Elections took place normally
The country turns to the polls to elect the next senators and representatives that will shape the new Congress from December , when the winners take office and oath.
The civic day is developed normally, while millions of Argentines are heading to their respective polling stations.
The vote of the candidates began with Ricardo Alfonsín from Progressive Civic and Social Front party, who casted his vote in Chascomús, just after 8am . Then Juan Cabandié candidate in the City of Buenos Aires by Front for Victory party; Francisco De Narváez , candidate of the Party for Freedom and States Work did the same and then did it candidate Elisa Carrio as well as Martin Insaurralde candidate in the province of Buenos Aires for the FPV.
Other political figures who also voted during the morning were: Chaco Governor Jorge Capitanich Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri and near 10.30 did it the vice president in charge of the presidency Amado Boudou.
The elections for congressmen define 127 seats (half of the Lower House) in the country and 24 senators (one third of the Senate) in eight districts : the city of Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, Neuquén, Río Negro, Salta, Santiago del Estero, Chaco and Tierra del Fuego.