Early results show Argentina's Fernandez behind in Senate primary

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August 14, 2017 04:35
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BUENOS AIRES - Argentine President Mauricio Macri's preferred candidate was leading former President Cristina Fernandez in Sunday's primary election for a key Senate seat, preliminary official results showed.

With 10.46 percent of polling stations counted for the Senate race in Buenos Aires province, home to nearly 40 percent of the country's electorate, former Education Minister Esteban Bullrich had 37.01 percent of the vote, compared with 31.38 percent for Fernandez.

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