RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In exactly one month, on Sunday October 27th, both Argentines and Uruguayans will be voting to choose their presidents and vice presidents, senators and deputies. In Argentina, they also vote to choose governors.
In Argentina, the dispute is between incumbent President Mauricio Macri, representing the 'Juntos por el Cambio' coalition, and Alberto Fernández, of the 'Frente de Todos' coalition, whose candidate for vice president is Senator Cristina Kirchner. Roberto Lavagna, a former finance minister, is a third presidential candidate for the 'Consenso Federal' coalition.
In August, in the country's primary elections, which serve as . . .