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Polls Suggest Runoff in Argentine Presidential Election

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Polls Suggest Runoff in Argentine Presidential Election

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Polls Suggest Runoff in Argentine Presidential Election

Polls Suggest Runoff in Argentine Presidential Election

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Initial exit polls show that Argentina's presidential election has produced no winner and that former President Carlos Menem and rival Nestor Kirchner will head into a runoff election in May. Sunday's elections took place as Argentines continue to struggle in the aftermath of the collapse of their economy more than a year ago. Hear NPR's Martin Kaste.

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