Brazil election: What to expect from October’s presidential poll

Brazil election: What to expect from October’s

Brazil election: What to expect from October’s presidential poll. Record 13 candidates, including jailed Lula and ‘Brazil’s Trump’ Bolsonaro, are due to register for October 7 poll.

Brazil election: What to expect from October’s

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Aug 18, 2018 · With less than two months to go, campaigning has officially started for Brazil’s presidential elections. Thirteen candidates have put their names forward.

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Brazil election: What to expect from October’s

Sao Paulo, Brazil – Election season has officially started in Brazil and a record 13 candidates are due to register for October’s presidential poll. They will face a tough task: trying to win over a polarised electorate, rocked in recent years by mammoth corruption scandals, a …

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Brazilian general election, 2018 – Wikipedia

On 7 October 2018, Rio de Janeiro congressman Jair Bolsonaro came first in the first round of the presidential election. A run-off between him and former São Paulo mayor Fernando Haddad [3] was held on 28 October 2018.

Turnout: 79.67% (first round)

Stabbed Brazil candidate transferred to Sao Paulo for

It was the first public opinion poll since former president and popular leftist, Luiz Inacio «Lula» da Silva, was barred from running by Brazil’s electoral court on September 1.

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Why Jair Bolsonaro Is Leading Brazil’s Presidential Polls

Jul 12, 2018 · With Brazil’s former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Lula) now in jail for corruption and money laundering, the right-wing nationalist Jair Bolsonaro is leading the polls for the country’s presidential election in October.

Poll shows Bolsonaro in lead before Brazil’s Sunday

Poll shows Bolsonaro in lead before Brazil’s Sunday presidential vote 3 Min Read Presidential candidates pose ahead of a televised debate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 4, 2018.