It came down to Daniel Scioli who represents the same party as the current Argentine president, Cristina Kirchner and Mauricio Macri who represents a completely different ideology. The people spoke and Scioli lost. However, Cristina Kirchner has mentioned that she would run for president in 2019. If she succeeds, this would be her 3rd term, which is a concept I found ironic since in the States a president can only serve a maximum of two terms.
I'm not going to get into the political stuff of who is better or who is worse because I honestly don't know. I do know that when Macri takes office on December 10th, things will change. Whether it's for the best or the worst remains to be seen. While some of his agendas seem promising, such as allowing import and export to once again flow freely in Argentina, research suggests that he was involved in the financial crisis that struck Argentina in 2001-2002. So … am I little worried? Hell yeah.
Allegations of voting fraud (like the Gore/Bush voting scandal) were made but a recount of the voting ballots on November 30th determined that Macri was indeed the winner.