Voters in Argentina are participating in a presidential runoff election that will determine the country’s economic direction. Populist candidate Javier Milei, often compared to former US President Donald Trump, is facing Economy Minister Sergio Massa of the Peronist party. Milei aims to slash the size of the state and rein in inflation, while Massa warns of the negative impacts of such policies. The election is highly polarizing, with voters choosing between what they see as the lesser of two evils. Initial results are expected three hours after polls close.