Peronism could reach a majority in both chambers by negotiating with a few minority parties
After a week in which the President blamed the opposition for the economic crisis, the candidates finally spoke on the phone
The Frente de Todos candidate, his political allies, courts and markets are already acting as if the presidential race has a winner
What will this week's primaries anticipate about the winners? Macri, Fernández, Vidal and Kicillof fight for the biggest two jobs
Although the country's largest province is an historic stronghold, defeats in 2015 and 2017 put that dominance into question
How much can Macri trail by after August 11 while still remaining the favorite? And how could the different scenarios play out in the markets?
The Fernández-Fernández ticket is accusing the government of populism and Venezuela-like economic problems. But will the strategy be believable?
Ruling coalition expected to move from 25 to 31 seats, putting it close to controlling the chamber in case of re-election
Investors, business leaders and IMF bet on raising retirement age and making hiring and firing easier after the end of the electoral cycle
An average of the latest numbers from 18 different pollsters shows Macri less than 4 points below Fernández