A right-wing candidate for president of Chile got more votes than the nominee of the ruling left-wing coalition Sunday. But the conservative billionaire didn't get a majority, so a runoff will be held in January. If the conservative candidate wins, it could end 19 years of rule by a left-of-center coalition that gave Chile prosperity and democracy following a brutal dictatorship.
Conservative Favored In Chile's Presidential Runoff
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