Armenians stand in line for ballots before voting at a polling station Monday in Echmiadzin, 12 miles west of Yerevan, the capital. Armenians voted for a new president, choosing between a nationalist and an ex-Soviet leader who both promise to end years of economic stagnation. For many voters, the choice in Monday's runoff was not about what the candidates plan to do. Instead, Armenians were trying to decide which candidate was most likely to deliver on promises.