Tensions are high in Turkey as the second round of the presidential election approaches. While the far right only received 5% of the vote in the first round, their support for candidates in the second round could tip the balance. The opposition candidate has been targeting the millions of Syrian refugees in Turkey with a promise to send them all home if he wins. Meanwhile, the far-right candidate Sinan Ogan has announced his support for incumbent Recep Tayyip Erdogan. However, not all of his former allies have followed suit, leaving the outcome of the election uncertain. Political scientists agree that this is uncharted territory, and the extreme right has succeeded in pushing its favorite themes to the forefront of the campaign. The result of this weekend’s vote remains to be seen.