Polls Suggest Runoff in Argentine Presidential Election

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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