Argentina Elections: Leftist Candidate Sergio Massa Unexpectedly Wins First Round in Over Wildly Popular Javier Milei – Run-Off Scheduled Nov. 19

What a joke.
The leftist government’s candidate and failed Economy Minister Sergio Massa “unexpectedly” won the first round of voting in Argentina on Sunday.

The two top candidates will hold a runoff election.

Wildly popular Libertarian candidate Javier Milei was expected to win on Sunday but it was not to be.

Milei was MOBBED by crowds as he cast his vote earlier in the day.

Catturd weighed in on the unexpected results.

Milei and Massa are heading to a run-off on November 19th.

Milei lost votes to a conservative candidate in the race.

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