Instapundit.)
Michele Malkin, as usual, has a great list of links covering the story. I won't repeat all the links here, but I found this (somewhat unrelated) post particularly interesting.
Hugh Hewitt links to a list of Iraq polling places open in the U.S.
FoxNews covers the elections with a collection of links boxed on the left-hand side of the front page. The main article is here.
MSNBC doesn't cover the election specifically, but has a picture of President Bush with the headline of "Turning Point, Bush hails Iraq vote, denounces torture." Clicking on the picture leads to this article.
ABC news and CBS news had no mention of the elections.
CNN covers the elections by showing a picture of President Bush with a headline of "Bush: 30,000 Iraqis dead in war." The actual article is less biased than the headline, though. No media bias by CNN. Nope, none at all.