Argentina is heading to the polls in the midst of a severe Economic Crisis, with a far-right libertarian candidate, economist Javier Milei, in the lead. The election is expected to have significant effects on Argentina's markets and trade relationships. Other front-runner candidates include centrist Peronist Economy Minister Sergio Massa and conservative Patricia Bullrich. Milei has gained support with his promise to overhaul the economy, while Massa aims to cut the fiscal deficit and defend social welfare programs. Bullrich's popularity has been overshadowed by Milei's emergence. The election is likely to result in a second round run-off.