To achieve victory on October 30, the incumbent president uses the government machine to his advantage, pumping money to voters who benefit from social programs.
There are less than ten days left until the earliest elections in Brazil’s history, which will be decided against one or the other and are practically tied. Fueled by anti-Lulism and anti-Petism, a portion of the electorate will vote for incumbent President Jair Messias Bolsonaro…
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