Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be going to his nation for a third term on June 12. While Turkey went on a massive overhaul in the past two governments under Mr. Erdogan, this would be third time he would be seeking reelection to continue his policies that has provided Turkey a platform of unprecedented economic growth with greater regional influence. It is widely expected that Mr. Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) would easily take 300 out of 550 seats in the election. With only three parties expected to make their way to the assembly there are total 15 parties in the race. AKP is in power since 2002 and has been source of revolutionary changes in a normally static Turkish politics.